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MATIAS AND MATHIAS ARE THE DIRECTORIAL DUO BEHIND THIS NEW COMMERCIAL FOR MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER, ALL SCORED WITH MUSIC FROM THE NORWEGIAN BAND HIGHASAKITE.

Produced by Anja Kristiansen and 4 1/2 Reklame. Offline editing by Jens Christian Fodstad. Postproduced by Jon Anders Klausen and Hocus Focus: online and grading by Haavard Albertsen, sound editing by Erik Ljunggren.

COMING UP: TWO BRAND NEW FILMS FROM TANGRYSTAN FOR FJORDLAND IN A CAMPAIGN THAT CANNOT BE CALLED MODEST IN ANY SENSE OF THE WORD. THE BUTTER BREMYKT IS THE PRODUCT IN FOCUS.

We learn that by simply using the 100% natural Bremykt for cooking and baking, you become a runner up for President in the United States of America. Or you might win awards and get so popular that no less than a statue is sculptured of you for the ever after. It might be hard to draw the lines here, if you not yet have had the pleasure of watching the films on your television screens. However, director Adam Bonke, producer Kristian Hajdu and the rest of the team from Tangrystan make it perfectly logical and as natural as the butter itself. These over-the-top and very funny commercials are post-produced by Lene Albertsen, Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, online and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen. Sound design by Erik Ljunggren.

FEELING HUNGRY? FJORDLAND HAS RELEASED A NEW SERIES OF DISHES, AND IT IS AS SIMPLE AS IT ALWAYS HAS BEEN: JUST HEAT THE MEAL IN THE OVEN FOR 15 MINUTES, THEN EAT IT. ALL WHILE READING A GOOD BOOK, PREFERABLY ONE BY ROY JACOBSEN.

Directed by Christian Holm-Glad. Produced by Ola Narum Berg and Bacon osl. Post-produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, online by Mathias Theissen, and sound design by Erik Ljunggren.

EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED. IT MIGHT SEEM LIKE A PHILOSOPHICAL STATEMENT. HOWEVER IT IS THE SLOGAN AND PUNSHLINE IN THE LATEST COMMERCIAL FILM FROM EIDSIVA.

We are talking about electric power and a very cool and professional way of telling us about all the obstacles the electric flow must overcome to find its way to Mikkel's toaster. It includes fallen trees, many miles and many people - giving orders and taking orders. All is good as long as we keep Mikkel and his buddy happy. Eidsiva is owned by Hedmark and Oppland county municipalities and twenty-six counties in both municipalities. The company develops inland energy resources, offers products and services to its inhabitants, as well as contributing to general growth and development in the region. Good for us and good for them, which is brilliantly communicated by Fantefilm and director Magnus Martens. Produced by Audun Lyngholm Wittenberg, post-produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, online and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen. The sound design in the film is created from scratch in post-production by Erik Ljunggren. Come - take the fast, if not furious, trip together with Fantefilm and Eidsiva and enjoy the ride!

COMING UP: THE RELEASE OF AN IMPORTANT AND INFORMATIVE FILM FROM THE NORWEGIAN CHURCH AID AND THE ACTALLIANCE.

The film is created and produced on the basis of supporting a good cause by the production companies Babusjka and Olafilms, the advertising agency Anorak and the post production company Hocus Focus. Mr. Nicken’s alarmclocks are the centre of narrative attention, and the film is full of humour and warm wit. Shoot on location in Johannesburg and the area of Soweto Township, the images are speaking a fascinating language, whereas a clear message is coming together at the end. The struggle to make poverty history must be fought on many fronts simultaneously. Norwegian Church Aid has three main working methods, and one of these is the focus on long-term development. And this is what Mr. Nicken is talking about. As he tells us that he loves all clocks, including the classic ones (the roosters) and that he simply loved waking people up as a kid, he also tells us that we need to wake up. Charity can only reach so far, and what will create change are investments in local businesses and work for especially young people. The bottom line is: “The Norwegian oil fund can create millions of jobs, but only 1% is invested in those countries that need it the most. Let’s wake up the politicians”. Directed by Stian Smestad, produced by Håkon Sørensen and Babusjka. Post produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Thomas Løvig, online and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen, sound design by Erik Ljunggren. So let’s go and find some more information at www.sendenvekker.no