Norwegian Film School
The Norwegian Film School (NFS) is the first film school in Norway, having been set up in 1997 utilising the media facilities created for the 1994 Winter Olympics. It is part of
Lillehammer University College, which offers TV courses from facilities that incorporate a cinema and two sound stages.
The NFS excels in both research based work and the calibre of students being produced. For example, one student has had a short film (“Tuba Atlantic”) nominated for
an Academy Award.
Lillehammer University College (LUC) is engaged in higher education and research. The college has around 4500 students and over 300 employees. LUC has five main departments: Department of TV-subjects; The Norwegian Film School; Department of Education and Social Studies; Department of Social Sciences; Department of Economics and Organization Theory.
For more information on Norwegian Film School go to www.hil.no/den_norske_filmskolen