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Göteborg Film Festival Works in projects and Discovery lineup announced

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13 Nordic works in progress will be presented at this year's online edition of Nordic Film Market, taking place February 4 – February 7, 2021.


As the leading marketplace in the region, the Nordic Film Market comprises a curated programme of new and upcoming Nordic films and talents.

The Nordic Film Market programme will be presented at the festival’s digital industry platform available to the market delegates. The Works in progress and Discovery projects will be presented in dynamic broadcasted sessions on February 5. The presentations will also be available to watch afterwards. Exclusive one-on-one meetings between the projects and market delegates will be followed after the presentations, by invitation only.

The selected works in progress at the 23rd edition of Nordic Film Market are:

Clara Sola (Sweden) directed by Nathalie Álvarez Mesén, produced by Nima Yousefi, Hob Ab.

Cop Secret (Iceland) directed by Hannes Thór Halldórsson, produced by Lilja Ósk Snorradóttir, Pegasus.

Golden Land (Finland) directed by Inka Achté, produced by Liisa Karpo, Napa Films.

Margrete – Queen of the North (Denmark) directed by Charlotte Sieling, produced by Birgitte Skov and Lars Bredo Rahbek, SF Studios.

Nothing to laugh about (Norway) directed by Peter Næss, produced by Gudny Hummelvoll and Eleonore Anselm, Hummelfilm, and Rikke Ennis, REinvent.

Speak No Evil (Denmark) directed by Christian Tafdrup, produced by Jacob Jarek, Profile Pictures.

The Emigrants (Sweden) directed by Erik Poppe, produced by Fredrik Wickström Nicastro, SF Studios.

The Night of The Dead (Denmark), directed by Tea Lindenburg, produced by Lise Stender and Jesper Morthorst, Motor.

The Pact (Denmark) directed by Bille August, produced by Karin Trolle and Jesper Morthorst, SF Studios.

The School Master Games (Sweden) directed by Ylva Forner, produced by Sofia Ferguson, Northern Fable.

The Venus Effect (Denmark) directed by Anna Emma Haudal, produced by Lise Stender and Rikke Lassen, Motor.

Wolka (Iceland), directed by Árni Ólafur Ásgeirsson, produced by Hilmar Sigurdsson and Beggi Jónsson, Saga Film.

Yellow Sulfur Sky (Finland) directed by Claes Olsson, produced by Jukka Helle and Hanna Virolainen, Solar Films.

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Discovery - films in development

8 films in development will be presented at this year's Discovery, February 5.



Discovery is Göteborg Film Festival’s platform for promoting new Nordic film projects in development. Discovery provides an opportunity for the international and Scandinavian film industry to discover and get in touch with new Nordic talents and film projects in an early stage.

The selected films in development at Discovery 2021 are:

Árru (Norway) directed by Elle Sofe Sara, produced by Elisa Fernanda Pirir, Mer Film.

Baby Pyramid (Denmark) directed by Cecilie McNair, produced by René Ezra and Matilda Appelin, Nordisk Film.

Family Time (Finland) by Tia Kouvo, produced by Jussi Rantamäki and Emilia Haukka, Aamu Film Company.

Hypnosis (Sweden) directed by Ernst de Geer, produced by Mimmi Spång, Garagefilm International.

One Day, This Will All Be Yours (Sweden) directed by Andreas Öhman, produced Eliza Jones and Markus Waltå, Grand Slam, and Gila Ulfung, Breidablick Film.

Stranger (Denmark) directed by Mads Hedegaard, produced by Andreas Hjortdal, Motor.

The Swedish-Finn (Sweden), directed by Johanna Pyykkö, produced by Frida Mårtensson, Jerry Carlsson and Anette Sidor, Verket.

Twilight of the Gods (Sweden) directed by Morgane Dziurla-Petit, produced by Fredrik Lange, Vilda Bomben.

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