Nordisk Film is an Egmont electronic media production and distribution group that employs 1,090 people in six countries.
Egmont Nordisk Film is the largest producer and distributor of electronic entertainment in the Nordic region. Nordisk Film incorporates all parts of the value chain in the electronic entertainment world: development, production, marketing and distribution.
Nordisk Film Interactive has the exclusive distribution rights to SONY PlayStation products in the Nordic countries, and is thereby responsible for a substantial business area in the Nordisk Film.
Nordisk Film produces and co-produces national and international feature films in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, which are distributed to cinemas around the Nordic countries, including Nordisk Film Cinemas in Denmark and Norway with approximately 16.000 seats. The films are also distributed internationally for viewing in cinemas, on video and on television. Additionally, Nordisk Film produces animated content and feature films.
Egmont Nordisk Film's TV departments develop and produce some of the most popular TV programmes in the Nordic countries and sell their TV programmes worldwide.
Egmont Nordisk Film's commercial production company, Locomotion, is behind many commercials for screening in cinemas and on television and also produce music videos both for the Nordic and the international market.
Nordisk Film Distribution handles and distributes the rights to own productions, a number of local films as well as independent productions. In addition to this, Nordisk Film has a co-operation with Columbia TriStar in regards to theatrical distribution. Egmont Nordisk Film is behind approximately one in every 5 theatrical films and their Video Distribution is a major player in the Nordic countries and our TV Distribution not only handles the sales and distribution of film rights and entertainment formats in the Nordic countries, they also manage the sales of rights around the world for the majority of Scandinavia’s most well-known film producers.
The total revenues in 2003 amounted to approximately € 345 million.