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SNØFRISK, THAT BELOVED WHITE CREAMY CHEESE FROM TINE THAT IS LOVELY ON BREAD, CHEESE CAKES AND ON PASTA. IN THESE NEW FILMS YOU’LL GET SMALL TIPS AND TRICKS FROM SNØFRISK (THAT’S THE GOAT) AND ANDERS THE CHEF.

Did you know it was first launched in 1994, during the Winter Olympic Games at Lillehammer? Produced by One Big Happy Family with producer Helene Hovda Lunde and director Niklas Fröberg. Agency is LOS&CO.

Post production by Hocus Focus with producer Ole-Arild Svendsen, editor Ove Kenneth Nilsen, colourist Mathias Theissen, online by Bengt Ove Sannes and sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen. 3D animation by Gimpville.

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.

FOR HANNE SØRVAAG'S LATEST SINGLE, "WHY I MESS IT UP", DIRECTOR MICHAEL PFLEGHAR CONJURES UP A HITCHCOCK ERA, HOMELY CLAUSTROPHOBIA, A DASHING GENTLEMAN, AND A BORED HOUSEWIFE ON THE VERGE OF MURDER...

Produced by Brahmfilm with photography by Simon Hawken and direction by Michael Pfleghar.
Post production by Hocus Focus with producer Ole-Arild Svendsen, and editing, visual effects and grading by Mathias Theissen

YOU KNOW THE TYPE... AND NOW YOU KNOW HOW TO AVOID BEING BORED TO DEATH BY HIM ON THE BUS, WITH THE NEW MOBILE CASINO SITE FROM NORSK TIPPING, KONG KASINO.

Pretty entertaining satire from The Directory's director Steinar Borge and producer Kristian Hajdu. Post production by Hocus Focus with producer Ole-Arild Svendsen, editors Rolf Thomas Løvig and Mathias Theissen, online by Bengt Ove Sannes, grading by Mathias Theissen and sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen.

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.