Geir Mæland shares his review of The Man who Loved Haugesund, a documentary about Moritz Rabinowitz, a Polish Jew living in Haugesund before World War II.
Author: Geir Mæland
The documentary Mountain Queen follows the Norwegian Queen Sonja on her travels around the mountains of Norway and explores her passion for nature.
Geir Mæland of Films of Norway shares his review of the early Nordic Noir genre film Insomnia, directed by Erik Skjoldbjærg and starring Stellan Skarsgård.
Lutefisk lovers will enjoy The Lutefisk Saga, a documentary about Norwegian-American lutefisk culture and traditions. Uff da!
The world of Viking festivals is a unique one. The documentary To Go Viking goes “behind the scenes” in what goes on during these festivals.
Slapstick comedy fans will enjoy Fools in the Mountains, a Norwegian film set in a mountain hotel during a snowy Easter. Our correspondent shares his review.
Geir Mæland of Films of Norway shares his review of We’re Getting Married, a classic Norwegian film that is sure to bring a smile to your face.
Geir Mæland shares his review of the 2014 film Beatles, a story of four young men in Olso in the height of the Norwegian Beatlemania.
Geir Mæland of Films of Norway in Stavanger reviews Louis and Luca and the Snow Machine, a delightful Christmas movie for the whole family.