The Nordkapp Film Festival in Honningsvåg, Norway features many films with a focus on human rights.
Author: Tove Andersson
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Tove Andersson writes about the National Library of Norway in Oslo and its exhibitions, including one about Norwegian black-metal music.
Tove Andersson writes about the film Let the River Flow, which tells the story of a 1979 protest by Sámi in Norway over water rights.
Tove Andersson writes about the Norwegian dark drama series, Exit, and the dark music by award-winning Tim Scott McConnell that accompanies it.
Tove Andersson writes about the Nordkapptrappa project, building stairs of 1,000 steps up Storfjellet with the help of Sherpas from Nepal.
Tove Andersson shares the theme of this year’s Juleroser, a Norwegian Christmas magazine, edited by beloved actor and singer Herborg Kråkevik.
Tove Andersson reports on Nordkapp municipality winning in court for the right to move freely in nature after a long battle with corporations.
Roald Amundsen’s private diary is published and a Norwegian wins a trip to the South Pole in what would have been Amundsen’s 150th birthday.