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Tickets for Late Night are now available!

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Information

September 25th, 6.30 PM
Sentrum Scene, Oslo

Program

Kevin Vågenes from Parterapi
Linn Skåber from Best Før
Serieprat live podcast
Trailorama - 30 minutes of this falls best trailers

 
 
Photo credit: NRK/Motlys

Photo credit: NRK/Motlys

Sneak peak

For the second time, most of us have acquired a case of Home Ground fever and NRK reports fantastic viewing figures for the football drama.  We at Oslo Series Days would therefore like to invite you to a preview of episodes 6 and 7 of season number two.

Sofa talk

There will also be an exclusive discussion about important themes with series creator Johan Fasting, producer Kathrine Hagen and several of the actors from both season one and two. This is guaranteed to be a hot topic of conversation at future dinner tables – and you are invited!

 
 
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Meeting place

Oslo Series Days is the most important meeting place for those behind the making of Norwegian and Nordic series, and those who love the series being produced. Our ambition is to gather the industry in a joint celebration of all the fantastic work being done in Norway and the North, as well as inspire, through the presentation of international stars during the festival.

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Oslo Series Days features debates, lectures, conversations with various field leaders, masterclasses, works in progress, and the exchange of knowledge and opportunities.

 
 
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About us

Oslo Series Days was organised for the first time in 2016, and has since then become the most important meeting place for the series industry in Scandinavia. The event is a cooperation between Aftenposten, NRK, TV2 and the Norwegian Film Institute.

Previous speakers and contributors

Friends creator Marta Kauffman, Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, Game of Thrones director Jeremy Podeswa, Bloodline creator Todd Kessler, Cecilie Mosli, Kristofer Hivju, Nicolai Cleve-Broch, Ane Dahl Torp, Henriette Steenstrup, Sofia Helin, Josephine Bornebusch, Adam Pålsson, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Tobias Santelmann, Jon Øigarden and many others.

 
Vega Scene. Foto: Johnny Vaet Nordskog

Vega Scene. Foto: Johnny Vaet Nordskog

A two-day festival

Oslo Series Days is a two-day festival and conference with a focus on TV-series. The festival gathers the elite of series-nerds and the people both behind and in front of the cameras in the TV industry. We release Early Bird tickets for sale on 18 March. Ordinary ticket sales begin on 12 April. Welcome to an event fully dedicated to everything ‘series’!

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You will meet some of Scandinavia’s hottest actors, find exciting lectures by several of the TV industry’s biggest personalities, see exclusive previews of autumn’s most anticipated new TV-series and, not least, you can hang out with other series enthusiasts.

The program includes panel debates, stage interviews, and lectures with some of the biggest personalities in the TV industry. This year’s event takes place on the 25th and 26th September.

The inaugural Oslo Series Days (formerly Nordic Series Days) was arranged in autumn 2016, and is a cooperation between Aftenposten, NRK, TV2 and the Norwegian Film Institute. Have a question about this year’s event? Contact Series Days Oslo on Facebook or send an email to line.engelsas@schibsted.com.

 

Venue

Vega Scene

Oslo’s new meeting place for film and theatre, with world class image and audio.
Read more about the Vega Scene on their web site.

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Sentrum Scene

A unique hall with typical functionalist – ‘funkis’ – architecture, and probably the best acoustics in Scandinavia.
Read more about the Sentrum Scene on their web site.

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