GET IS A LEADING FIBRE-BASED BROADBAND PROVIDER IN NORWAY, WITH A NETWORK STRETCHING FROM HAMMERFEST IN THE NORTH TO KRISTIANSAND IN THE SOUTH.
In their latest campaign produced by Small Film, two short films remind us of that the summer is already a memory. Images are memories. A jump from the dock into the sunny water with your friends has been given that wage and yellow colour wrapping of nostalgia. Nice and smart from one of the new Small Film directors Tor Einstadblad, who is acclaimed for his warm and visual style. Also an excellent encouragement to save, store and restore your memories in the cloud with Get Sky. Just to make it clear: Get Sky is included in your broadband subscription. And remember, as the second film indicates: Accidents do happen. The ultimate nightmare of every user of any sort of computer or other technological device for that matter – a whole glass of ice coffee or something similar and wet all over your keyboard. In slow motion – so you can really get the feel of it.
Produced by Elisabeth Enstad, post-produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Edited by Thomas Løvig, online by Mathias Theissen and Haavard Albertsen, colour grading by Haavard Albertsen. Sound design by Frode Løes Hvatum and Lydhodene.
FANTEFILM HAS PRODUCED TWO FILMS FOR THE BETTING AND GAMING COMPANY GUTS.COM.
By using the well-known, but oh so effective freeze-the-image mode, they are getting straight to the core of the company by making us guess and bet on the outcome. Do Nina dare to cut all of her long hair off? Will Ola have enough guts to kick the ball in a straight volley? We are given the pros and cons of why they should or should not have the guts to do so, in films that tickle the curiosity.
Directed by Gaute Hesthagen, produced by Audun Lyngholm Wittenberg, post-produced by Lene Cathrine Albertsen and Hocus Focus. Ola Ohlson has edited the film, online by Bengt Ove Sannes and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen. Sound design by Stig Holte.
THIS YEAR'S PINK RIBBON CAMPAIGN FOCUSES ON INCURABLE TERMINAL BREAST CANCER, AND ON MAKING A LIFE WORTH LIVING FOR THE CANCER PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES. FOR THE TIME THEY HAVE LEFT TOGETHER, AND AFTER.
Produced by Fantefilm with producer Hugo Hagermann Føsker and director Ola Markus 'Oma' Lisberg. Post production by Hocus Focus with producer Lene Albertsen, editor Rolv Thomas Løvig, colorist Mathias Theissen, online by Bengt Ove Sannes and sound design by Vidar Grande.
KJELDSBERG IS A LOCAL COFFEE ROASTING COMPANY IN TRONDHEIM. THE COMPANY HAS MADE COFFEE ALL THE WAY BACK TO 1856, WITH COFFEE BEANS COMING FROM BRAZIL, COLOMBIA, CENTRAL-AMERICA AND AFRICA.
In the latest campaign from Kjeldsberg created by Einar Film & Fortellinger, we meet crane operator Cecilie, lighthouse keeper Rolf and the road sweeper Bengt Johnny in three beautifully shot testimonial films. All three of them have the most fascinating and important kind of work. Although often lonesome and invisible for the rest of us. As Cecilie says – it’s me and the birds. Norway is full of hardworking people doing their work during nighttime and in solitude. Kjeldsberg is doing their best to provide these important people with really, really good coffee.
From director Jens Lien and producer Therese Bøhn. Shot by Anders Flatland, post-produced by Ole-Arild Svendsen and Hocus Focus: Editing by Ove Kenneth Nilsen, online and colour grading by Haavard Albertsen. Sound design by Erik Ljunggren.
THE FEATURE FILM DEBUT FROM DIRECTOR STEN HELLEVIG MIGHT AS WELL BE THE NEXT BIG THING FOR OUR YOUNG ONES.
It is not often we have the pleasure of diving into a Norwegian cinematic world of music. In Dryads, the sound design is of outstanding quality and the soundtrack – well, the soundtrack based on original Dryads music from Thom Hell and Marius Christiansen is the best ever! The way the song Mr. Old Guy – or the much more describing title Rome Paris Home – is used throughout the film, never stops to fascinate at any level. It communicates in ways understandable and familiar for teenagers, young adults and even us – the parents. As soon as we leave the cinema, we want more of the songs we experienced in the darkness and are even a bit disappointed to only find one track on Spotify. Which is a very good sign. In addition, the boys are friendly, the girls are many and the iconic and edgy vocalist Henriette aka Iben Akerlie, certainly don’t cry. A great film from a huge team of co-producers and partners: Online & VFX by Mathias Theissen and Haavard Albertsen. Workflow & VFX by Bengt Ove Sannes. Post produced by Ole-Arild Svenden & Lene Cathrine Albertsen.