Release/Norway: 09/2016 | Live action/Children
Director: Hanne Larsen
Screenplay: Hanne Larsen & Kathrine Valen Zeiner
Based on the book by Stein Erik Lunde
Producer: Kristin Ulseth
Co-producer: Most Film (se)

11-year-old Gilbert is new to the neighborhood and ready for a new and better life. All he has to do is keep his nasty egg allergy a secret, especially from the girl next door, Line, the captain of the hockey team. Gilbert’s new life is threatened when Gilbert’s self-absorbed aunt Doris shows up to baby-sit, and secretly feeds him egg on purpose! Gilbert soon learns that the best defense is a good offense, and he lays a vindictive plan for how to outsmart her... The battle is on!


Release/Norway: 09/2017 | Live action/Family/Adventure
Director: Mikkel Sandemose
Screenplay: Aleksander Kirkwood Brown & Espen Enger
Producers: Åshild Ramborg & Synnøve Hørsdal

Espen, a poor farmer’s son, embarks on a dangerous quest with his brothers to save the princess from a vile troll known as the Mountain King – in order to collect a reward and save his family’s farm from ruin.


Release/Norway: 2018 | Puppet Animation/Family
Director: Rasmus A. Sivertsen
Screenplay: Karsten Fullu
Producers: Cornelia Boysen & Synnøve Hørsdal

In the international race to the moon, the Norwegian mission is led by brilliant inventor Reodor from the village of Flaklypa. With Nolan the Magpie as the brave astronaut, what could possibly go wrong? Quite a bit, actually – on the daring mission, secret passengers are discovered, hidden agendas are revealed, and nothing seems to work out the way it was planned. Nolan and his friend Louis the Hedgehog are in for some surprises on their trip to the moon.

The third film in the stop-motion trilogy featuring the beloved characters from the Flaklypa universe.


Estimated release: Autumn 2018 | Drama 8 x 45 min
Director: Petter Næss
Screenplay: Mette M. Bølstad & Siv Rajendram
Producers: Synnøve Hørsdal & Ales Ree

The drama series The State of Happiness tells the story of Western prosperity, a changing nation, a Klondike town, and four young people who are thrown into a whirlwind of opportunites. Everything is moving, everything is new, it’s great, big, at times scary, unknown. How are they all going to deal with it?

It’s the summer of 1969 in the small coastal town of Stavanger, Northen Europe. International oil companies have been test drilling for years, but nothing has been found and they are in the process of leaving. Stavanger lives off fish, and the North Sea is emptying out. No more cod, no more herring. Something has to happen. The town is in crisis. The night before Christmas 1969, Phillips Petroleum finds the largest sub sea oil basin in history. And everything is about to change.


Estimated release: Late 2017 I Drama
Director: Eirik Svensson
Screenplay: Sebastian Torngren Wartin & Eirik Svensson
Producers: Ales Ree & Synnøve Hørsdal

Fifteen year old Vilde has never met her father. It’s the day before Christmas Eve at the Oslo Central Station, and Vilde hangs out with the other cosplayers. She looks like a Japanese animé character, with her purple hair and heavy make up. Her friends leave her one by one to go back to their families to celebrate Christmas. But Vilde stays behind. She is going to meet her father for the first time.


Estimated release: 12/2017 | Drama
Director: Anne Sewitsky
Screenplay: Mette M. Bølstad & Andreas Markusson
Producers: Synnøve Hørsdal & Ales Ree

Queen of Ice is a film about one of the world’s greatest athletes and the inventor of modern figure skating, who decides to go to Hollywood in 1936 to become a movie star. Her first film breaks the box office by selling the most tickets in the world in 1937. She becomes one of richest women in her time, always surrounded by fans, lovers and family, never alone. As she gets older the spotlight is fading, but she refuses to quit. And it all collapses when she falls, drunk on the slushy ice, in Rio de Janeiro.