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Fjord
Fjord
Norway
Director: Skule ERIKSEN
24 min. 2009 DVD, Colour,
without words
Distributor: Lisbeth Dreyer
Producer: Lisbeth Dreyer
Screenplay: Skule Eriksen
Cinematographer: Skule Eriksen
Music: Oistein Boassen

The film Fjord was shot in Naroyfjord, one of the narrowest fjords of Western Norway. The fjord is one of the main tourist attractions in Norway, and the landscape was included in UNESCOs world heritage list in 2005.

The filmmaker Skule Eriksen wanted to explore visually why this landscape is so famous and considered so valuable. During one year he tried to capture the atmosphere of a landscape with a deep cultural history, but which today is home to only a few people. His aim was purely artistic, as he also wanted to challenge the way we make films about nature.

The film is poetic and rhythmic in its approach to the landscape. It aims to take the audience into the place, rather than only showing it to them. The film has no dialogue.

 

Major screenings, presentations:
  • Minneapolis/St.Paul International Film Festival, USA, April 2010 (world premiere)
  • Cinemambiente, Torino, Italy, 2010
  • Matsalu Nature Film Festival, Estonia, 2010
  • Eco-Etno-Folk, Romania, 2010
  • FIFE, Paris, France, 2010
  • Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival, Nepal, 2010
  • Green Vision, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2010
  • Cinextur, Cáceres, Spain, 2011
  • Envirofilm, Slovakia, 2011
  • Ecozine, Zaragoza, Spain, 2011
  • 47th International Tourfilm Festival, Lecce, Italy, 2011
  • Environmental Film Festival Accra, Ghana, 2011
  • Film, Art & Tourism Festival, Warsaw, Poland, 2011
  • Pärnu Film Festival, Estonia, 2011
  • Gimli International Film Festival, Canada, 2011
  • Document.Art, Romania, 2011
  • XIV Cervino CineMountain, Italy, 2011
  • Inkafest Mountain and Environment Film Festival, Peru, 2011
  • China Animal and Nature Film Festival, Yaan, China, 2011
  • Festival Internacional de Cine de Montaña, Ushuaia, Argentine, 2011
  • Film Festival della Lessinia, Italy, 2011
  • Blue Sea Film Festival, Finland, 2011
  • Voices from the Water, Bangalore, India, 2011
  • Silafest, Serbia, 2011
  • W. Puchalski International Nature Film Festival, Poland, 2011
  • DocUtah, USA, 2011
  • 7th Mountain Film Festival, Zakopane, Poland, 2011
  • European Environment Festival "Green Wave - 21st Century", Bulgaria, 2011
  • IFF Water, Sea and the Ocean, Czech Republic, 2011
  • Przeglad Filmów Gorskich, Poland, 2011
  • Jahorinafest, Bosnia, 2011
  • Ekofilm, Czech Republic, 2011
  • 44th International Tourfilm Festival, Czech Republic, 2011
  • Montana CINE Film Festival, USA, 2011
  • Bergfilm Festival Tegernsee, Germany, 2011
  • Eco Film Fest, Malaysia, 2011
  • Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, USA, 2011
  • 19th International Festival of Mountain Films, Poprad, Slovakia, 2011
  • Sichuan TV Festival, Chengdu, China, 2011
  • Green Screen Fest, Serbia, 2011
  • Miami Short Film Festival, USA, November 2011
  • The Green Screen Film Festival, USA, November 2011
  • Bansko Film Fest, Bulgaria, November 2011
  • Blue Planet Film Fest, USA, November 2011
  • Mendi Film Festival, December 2011
  • DocuDays Beirut, Lebanon, December 2011
  • Brescia Winter Mountain Film, Italy, December 2011
  • Angkor Wat International Film Festival, Cambodia, February 2012
Prizes:
  • Best Photo, Eco-Etno-Folk, Romania, 2010
  • Artistic Merits Award, Green Vision, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2010
  • West Estonia County Film Award, Matsalu Nature Film Festival, Estonia, 2010
  • Best Documentary, Cinextur, Cáceres, Spain, 2011
  • Best Camera Work, Envirofilm, Slovakia 2011
  • Grand Prix for the Best Nature Tourist Film, 47th International Tourfilm Festival, Lecce, Italy 2011
  • Best Tourism Documentary ex aequo, Dokument.Art, Romania 2011
  • Best Ecology Film, Film, Art & Tourism Festival, Warsaw, Poland, 2011
  • Silver Wave Award for Best Ecology Film, Silafest, Serbia 2011
  • Best Sound, International W. Puchalski Nature Film Festival, Poland, 2011
  • Raven Award Short Film - Best Cinematography, DocUtah, USA, 2011
  • 2nd Special Prize of the Jury for the original audio-visual cinematic expression - Jahorinafest, Bosnia, 2011
  • Prix Jury, 44th International Tourfilm Festival, Czech Republic, 2011
  • Best Sound Design, Montana CINE Film Festival, USA, 2011
  • Best Short Documentary, Green Screen Fest, Serbia, 2011
  • Best Environmental Film, Miami Short Film Festival, USA, 2011
Skule ERIKSEN

Skule Eriksen has worked in films for 35 years. He has made documentaries and short films, and has also worked extensively as film editor on feature films, commercials and documentaries.

Many of his films are about nature, and people's relation to nature. In his last three films, and Fjord is one of them, he tries to challenge the way we portrait nature in films.

Selection from director's filmography:

 

  • Mo Sami Valdet (The taking of Samiland) documentary - (Main Prize, Oberhausen, 1984, Grand Prix Golden Dragon, Krákow, 1984, Audience Award, Norwegian Short Film Festival, 1984)
  • Trollskogen/The Magic Wood, 1986 (short fiction for children)
  • Slakteren/The Butcher, 1989 (short fiction for children)
  • Sak 216 B/Case 216 B (documentary) 1998, (Terje Vigen Award, Norwegian Short Film Festival, 1998)
  • Fattighuset/The House of the Poor (documentary for TV) 2001
  • Kriss (documentary for TV) 2003
  • Siste sommer på Hekkingen/Last Summer at Hekkingen (documentary for TV) 2007
  • Vinterlys/Winter Light (documentary 2011)
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