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THE NORWEGIAN AIR AMBULANCE FOUNDATION IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION, WORKING TO SAVE LIVES AND HEALTH BY RESEARCHING, DEVELOPING AND IMPROVING PRE-HOSPITAL CRITICAL CARE.

In a low-key and thought-provoking film from director Tor Einstabland and Small film, we are reminded about the importance of every second. Doctor and researcher Maren Ranhoff Hove tells us some facts about stroke – that every day 40 men and women, fathers and mothers of different age, get a stroke in Norway. Every minute without help after a stroke, is causing a loss of 2 millions brain cells that never can be retained – and the brain is you. Your personality, your memories, your everything. The film encourages to support the foundation and it is produced by Elisabeth Enstad.

Post-produced by Jon Anders Klausen and Hocus Focus. Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, online and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen. Sound design by Rune van Deurs.

THE FIRST TIME ANDREAS KLEIBERG DIRECTED A FILM FOR THE INFINITUM MOVEMENT, HE WAS NOMINATED TO THE YOUNG DIRECTORS AWARD IN CANNES.

Now he is back with a new film, this time together with the legendary snowboarder Terje Håkonsen. Their environmental concerns are up-close, personal and very real as Håkonsen talks about a possible future without snow. He is harsh in his descriptions of Norway as the richest white-trash country in the world and how our laziness prevents us from doing something about the sad state of our earth. It still makes sense that the least we can do is to recycle our bottles, cans and other goods of plastic. #pantforpudder. Produced by Rut Solli and Fantefilm.

Post-produced by Jon Anders Klausen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Henrik Berge, colour grading and online by Haavard Albertsen. Sound design by Erik Ljunggren and music composed by Chris Emmington.

IDUN HAS BEEN IN THE YEAST INDUSTRY A LONG TIME, WITH HISTORY THAT CAN BE TRACED ALL THE WAY BACK TO 1883. TODAY THEY ARE THE LEADING PROVIDER OF YEAST TO THE NORWEGIAN PEOPLE.

One of their latest products is pre-made sourdough yeast, making it easy for all the baking enthusiasts to easily make their own sourdough breads at home. Henrik Henriksen directs this commercial, full of slow motions and time lapses. It’s basically bakingporn! Produced by Gry Sætre from Tangrystan, agency is POL.

Post-produced by Jon Anders Klausen and Hocus Focus: edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, colourgrading and online by Mathias Theissen, and sound design by Erik Ljunggren.

THE LATEST CAMPAIGN FROM BAMA IS INVITING US TO THE SUMMER GARDEN OF TV CHEF LISE FINCKENHAGEN.

In idyllic settings, she is informing us about potatoes and tomatoes, strawberries, raspberries, carrots and what have you. With great enthusiasm, new outfits and simple recipes, she tells us in 7 short films all we need to know about how to prepare those vegetables and berries. The slogan is - now we know, and what we know is good for us. We think Lise is right, and it looks very good, indeed. Directed by Sten Hellevig and produced by King of Popcorn.

Post-produced by Jon Anders Klausen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Ove Kenneth Nilsen and Henrik Berge, colour grade and online by Haavard Albertsen.

A GREAT AND GRAND SUMMER CAMPAIGN IS COMING UP FROM CHESS. WITH NO LESS THAN 16 FILMS AND VERSIONS, FANTEFILM WITH PRODUCER HALVOR LID AND DIRECTOR ANDREAS KLEIBERG ARE SETTING THE MOOD WITH RELAXED FUN AND EASY CONVERSATION.

The message is clear – what you need is the Chess combo. That is a double amount of data for free to the end of August. On top of the ordinary Chess criteras of course, which for instance means that you reach the people you want to get hold of, wherever they are. And cheap use of your mobile. And excellent client service. And much more. The combo of image, colour and sound at the screen are great as well – with all you could ever dream of for the summer. For instance dancing on rooftops with light bulbs, pretty people and loud music. If you’re not more of a head-spinning in the paint kind of a guy – you get that too.

Post-produced by Jon Anders Klausen, Lene Cathrine Albertsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Henrik Berge, colour grading and online by Haavard Albertsen. Sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen.