Norwegian company awarded film grant for Bond 25 production services.
The Norwegian Film Institute (NFI) today announced that Truenorth Norway has received a near €5 million grant to handle production services on Bond 25.
Although filming doesn’t appear to be confirmed yet for Norway, the article quotes a representative of the NFI:
“We are pleased that filming of the film with the preliminary title B25 is considering being shot in Norway,” said Stine Helgeland, NFI Executive Director, Promotion & International Relations, confirming that the NOK47m grant is “the largest in the incentive scheme’s history.”
Norway was considered as one of the possible locations for SPECTRE, although the filmmakers eventually elected to go to Austria. From the sound of it we can expect more snow action in Bond 25.
Source: Nordisk Film & TV Fond
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