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Aurora Borealis


Aurora Borealis er en kortfilm om to spanske turister som drar ens ærend til Nord-Norge midtvinters for å se nordlyset. Men på en øde campingplass ved Nordishavet møter de campingplassinnehavere som bare drømmer om én ting; Spanias sol og varme.

Medvirkende: Marcarena Gómez, Montse Morillo, Kristian Figenschow, Guri Johnsen
Manus og regi: Lisbeth Dreyer
Foto: Anne Dorthe Kalve
Klipp: Erlend Harr Eriksson
Musikk og lyd: Øistein Boassen
Produsent: Birgit Pihl
Produksjonsselskap: Bergen Film AS
Format: 35 mm
Screen ratio: 1:1,85
Lydssystem: Dobly SRD
Lengde: 13 min
År: 2003

Finansiert av: Vestnorsk filmsenter, Nordnorsk filmsenter, Fond for lyd og bilde.

Distribusjon: NFI
Filmen er tilgjengelig på kortfilmsamlingen Norsk Kort 003 som er til salgs i Filmbutikken.

FILMPRISER:
Meilleure Fiction Court Metrage "Centrimage", Festival Int. du film Montagne Adventure, Autrans, Frankrike.
Publikumsprisen, beste utenlandske kortfilm, Films des Femmes, Creteil

FESTIVALER:
Tromsø International Film Festival, 2003
Samí Film Festival, Kautokeino, 2003
Bergen International Film Festival, 2004

Films des Femmes, Creteil, Frankrike,
2004
Int'l Film Festival of Mountains and Exploration, Trento, Italia, 2004
MECAL, Barcelona Int'l Short Film Festival, Spania, 2004
Cinema delle Donne, Torino, Italia, 2004
WoW International Film Festival, Australia, 2004
Autrans Int'l Mountain & Adventure Film Festival, Frankrike, 2004
Emirates Film Competition, De forente arabiske emirater, 2005
Marathon du Court-Métrage, Caen, Frankrike, 2006



Aurora Borealis

Aurora Borealis is a short fiction about two Spanish tourists traveling to the North of Norway in the middle of winter with the sole objection of once in life time to see the northern lights. But at the desolate camping by the Arctic Sea they meet the owners, dreaming about the sun on the Mediterranean beaches.

Cast: Marcarena Gómez, Montse Morillo, Kristian Figenschow, Guri Johnsen
Written and directed by: Lisbeth Dreyer
Camera: Anne Dorthe Kalve
Editing: Erlend Harr Eriksson
Sound and Music: Øistein Boassen
Line producer: Birgit Pihl
Produced by: Bergen Film AS
Format: 35 mm
Screen ratio: 1:1,85
Sound: Dobly SRD
Length: 13 min
Year: 2003

Financed by: Western Norway Film Centre, North Norwegian Film Centre, Fond for Lyd og Bilde.

Distribution: Norwegian Film Institute
The film is available at the collection Norwegian Shorts 003, at sale in Filmbutikken, NFI

AWARDS:
Meilleure Fiction Court Metrage "Centrimage", Festival Int. du film Montagne Adventure, Autrans, Frankrike.
Audience Award, Best Foreign Short, Films des Femmes, Creteil

FESTIVALS:
Tromsø International Film Festival, Norway, 2003
Samí Film Festival, Kautokeino, Norway, 2003
Bergen International Film Festival, Norway, 2004

Films des Femmes, Creteil, France,
2004
Int'l Film Festival of Mountains and Exploration, Trento, Italy, 2004
MECAL, Barcelona Int'l Short Film Festival, Spain, 2004
Cinema delle Donne, Torino, Italy, 2004
WoW International Film Festival, Australia, 2004
Autrans Int'l Mountain & Adventure Film Festival, France, 2004
Emirates Film Competition, United Arab Emirates, 2005
Marathon du Court-Métrage, Caen, France, 2006




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