The Norwegian Film Institute

The Norwegian Film Institute (NFI) is the government's administrative body for film policy, and advises the government on film policy.

Pursuant to national regulations the NFI has a mandate to implement the government's film policy.

NFI provides subsidies to Norwegian films, film co-production projects with other countries, television series and computer games, and offers grants, courses and talent development schemes to the film industry. The NFI represents Norwegian film nationally and in an international setting, and disseminates information on Norwegian film nationally and internationally.

The NFI represents Norway in the Council of Europe's fund for the co-production of film, Eurimages, and in the European Audiovisual Observatory, a research institute under the Council of Europe. Together with the National Library, the NFI has the Norwegian membership in the international federation for film archives, FIAF. Furthermore, the NFI participates in a number of other international collaborative bodies within film, such as the International Council for Educational Media, the European Film Academy and Scandinavian Films.

Letter of allocation and annual reports (Published in Norwegian)

Web page: http://www.nfi.no/english/