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THERE ARE SO MANY RUMOURS AND MYTHS ABOUT BREAD. IT’S DANGEROUS, IT’S NOT HEALTHY, WE SHOULD ALL STAY AWAY FROM BREAD. IN FACT, IT’S QUITE GOOD FOR US.

Bakehuset sets the record straight with their series of films, made by the creative team from Alle Gutta. Directed by Sten Hellevig, produced by Henrik Zwart and The King of Popcorn.

Post produced by Lene Albertsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, online and grading by Haavard Albertsen. Audio by freelancer Christian Schaaning.

PREFALL.COM IS THE PLACE TO BE IF YOU’RE A FASHION DESIGNER, OR IF YOU’RE SELLING VINTAGE HIGH FASHION. IT’S A PLACE FOR BOTH UP-AND-COMING AND WELL ESTABLISHED DESIGNERS TO GET THEIR OWN BRAND OUT TO THE MASSES.

Directed by Andreas Kleiberg, produced by Fantefilm. Edited by Thomas Løvig, online and grading by Haavard Albertsen. Post produced by Lene Albertsen.

ELECTRICITY IS A THING WE ALL USE EVERYDAY, IT’S JUST THERE, LIKE SOMETHING MAGICAL GIVING LIFE TO OUR HOUSES, OUR CARS, OUR CELLPHONES. WE ALL TAKE IT FOR GRANTED.

With one of the largest power grids in the country, they supply their clients with renewable energy 24/7, making sure our day to day life can go on without interruption.

Directed by Fantefilms hotshot Andreas «BomBom» Lisberg, and produced by Halvor Lid and Hugo Hagemann Føsker. Post-production by Hocus Focus with producer Lene Albertsen. Edited by Henrik Berge, online and colorgrading by Haavard Albertsen, sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen. VFX by Steamheads.

E-BOKS.NO IS A SAFE AND SECURE DIGITAL MAILBOX SERVICE, WHERE YOU CAN KEEP ALL YOUR IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS – WHEREVER YOU ARE. TO PROMOTE THIS SERVICE, FANTEFILM HAS PRODUCED AN INFORMATIVE AND ILLUSTRATIVE FILM.

The scenery is changing from family life in the living room and at the seaside, to city life and football matches in Norway and abroad. The key is while moving around, you have access to all your important papers like insurance, health and economic related stuff.

Directed by Gaute Hesthagen, produced by Hugo Hagemann Føsker, post-produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus. Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, online and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen. Sound design by Vidar Grande.

STATOIL HAS A LONG TRADITION IN SUPPORTING UP AND COMING TALENTS WITHIN SPORTS, CULTURE AND SCIENCE. FOR THE LAST 10 YEARS, THE MULTI-NATIONAL COMPANY HAS SUPPORTED NORWEGIAN HEROES OF TOMORROW.

It is all about young people with big dreams and great ambitions, who got what it takes to succeed. In a new information and motivation campaign produced by The Film Agency, four films are telling the childhood stories of four such heroes. First one out is our number 1 star Martin Ødegaard, the winner of Statoil’s football scholarship 2014. Through the faces of different children, old footage as well as new, he tells us about a childhood of training at the cost of friends, parties and all-nighters of PlayStation. Martin Ødegaard believes it is not so much about talent, but more about training and willpower. So does the cross-country skier Astrid Uhrenholt Jacobsen, who also is a mentor for the Statoil Hero-Programme. The musician and winner of a scholarship in 2012, Mr Jarle Bernhoft tells the story of a shy and strange kid, who found his confidence through a guitar. We see all that individuality and hearing his voice telling us how important it is to believe in ourselves, even when nobody else does so. The fourth film is from Stine and from a science perspective. She remembers her childhood curiosity of everything - why does the wind blow and how can a plane fly? Stine has kept this curiosity and puts it into her work to find solutions we will need in the future. All of the films are beautifully put together in a mixture of past, present and future.

Directed by Andrea Eckerbom, produced by Caroline Werring and post-produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus. Edited by Henrik Berge, online by Bengt Ove Sannes and Mathias Theissen, colour grading by Haavard Albertsen and Mathias Theissen. Sound design by Erik Ljunggren, Preben Grieg-Halvorsen and Vidar Grande.