Filmrommet skolekino - a new film dissemination service for school cinema

On the occasion of Den store skolekinodagen (The Great School Cinema Day) on February 13th, Norgesfilm AS and the Norwegian Film Institute (NFI) have launched a new school cinema service, Filmrommet skolekino. The service contains teaching aids for selected films and it is free to use for the schools.

Through Filmrommet skolekino, pupils and teachers have free access to varied teaching aids based on films such as Ibelin, Guardians of the tundra and convoy. It will gradually be supplemented with more teaching programs for films that are suitable for pupils and teachers from primary school up to upper secondary school.

We are proud to present a modern dissemination service for shool cinema. In addition to linking the films to key values in the curriculum, we want to highlight the value of film as an artistic expression. We also hope that the service will contribute to more children and young people having good cinema experiences," says Anders Koppang-Grønn, CEO of Norgesfilm AS.


Screenshot from Filmrommet skolekino.


The new school cinema service is run in close editorial collaboration between Norgesfilm and NFI, and Norgesfilm has overall editorial responsibility. A committee has also been set up with representatives from the cinema industry to assist editorially in the selection of films. The background for the service is NFI's overall strategy of focusing on children and young people. 

Want to read more about the new school cinema service?

  • On NFI's website you can read more about the new school cinema service.
  • The interdisciplinary journal about art for children and young people, Periskop, published a major article about Den store skolekinodagen and Filmrommet skolekino - read the article here (


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