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OLA-MARKUS LISBERG IS BACK AT IT AGAIN WITH A NEW SERIES STARRING CAPTAIN RIZK! THIS TIME FEATURING CULT ACTOR MICHAEL MADSEN, WHO IS PROBABLY BEST KNOW FOR HIS MANY COLLABORATIONS WITH QUENTIN TARANTINO.

Produced by Hugo Hagemann Føsker and Fantefilm, agency is Futatsu Industries.

Post-produced by Pia Røe Nyhus and Hocus Focus: edited by Henrik Berge, colourgrading by Haavard Albertsen, online by Bengt Ove Sannes, with sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen.

SINCE 1972 THE NORWEGIAN GRAMMY, OR SPELLEMANNPRISEN AS IT IS ACTUALLY CALLED, IS AWARDED TO THE BEST MUSICIANS IN A WIDE VARIETY OF CATEGORIES.

This year, we’ve had the pleasure to do post-production on the opening title sequence: Directed by Andreas «BomBom» Lisberg and produced by Rubicon, and set to the tune of Kygos «Stole the show».

Post-produced by Lene C. Albertsen and Hocus Focus: edited by Henrik Berge, colourgrading and online by Haavard Albertsen, additional sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen.

THE GLOBAL AND NORWEGIAN OIL COMPANY STATOIL IS DOING SOMETHING IMPORTANT AND VERY WISE.  IN THEIR LATEST CAMPAIGN OF FIVE FILMS AND MANY TEASERS, YOUNG AND BRIGHT ONES ARE INVITED TO REFLECT ABOUT THE FUTURE.

In turbulent times of the so-called Green Shift – with the value of oil hitting rock bottom and hundreds of people loosing their jobs within the industry – Statoil needs to reinvent and innovate. It is most interesting and highly relevant to listen to thoughts, arguments and opinions from the up and coming generation on how to use knowledge in the future - to meet the need of change to a green energy and economy. The "When good advice are young" campaign will be distributed on Facebook (iNord) and YouTube, amongst other channels, in addition to follow-up dialogue meetings together with Aftenposten in the five largest cities in Norway. Enlightening and meaningful films from TRY and The Film Agency, with director Tommy Normann.

Post-produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen and Henrik Berge, sound design by Preben Grieg Halvorsen, colour grading by Haavard Albertsen, online by Mathias Theissen and Haavard Albertsen.

STANDART HAS PRODUCED THE LATEST CAMPAIGN FROM IKEA, INCLUDING THREE FINE FILMS DIRECTED BY JOHAN PERJUS. THE SIGNS OF FALL ARE SNEAKING UP ON US AND IT IS TIME TO PREPARE FOR SPENDING MORE TIME INDOORS.

For many of us, that means a trip to IKEA. The products recommended are the Vallentuna sofas with flexible sitting arrangements AND a hiding place for your guilty-pleasures such as chips. A classical chair called Norraryd, which make your family happy because everybody is comfortable sitting longer at the dinner table. Additionally, the chairs are robust enough to survive dirty clothes and fingers. Last but not least, the Knotten desk you do not have to sit down to use. More space for the children to play and more using the legs for you. Thank you IKEA!

Produced by Miriam Eeg Pedersen, post-produced by Hocus Focus with Henrik Berge (editor), Haavard Albertsen (colour grading and online) and Preben Grieg-Halvorsen (sound design). Graphic animation by Steamheads.

A FEW WEEKS AGO THE LEGENDARY NATIONAL RAPSHOW WAS HIGH-JACKED BY DON MARTINITIO. DON MARTIN’S ALTER EGO – A MUPPET ON A STRING – IS THE MAIN CHARACTER IN HIS LATEST MUSIC VIDEO DIAMANTTYV.

It is a film about how a boy from eastern suburbia Oslo became a master of stealing diamonds. Or more precisely, one particular diamond. Rumours have it that the whole heist theme is a metaphor for how Don stole the heart of his beloved. Co-starring Mr. Martinitio is the one and only Mr. Jan Vardøen, among others. Much time has been spent together with director Kristoffer Klunk, researching how other Muppets are used in rap videos like Blackstreet’s No Diggity and unofficial, more fun ones at YouTube. The result is excellent and even Tommy Tee had problems controlling the engaged and agitated Muppet, who denied the very romantic aspect of it all. This is simply a great story and great rapping.

Post-produced by Lene Cathrine Albertsen and Hocus Focus. With Henrik Berge (editor), Haavard Albertsen (colour grading and online) and Preben Grieg-Halvorsen (sound design).