ISFI second period allocations 2017

The International Sami Film Institute has allocated altogether 1 071 000 MNOK in production grants to sami films Autumn 2017. In addition ISFI has allocated 925 000 NOK development grants since spring.

Both shorts, documentaries and childrensfilms are in production. In addition ISFI has this time prioritized grants to three other indigenous film productions. It is remarkable that most of the grant recipients are women. The activity in the sami film industry is rising and projects in development you can find under development grants.


Production grants

Producer
Genre
Title
Grant NOK
Mer film AS 
Oanehisfilbma
Njuokčamat 
200000
Giron Filmi Oy
Dokumentára
ANERCA
200000
Gjert Rognli 
Dáiddafilbma
Eallin lea guovtte suorat niehku 
100000
Ape og Bjørn As 
Oanehisfilbma
Sáivu
100000
Bautafilm AB
Animašuvdna
Goeksegh
200000
Mer film AS 
Guhkesfilbma 
Birds of Passage 
50000
Studio Marja Helander
Dáiddafilbma
Biekka Neiddat
71000
Karitas Production
Guhkesfilbma
ANORI
150000


TOTAL
1071000

Development grants

Producer
Genre
Title
Grant NOK
Egil Pedersen 
Guhkesfilbma čállin
En mann i et fuktig telt i hagen
50000
Sapmi distribution AS
Biđgen 
7 Short stories 
100000
Jens Martin Mienna 
Guhkesfibma čállin
Trollfolk 
60000
Amanda Kernell 
TV ráidu čállin
Bearkoe jih Maelie.
30000
Freedom from fear AS 
Guhkesfilbma 
The flame keeper 
50000
Khalid Maimouni 
Guhkesfilbma ovdánahttin
Save
200000
Violator films AS 
Filbma
STAY
60000
Lisa Marie Kristensen
Dokumentára
Battit
95000
Anastasia Lapsui 
Dokumentára
Anerca
90000
Davas film as 
Dokumentára
Pile O`Sapmi 
60000
Karen Anne Buljo 
Guhkesfilbma čállin
Ulddanieiddat
30000
Rein Film As 
Guhkesfilbma ovdánahttin
Svart Natt
50000
Rein Film As 
Guhkesfilbma ovdánahttin
En mann i et fuktig telt ved h..
50000


TOTAL 
925000







ISFI spring grants 2017

The International Sami Film Institute (ISFI) received 11 production grant applications in March 2017 and all together 2.5 MNOK has applied for. This time ISFI has prioritized film projects for children and youth because the lack of films in sami language for this group is so comprehensive. Next grant allocation will be in September 2017.

The International Sami Film Institute has awarded the following grants: 

SÁVE 
First feature film for children and youth
200 000 kr
First feature film for children and youth, production development grant. 
Scriptwriter: Jens Martin Mienna. 
Producer: Khalid Maimouni, Storyline Media.


GUMPE 
shortfilm
70 000 kr
GUMPE is a short film about a dramatical meeting in a lavvu on the desolate tundra.
Producer: 
Davas Film Ken Are Bongo


MOOMINS AT CHRISTMAS 
feature film dubbing to sami language
150 000 kr
The new Moomin film will be dubbed to sami language and screened in cinemas. 
Producer: Filmkompaniet Alpha AB Oy, Tom Carpelan. Dubbing director: Sara Margrethe Oskal.

Son of the Sun
30 000 kr 
Sami subtitles of the documentary film Sun of the Sun. Giraff Film AB, producer Anna Bjørk .

MÁINNASGIISÁ 
animation series for children
200 000 kr
Animation series for children based on traditional sami fairytales.  
Producer: John Erling Utsi, Sámi Kompania AB.

SÁNIT Babyfilms 
300 000 kr
7 x 7 little word films in north sami language for the smallest children.
Producer and director: Ann Film/Ann Holmgren.

In total ISFI  awarded 950 000 kr grants to sami films. 
In addition the following film projects have received development grants in 2017.

UTSI, feature film script Susanne Hætta 
      30000
FAAMOE, drama series , Bauta Film AB   
      60000
NUORTALAČČAT, documentary, Siivet AS
      60000
BIELLU NJUOVČČA, feature film script Marja Bål Nango/Ingor bål Nango
      30000
GIITU ÁNUT, short film  Olve Aslaksen
      25000
EN MANN I ET FUKTIG TELT I HAGEN, Egil Pedersen, feature film script 
      60000
Development grants 2017
    265000
In total 2017 grants
  1215000



Merry Christmas from ISFI!




International Sami Film Institute is grateful for the collaboration we have had in 2016 and we look forward to new opportunities in 2017. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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