The Norway Tamil Film Festival 2010 presented the following the film awards:
The people choice Award to Myshkin's " Nandhalala "
The Sun Award to S.Lenin's "1999" (From
The Most Popular Film Award to Sasikumar's " Subramaniyapuram"
The Most Appreciated Film Award to SP.Jhananathan's "Peranmai"
The Film that touched the Hearts of everyone to Samuthirakani's " Nadodigal"
This is the first ever festival of its kind to be held for the Tamil film industry, and we are proud to be pioneering and holding it in
We are very fortunate to have a number of special guests attend this event. We had four famous directors who have graced us with their presence all the way from Chennai,
Tamil films are no longer hidden in the background, and even
Ayngaran International, who is playing a key role in distributing Tamil films across the world have given their support to this event and we are grateful that Mr. Haran from Ayngaran was also able to join us here for the last day event.
The idea of this festival was to bring films that are based more on story than commercialism, from Directors who are not afraid to be different. We have screened 13 films, all of this nature. All of these films dared to stand out. They are carefully chosen films, with a variety of themes, such as culture, patriotism, friendship, romance and family values. They have shown all aspects of our lives, from adult to children, from the rich palaces to the slums.
On the last day i.e. 9th Feb, there was an awards ceremony and the Film Makers who made a difference were recognized. The first award was the People's Choice Award, which was selected based on the voting by the people who attended. The second award was the Midnight Sun Award, which was awarded to the film produced based on real story. The third one was the most popular film, which attracted the largest audience for the film screening.
There was allso the Most Appreciated Film by Journalists and An award for the Heart touching film Award.
We wish to thank Moser Baer Entertainment for the coordination in
We wish to thank you all for giving us the good coverage in the media for the festival and we hope you will report the Awards event also.
We seek your encouragement to this new initiative to make it bigger and better in 2011. We will be happy to see you all in this festival one day!!
VN Music Dreams
Norway Tamil Film Festival
VN MUSIC DREAMS
Norway Tamil Film Festival – 2010
Tamil Cinema has progressed considerably in the last two decades and competing with World Cinema on quality of production and content.
Tamil cinema today is a benchmark for several other film industries in India.
To celebrate the progress of Tamil Cinema and to give an opportunity to see the latest films in theatres, we are happy to organize a festival under the name “Tamil Film Festival 2010” in Norway.
This will be an annual feature subject to the response of the Tamil people of Norway for this festival.
We are planning to screen the following highly acclaimed Tamil films during the Festival between 6th February to 9th February 2010 at Filmenshus Kino , Oslo, Norway.
The date-wise screening will be as follows:
6th February 2010
10 a.m. – Rasu Madhuravan’s “Mayandi Kudumbathar”
13 p.m. – SP. Jananathan’s “Peranmai”
16 p.m. – Mishkin’s “Anjathey”
19 p.m. – Cheran's Pokkisham
21.40 p.m. – Sasi’s “Poo”
7th February 2010
11 a.m. – Stephen's “Meendum” (Norway)
13 p.m. – SP.Jhananathan's "Ee"
16 p.m. – S.Lenin’s “1999” (Canada)
8th February 2010
13 p.m. – Sasikumar’s “Subramaniapuram”
16 p.m. – Ameer's "Yogi"
19 p.m. – Sasikumar Produced “Pasanga”
21.40 p.m. – Samuthirakani’s “Nadodigal” Starring Sasikumar
9th February 2010
16 p.m. – Mishkin’s “Nandalala”
During the festival, we will have the presence of eminent Directors from Tamil Nadu, who will be present during the screening of their film and will also be participating in an interactive session with the audience on their films.
The following Directors have confirmed their participation:
On 09th February 2010 at 8.00p.m. we will be hosting a felicitation function to all the Directors who attend the festival at the venue ….
During the screening, we will be doing a simple survey to find out the ratings of the films and based on the “People Choice Survey”, the following awards will be given to the films screened during the festival.
We welcome your participation in the festival.
For Tamil Film Festival in Norway – 2010,
Director, VN Music Dreams