Filming in Oslo

Once a forgotten town in Scandinavia, shadowed by its neighboring capitals Copenhagen and Stockholm has in the past years become a bustling city in the Nordics and one of the fastest growing cities in Europe. Oslo has a great lively mix of urban life with abundant nature and great quality of life. Oslo is the financial and political capital of the Kingdom of Norway.

In 2019 Oslo was elected as the European Green Capital due to its commitment on creative solutions to become a more sustainable and greener city. The capital is a compact city with 700 thousand inhabitants surrounded by forests and mountains open to the Oslo fjord.

The uniqueness of Oslo is the balance between its historical, artistic, and modern urban settings makes it remarkably interesting for journalists, filmmakers, photographers to come to this yet undiscovered and fascinating city.

Some of the stories and topics to feature Oslo.

  • Opening of the new Edvard Munch’s Museum Spring 2021.

  • Oslobukta (Sørenga and Bjørvika) new cultural and food hub.

  • Remarkable differences between West and East Oslo. Oslo’s neighborhoods.

  • Immigration and integration

  • 2021 the 10 years of the terror attacks of Oslo and Utøya.

  • Oslo the European Green Capital 2019

  • Winter sports and Holmenkollen Ski Jump

  • National Day 17th of May.

  • Architecture and design

  • Norwegian personalities. Jo Nesbø, Edvard Munch, Gustav Vigeland, Henrik Ibsen.

  • Contradictions of the Nobel Peace Prize.

  • Telegrafen the new food hub of Oslo. To be opened in 2021.