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MOVING AWAY FROM HOME FOR THE FIRST TIME CAN BE DIFFICULT, NO MATTER HOW YOUNG OR OLD YOU ARE. DNB HELPS YOU WITH THIS BY GIVING YOU A GREAT DEAL ON MORTGAGES.

They also give a first time mover, Kim Ruben, a little extra help by sending a spare mother in the form of the hilarious and slightly crazy Christine Koht, to help him deal with being away from of his mother for the first time in his life.
Directed by Andrea Eckerbom, produced by Gry Sætre and Tangrystan. Agency is Try Reklamebyrå.

Post produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Henrik Berge, colorgrading and online by Mathias Theissen, sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen and Nils Are Gjerde Viken.

IF YOU EVER SAW THE TV-SERIES ENTOURAGE YOUR FAVOURITE CHARACTER PROBABLY WAS JOHNNY DRAMA, PLAYED BY KEVIN DILLON. WELL, DILLON IS BACK STARRING IN THESE FILMS FOR THE NEW NORWEGIAN BETTING COMPANY RIZK.COM, AND THEY’RE HILARIOUS!

Produced by Hugo Føsker and Fantefilm. Directed by Ola Markus Lisberg. Post produced by Lene C. Albertsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Henrik Berge, online by Bengt Ove Sannes, online and colorgrading by Haavard Albertsen, and sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen.

THEY’RE BACK – THE FABULOUS YLVIS BROTHERS. IN THE FIRST MUSIC VIDEO OF THIS SEASON, THEY ARE NEITHER FOXES NOR FINANCIAL MEN CALLED FINN. HOWEVER, WITH GREAT PRECISION AND MUSICALITY, THEY REAPPEAR AS AN A CAPELLA GROUP.

It is hilarious and above fascinating to see the coordinated boy band moves together with the lyrics telling us about the coolness of a Capella, Jesus, leather straps and woollen hats. All the Boodelaooaps - together with the final of no less than Michael Jackson’s Bad in a Samba version - are simply great madness. Directed by Ole Martin Hafsmo, produced by Emilie Øien Fretland and Concorde TV. Online and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen, Hocus Focus.

OUR BELOVED MASTERMINDS OF SYNTHS - RØYKSOPP - ARE NOMINATED TO A SPELLEMANN AWARD IN THE CATEGORY OF BEST MUSIC VIDEO.

In competition with Karpe Diem and Kygo, they are fighting for honour and glory with the black and white film to the track SKULLS. The acclaimed Norwegian director, photographer and long time collaborator Stian Andersen has already won the award for Best Cinematography at the Berlin Music Video Awards for Skulls and are likewise nominated for Best Music Video at Grimstad Short Film Festival in June. Andersen takes us on a haunting journey shot deep inside the woods of Northern Norway. We meet the guys in Røyksopp with friends in a rather scary, old house that belongs to the 83 year old Adolf, who also stars in the music video. It is a film where camera angles, composition, light as well as movement of the camera are placed at the center, alongside the very characteristic Røyksopp sound – be amazed!
Colourgrading by Haavard Albertsen. Edited by Erik Treimann.