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Here are the first round of winners of Norway’s Gullruten Awards

The winners of the Gullruten Awards for the various television departments have been announced, with Borderliner, Stories From Norway and Home Ground the big winners of the night.

The main awards will be held at the Grieg Hall in Bergen on the 5th of May 2018.

The winners are:

Best Director: Television Drama

  • En natt dir. Øystein Karlsen
  • Borderliner dir. Gunnar Vikene
  • Home Ground dir. Arild Andresen

Best Photography: Television Drama

  • Aber Bergen: Tore Vollan
  • Borderliner: Håvard Karlsen and John-Erling Fredriksen
  • Stories from Norway: Magnus Flåto

Best Script: Television Drama

  • Home Ground: Johan Fasting
  • Shame: Julie Andem
  • Zombielars: Thomas Seeberg Torjussen

Best Director: Single Camera

  • 69 Minutes of 86 Days: Egil Håskjold Larsen
  • Focal Point: Race Warriors: Jørn Nordstrøm and Henrik Evertson
  • When We Ruled the Country: Tommy Gulliksen

Best Director: Multi-camera 

  • A-HA Unplugged: Kim Power City
  • Nobel Peace Prize Concert: Nicolai Sørensen
  • Are We Going to Dance: Lars Erik Steffensen

Best Multi-Camera Team

  • MGP Junior: The NRK Team
  • NM in Alpine: The NRK Team
  • Should We Dance: The NRK Team

Best Photography: Single Camera

  • Focal Point: Race Warriors: Jørn Nordstrøm and Henrik Evertson
  • The Date: Runar Blekken
  • Our Little Country: Frank Melhus

Best Graphic Design

  • Lost in Time: Øystein Larsen
  • Monster: Adam Perry, Alex Finch
  • Takin ‘ova: Mikael Noguchi, Hans Lukas Hansen, Åsmund Hasli

Best Editing: Documentary

  • Focal point: Race Warriors: Jørn Nordstrøm and Henrik Evertson
  • Fjord Cowboys: Erik Andersson
  • St. Halvardhjemmet: Lisa Ekberg

Best Editing: TV Drama

  • Borderliner: Silje Nordseth, Morten Rørvig, Per-Erik Eriksen, Martin Stolt
  • Stories from Norway: Stig Lunde
  • Young Loving: Thomas Grotmol, Trude Lirhus and Karsten Meinich

Best Editing: Entertaiment

  • Everything for Norway: Lars Bråtho
  • License Controller and Life: Karl Pontus Wesøe 
  • Ramm and Tørnquist rescues Norway: Gørill Hansen

Best Costume/Make-up

  • Christmas in Blodfjell: Michelle Johansson, Hanne Iveland Henriksbø
  • Stories from Norway: Ida Astero Welle, Solveig Aksnes
  • Viking Islands: Lise Sandberg

Best Sound Production/Sound Design

  • Home Ground: Renate Bakke, Magnus Thorkildsen, Jan Dalehaug for Motlys
  • P3Gull: Gaute Nistov, Øystein Halvorsen, Øistein Norden
  • Stjernekamp: Jørn Kristian Dahl

Best Lighting Design/Scenography/Production Design

  • Aurora in Nidarosdomen: Silje Grimstad, Dag Samuelsen, Roar Aaronsen
  • Monster: Lina Nordquist
  • TV 2 News and sports studio: Anders Tomren and Eivind Netland

Best Original Music

  • Heart of Gold: Jon Platou Selvig
  • Monster: Magnus Beite
  • Stories from Norway: Lars Bleiklie Devik, Bård Ylvisåker, Vegard Ylvisåker
Emma Vestrheim

Emma Vestrheim is the editor-in-chief of Cinema Scandinavia. Originally from Australia, she is now based in Bergen, Norway, and attends major Nordic film festivals to conduct interviews and review new films.