Norwegian Film Institute

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Norsk filminstitutt
Filmens Hus dronningensgt oslo IMG 8672.JPG
Filmens hus, the NFI headquarters in Oslo
Formation 3 May 1955; 63 years ago (1955-05-03)
Type Government agency
Headquarters Oslo, Norway
Coordinates 59°54′34″N 10°44′45″E / 59.90944°N 10.74583°E / 59.90944; 10.74583Coordinates: 59°54′34″N 10°44′45″E / 59.90944°N 10.74583°E / 59.90944; 10.74583
Region served
Norway
Official language
Norwegian
CEO
Sindre Guldvog
Parent organization
Royal Norwegian Ministry of Culture
Staff
100
Website www.nfi.no

The Norwegian Film Institute (Norwegian: Norsk filminstitutt) was founded in 1955 to support and develop the Norwegian film industry. On 1 April 2008, it was merged with Norwegian Film Fund, Norwegian Film Development, and Norwegian Film Commission to form the "'new' Norwegian Film Institute" under the auspices of the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Culture.[1]

The NFI is a member of the International Federation of Film Archives, the International Council of Educational Media, European Film Academy, and Scandinavian Films, and represents Norway in Eurimages and the European Audiovisual Observatory.

A large amount of the library's archives are stored in a high-security bunker in Mo i Rana.[2]

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  1. ^ "A Brief History of the Norwegian Film Institute". Norwegian Film Institute. 8 April 2011. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Lost 1927 Disney Christmas film found in Norway". The Guardian. 11 December 2014. Retrieved 13 December 2014. 

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