The Norwegian Short Film Festival
The Norwegian Short Film Festival presents Norwegian and International shorts and short documentaries in competition, video experiments, retrospectives and unique film historical material of interest. The festival is an important arena for the up and coming filmmakers, and for the established industry it’s one of the most important venues for screening of free – and independent film.
12.06.2019 ⟶ 16.06.2019
The winner of the Golden Chair for Best Norwegian Short Film is awarded 50 000 NOK presented by the Norwegian Film Institute.
The winner of the Golden Chair for Best International Short Film is awarded 50 000 NOK.
The Aust-Agder County’s Youth Award is presented by a student jury from the Dahlske Upper Secondary School in Grimstad. The Award is given to a film in the International Short Film Programme. The award is 5 000 NOK.
The winner of the Golden Chair for Best Short Documentary (mixed national and international) is awarded 50 000 NOK.
The Terje Vigen Award consists of a bronze statuette made by artist Harald Oredam and 10 000 NOK and is presented by the Municipality of Grimstad to a Norwegian short film.
The award for Best Music Video consists of 25 000 NOK and is presented by HQartist, a collaboration tool for the live music industry.
The Hourglass Award comprises 15 000 NOK and is presented by the Writer’s Guild of Norway to the creators of the best short fiction script in the Norwegian short film competition.
Grimstad Kino og Kulturhus,
4876 Grimstad, Norway
0152 Oslo, Norway
Entry fee: 100 NOK – 250 NOK
(Programmer and Festival Coordinator)
Ødegård has been working with the festival for the last five years and has a masters degree in Film Studies from the University of Trondheim.