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Movies are magic! Everyone has a favorite film, actor, quote and genre. They have helped define our culture, attitudes, style and fashion. Every year we movie-lovers anticipate what stories we will be touched by and what that next favorite cinematic experience will be. Guess! Which movie is going to be Best Film of the year 2014!
Vi ønsker å takke alle sposorene som bidrar til å realisere festivalen.
I Vaseeharan Shivalingam Director of NTFF Committee would like to personally congratulate each and every participant. It’s been really a pleasure in watching all the presentation, most of the documentary and short films are really fantastic, thanks for your interest, efforts and time.
NTFF – Norway Tamil Film Festival (NTFF) announces the dates for the 5th year Global celebration of Tamil Cinema, scheduled over an extended 5-days period from Wednesday April 23rd to Sunday April 27th, 2014.
The 4th Norway Tamil Film Festival, Presented by NTFF & VN Music Dreams proud to announce the short films, Documentary & Music videos selected for screening at Oslo, Norway on 10th march 2013 starting from 14:00Hrs til 21:00Hrs (European Time).
According to the announcement Feb 25th is the last date for submitting short films, according to the announcement, all the creators and film makers must send their short films, documentaries and musical videos on or before the last date mentioned in this notification. For Rules and regulations, mail address and more details please login to www.ntff.no.
Chennai, Feb 19 (UNI) In all 17 Films, including the latest blockbuster Rajnikanth's "Enthiran", and two each in' Special Category' and in 'Evergreen Classics' would be screened in the second Norway Tamil Film Festival (NTTF)-2011 to be held in Oslo from April 20 to 25. 06.04.2011 11:34
The Norway Tamil Film Festival is finally able to publish the eagerly awaited results from the Short Film Competition for the Tamilar Award. This is usually more anticipated than the feature film segments of the festival. This year, the expectations worldwide are far more than the previous two years.
As many as 15 Tamil films have been selected to be screened at the upcoming film festival to be held in Norway in April this year.
The juries of Norway Tamil Film Festival have selected 15 Tamil movies, including Vengayam, Vaagai Sooda Vaa, Azgarsamiyin Kuthirai for its 2012 edition.

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