A PERFECTLY NORMAL FAMILY, ANOTHER ROUND and DISCO on Danish and Norwegian Oscar shortlist

Malou Reymann’s A Perfectly Normal Family starring Mikkel Boe Følsgaard and Vinterberg’s Another Round with Magnus Millang and Maria Bonnevie have been shortlisted as two of three pictures that will vie to their entry for the International Feature Film Academy Awards. The Danish Oscar committee will announce the final candidate from the shortlist on November 18. In Norway Jorunn Myklebust Syversen’s acclaimed Disco starring Josefine Frida has the chance to…

ON STAGE | Josefine Frida stars in PÅ VEG TESTIKLESTAD

Due to coronavirus the satirical outdoor show Slaget på Testiklestad at Det Nye Teateret in Trondheim was cancelled this summer. However, the musical creators Bones, Løseth and Havdal have written a brand new version called På veg TeStiklestad starring among others Josefine Frida. På veg TeStiklestad will be performed in the theatre’s gigantic indoor space, where an outdoor experience will be…

Josefine Frida nominated for an Amanda Award and Odd Magnus Williamson to host the award show

Congratulations to Josefine Frida for being nominated Best Actress for her role in Jorunn Myklebust Syversen’s acclaimed drama Disco. The feature stars Josefine Frida as the young Christian dancer Mirjam, who after a collapse begins questioning both her career and her fait. The Amanda Awards are handed out annually at the Norwegian International Film Festival in Haugesund, Norway…

A PERFECTLY NORMAL FAMILY and DISCO selected for Gøteborg Film Festival

For the 32nd time, Göteborg Film Festival will hand out the award for best Nordic film, Dragon Award Best Nordic Film with a prize sum of one million SEK. Amongst the the eight nominees are Jorunn Myklebust Syversen’s Disco starring Josefine Frida as the young Christian dancer Mirjam, who after a collapse begins questioning both her career and her…

Josefine Frida receives the Tokyo Gemstone Award at the Tokyo International Film Festival

Congratulations to Josefine Frida for receiving the talent award Tokyo Gemstone Award at the 32nd Tokyo International Film Festival which took place last week. Her current movie Disco, by Norwegian director Jorunn Myklebust Syversen, also celebrated its Asian premiere in the Competition Section at the Festival. The feature stars Josefine Frida as 19-year-old Mirjam, the world champion in freestyle disco dancing…