A world famous trip on a raft across the Pacific was turned into an Oscar nominated film during a six-nation, water-bound shoot. READ MORE
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The award still goes to a single country, even as the movie business becomes an increasingly multinational affair. READ MORE
The Salt Company is handling worldwide sales for the Viking action tale from director Claudio Faeh. READ MORE
The lineup of the Swedish fest also includes "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" and a life-time achievement honor for German director Margarethe von Trotta. READ MORE
The company is run by "Dead Snow" producer Espen Horn, "The Mortal Instruments" director Harald Zwart and "Kon-Tiki" helmers Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg. READ MORE
The Norwegian Oscar candidate will kick off the Scandinavian film festival on October 31. READ MORE
The real-life adventure tale, screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, is the country's most-expensive film ever. READ MORE
Norway's most expensive screen production to date is a visually striking re-creation of Thor Heyerdahl’s daring trip across the Pacific on a primitive raft. READ MORE
New trailer for Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg's new film 'Kon-Tiki'. READ MORE
True-life adventure tale is the most expensive Norwegian film ever.
In 1947 an explorer floated a balsa wood raft 4,300 miles across the Pacific to prove that it could have been done in pre-Columbian times.
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