To be eligible for the festival and market, the short film / documentary must: The applicant bears the responsibility that all rights necessary for the public screening of the film are adequately cleared.
Applicants will be given notice of their film’s admission/rejection to the festival no later than 1 August 2016 and to closed market screenings no later than 1 September 2016.
Immediately on receipt of the notice of their film’s admission to the competition or side programmes, Applicants shall submit one screening copy, a DCP.
All copies must be subtitled or versioned in English.
Nordisk Panorama – Nordic Short & Doc Film Festival, the main Nordic event for short films and documentaries, takes place annually in September in Malmö, Sweden.
The main showcase of Nordisk Panorama is the Competition Programme consisting of approx. In addition to the Competition Programme, the festival screens Nordic films in side programmes.
Nordisk Panorama Market runs parallel to the festival and includes VOD screenings, curated closed market screenings and work-in-progress presentations on the spot in addition to an online VOD platform running all year round.
It’s the only place that provides a comprehensive overview of Nordic short and documentary film production.
Nordisk Panorama 2016 takes place in Malmö, Sweden, 16-21 September 2016.
Please note that deadlines for festival competition and market participation are different.
Festival competition deadlines: Deadline for films completed in 2015: 15 February 2016 Deadline for films completed in 2016: Market deadlines: Deadline for market films completed in 2015: Deadline for market films completed in 2016: 1 August 2016 Fees for submissions to the market: DKK 1.200 per title over 30 minutes, DKK 600 per title under 30 minutes (free of charge for films in the national film institutes’ festival distribution).
Documentaries are accepted in any length and short films include all forms of animation, fiction and experimental films of up to 60 minutes.