[movie] The United States accounts for half of all the around 230 films that have been shown in Norwegian cinemas over the past year. In comparison, only 13 films came from countries outside the West. Two came from Africa. But what is really happening on the film front outside the West?
- We see an increasing tendency for countries that basically do not have the infrastructure to make films, to do so anyway, says Kjetil Lismoen, editor of the film industry magazine Rushprint.
New technology has made it easier to create and distribute films with simple means. This vitality comes among other films from the South, which will take place in Oslo from 5-15. October, for good.
- The DVD revolution is a blessing. . .
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