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Zefyr media fund

Zefyr invests private capital in Norwegian films, series and games, and manages government grants for audiovisual productions. Zefyr's catchment area is Møre og Romsdal, Vestland, Rogaland, Agder, Telemark and Vestfold.

Norwegian Film Institute (NFI)

The Norwegian Film Institute's application deadlines can be found here. If the scheme you intend to apply for is not mentioned, it may be because the scheme has ongoing application processing. NB: Deadline for submission is 12.00 for all grant schemes with application deadlines.

Fund for sound and image

Fond for lyd og bilde shall promote the production and dissemination of sound and film recordings.

The cultural school bag

The Cultural Rucksack (DKS) is a national scheme that ensures that all school pupils in Norway get to experience professional art and culture every year. The scheme is unique in a global context.

Interest organizations

Norwegian Film Federation (NFF)

The Norwegian Film Federation (NFF) organizes professionals in all functions within Norwegian film, video and TV production, and is the largest organization in the industry with over 1200 members.

The producers' association in Virke

The Producers' Association in Virke organizes and works for Norwegian film, TV and game producers.

Norwegian Actors' Equity Association (NSF)

The Norwegian Actors' Equity Association (NSF) is the actors' own interest organization - a party-politically independent trade union that works for the actors' artistic, financial and legal interests. We organize over 1600 actors.

Grant letter from NFI

Here you can easily view and download Filmkraft's grant letter from the Norwegian Film Institute.

AV regulation from Lovdata

Regulations on subsidies for audiovisual production.

Sexual harassment policy


On a general basis, we recommend that you contact the Equality and Anti-Discrimination Ombudsman (LDO) for advice related to experiences and handling of harassment and discrimination. LDO provides personal and non-binding guidance by phone 23 15 73 00 or

#settestrek is a campaign organized by LDO, where employers can find more information about how to respond to reports of sexual harassment in the workplace. Employers can read more about the topic here.

Balansekunst also has a free low-threshold service in the form of a non-binding helpline for those who have been subjected to, or witnessed, sexual harassment in cultural life, see more information about it here / tel: 940 87 929

Filmkraft has zero tolerance for sexual harassment. Sexual harassment means any form of unwanted sexual attention that has the purpose or effect of being offensive, intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or disturbing, cf. section 13, third paragraph of the Equality and Anti-Discrimination Act.


Filmkraft adheres to the GDPR guidelines for the processing of personal data in our newsletter database and in our application portal RegPortal.

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is a European privacy law that also applies in Norway. GDPR in Norwegian is translated to the General Data Protection Regulation, and is part of the Personal Data Act. GDPR applies to all businesses in Norway that process personal data. Read the entire law on Lovdata (or in English here).

Filmkraft's mailbox

No case too big, no case too small. Here you can report anything between heaven and earth that may affect you and the film, TV and gaming industry in Rogaland. All inquiries are treated with discretion. Filmkraft will guide and help you further with the matter, or possibly send you in the right direction.

Mark the email with "Mailbox".

Free parking

Filmkraft has two parking lots, one of which is usually free for visitors. If you have a meeting with us, please check in advance if these are available on the day in question. See map for detailed description.

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