Geir Mæland reviews the documentary film about World War II, Front Fighters, which tells the stories of Norwegians who fought with Germans.
Author: Geir Mæland
Geir Mæland writes about the classic 1976 movie, Reisen til julesternen (Journey to the Christmas Star), enjoyed by Norwegians every year on TV.
Geir Mæland reviews the documentary, Jesus Lives in Karmøy, about Svein Helge, who wants to preserve the old prayer-house culture in Norway.
Geir Mæland reports on the Norwegian International Film Festival held in Haugesund and two special premieres, The Emigrants and War Sailor.
Geir Mæland reports on three Norwegian films that were presented at the Cannes Film Festival in France in May and all the glamour of the event.
Geir Mæland writes about Toya, a classic Norwegian film that started out as a story on NRK’s radio and included a book and vinyl record, too.
Geir Mæland reviews Julekongen (Valley of Knights), a good vs. evil holiday film made in 2015 that the whole family can enjoy together.
Geir Mæland reviews The Last Norwegian Cowboy, the story of second-generation Norwegian-American John Hoiland, who is 94 and farms in Montana.
Geir Mæland reports on the Bergan International Film Festival (BIFF) in Norway in October and the documentary and short-film winners.
Films of Norway’s Geir Mæland reviews
2012 film, 90 minutter, which shows three men and the last 90 minutes before
they commit cruel and violent acts.