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Finalist at 16th annual VIMFF

February 9, 2013

Dear Vancouver,

We would love to be present during the screening of our film; The Impossible River Journey at the 16th annual Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (VIMFF). But this time we have to plan further journeys for future films. It’s an honor to be a finalist.

Screening program:
Matinee 1: Adventures in the Southern Hemisphere
Saturday February 9th, 3:00pm

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Un Viking en Afrique du Sud at France 5

January 9, 2013

Our mini-series The Impossible River Journey / Un Viking en Afrique du Süd are screened several times in January and February 2013 at France 5.

We hope you enjoy our portrait of South Africa and the refugee Joseph. And of course, Helge Hjelland, our adventurer of rivers and hearts.

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The Impossible River Journey teaser

October 4, 2011

Finally we’ve got an english subtitled teaser for The Impossible River Journey. A DVD with extra material is currently at the Department of Latency. It’s gonna be exciting to see when that’s gonna be finished.

Please enjoy and spread around this link.

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Mentioned in RealScreen & TodoTV News

January 25, 2011

The Realscreen magazine has mentioned our film; The Impossible River Journey as one of the documentaries  to watch out for at the upcoming North American market; NATPE in Miami on January 24 to 26.

We are also mentioned in TodoTV News.

We are excited about the presence of our distribution partner Nordic World AS at the North American television market.

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In the Shadows of Apartheid first episode

April 16, 2010

Joseph, a refugee from South Sudan, becomes Helge's partner down the Tugela River.

The second edit of In the Shadows of Apartheid‘s first episode is soon ready. In this episode we follow Helge Hjelland down the Tugela Falls, the worlds second largest waterfall, and further down the Tugela River to the Indian Ocean.

It’s a spectacular journey where Helge Hjelland meets Joseph, a refugee from South Sudan. They become partners down the river. We are impressed by both and excited about doing some test screenings in the following days.

Still much remains, both the music score and animation sequences are not set, but they are close and on the way.

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