Culture

The application deadline is 26 January 2017 for Year 2 of Norway’s incentive scheme, which brought The Snowman and Downsizing to shoot in the country. Read more

Norwegian director Erik Poppe’s new feature, which will open in Norway on 23 September, will also be Norway’s candidate for a nomination as Best Foreign-Language Feature Read more

For the first time in its 19-year history, Cine Europa will screen two award-winning Norwegian films. Kon-Tiki and the Liverpool Goalie return to Philippine cinema after their successful premiere in Cine Internationale last year. Read more

Norwegian directors Erik Poppe’s The King’s Choice, Erik Skjoldbjærg’s The Pyromaniac or Rune Denstad Langlo’s Welcome to Norway will be Norway’s official candidate Read more

Photo: Nancy Bundt/ Innovation Norway.

17. mai-komiteen for 2016 har gleden av å invitere til tradisjonelt familearrangement i Manila. Vi kan by på tog, musikkorps, tale, sang og lek. Read more

Photo: A scene from Tisoy Brown (Credits: Dulaang Unibersidad ng Pilipinas).

The Dulaang Unibersidad ng Pilipinas (DUP) stages Tisoy Brown: Hari ng Wala, a Filipino adaptation of the great Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt, on its 40th theatrical season. Read more

Photo: Sigurd Moe Hetland.

Norwegian directors Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken’s feature debut, Returning Home (Å vende tilbake), and Grethe Bøe-Waal’s Operation Arctic (Operasjon Arktis) received top prizes at the 57th Nordic Film Days in Lübeck, which ends today (8 November). Read more

Five award-winning Norwegian films are screening for free on 10 October 2015 at The Podium Cinema 1 in ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City as part of Cine International’s five-day film festival. Read more

Photo: Norwegian Film Institute.

An exciting milestone is happening to Cine Europa as it turns 18. To celebrate this transition, this year’s edition carries the theme ‘Coming of Age.’ Read more

Photo: Roar Uthaug’s The Wave – the first Nordic disaster movie. (Photo credits: Norwegian Film Institute) .

Five Norwegian films - three features, two shorts - selected for the Toronto International Film Festival, which runs between 10-20 September. Read more

Photo: I'm Angus Steak House.

Manila, experience the taste of the North. Norwegian Gastronomic Delights brings the premium cuisine and dining experience of Norway. Norwegian chef Markus Peter Dybwad through I’m Angus Steak House serves authentic lunch and dinner sets—the freshest salmon, mutton, brunost, scallops, and many more. Read more

Photo: Nancy Bundt/ Innovation Norway.

Norway celebrates its Constitution Day on the 17th of May. Relive history, traditions and cultural practices during the celebration by joining the special countdown of the Royal Norwegian Embassy - Manila. Starting 1 May, the embassy’s Instagram account (@norwayinph) will feature photos that highlight the rich and unique ways of celebration in Norway during the 17 th of May. Make sure to Read more

Photo: Petter Foss  .

Komiteen for 2015 har gleden av å invitere til tradisjonelt familearrangement i Manila. Vi kan by på tog, musikkorps, tale, sang og leker. Det vil bli servert kaffe, kaker, vafler, pølser og is. Read more

Photo: Isabelle Huppert/Louder Than Bombs. ©Jakob Ihre, Motlys AS.

Norwegian director Joachim Trier’s Louder Than Bombs will be the only Nordic entry in the main competition at the Cannes International Film Festival between 13-24 May Read more

Come and celebrate Norway’s Constitution Day at Shangri-La, Makati on Saturday,16 May 2015. Norwegian Chef Markus Dybwad will prepare the savory four-course dinner highlighting premium Norwegian cuisine and we will all be entertained by the music of Mulatto. Please see photo to learn more about the details of the celebration and how to reserve seats. The event is organized by Philippines Norway... Read more

On 17 May, about 250 guests celebrated Norway’s national day and the 200 years anniversary of the Norwegian constitution on the open-air film festival “Viking Screamfest” in Makati. Read more

From 20 May to 29 May you will have an excellent chance to tempt your taste buds at Norwegian Gastronomic Delights. Read more

Welcome to Viking Screamfest, an open cinema featuring the scariest part of Norwegian culture. Read more

This year scholarship funds of 1.000.000 NOK (162.000 USD) will be awarded to Ibsen projects worldwide. Apply now! Read more

Photo: Dian Jean Cruz.

A film project from the Philippines has been selected to participate in the Sørfond Pitching Forum in Oslo in October. Director Sheron Dayoc hopes to partner with a Norwegian producer to make his film, which depicts a blood feud between muslim families in the Zamboanga province of Mindanao. Read more