A selection of our films
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Fantastic reviews for the film after Tribeca Premiere. Hollywood News
Filmpulse, Screen Daily, VG ( Norwegian)
Magnus Carlsen is widely known as the ‘Mozart of Chess, and unlike many chess grandmasters, he not only possesses an innate ability and a remarkable memory, but he blends those attributes with unrivaled creativity and intuition.
Moskus Film in association with VGTV, Main Island Production and Nordisk Film Production have produced the feature documentary "MAGNUS".
The film premiered at Tribeca Film Festival in New York, 14th of april 2016 and will be released in cinemas September 2. Directed by Benjamin Ree
The Prince of Chess
At the age of 13, Magnus Carlsen was the world's youngest Chess Grand Master. The Carlsen family sublet their house for a year in order to travel the world with Magnus and help him fulfill his potential as a world class chess player. We follow him through important tournaments as well as daily life, trying to understand the workings of his brilliant mind. The film also looks at the game of chess as a player in both cultural history and international politics. Magnus has one ultimate dream: To outwit the chess king above all, World Champion Garry Kasparov - and one day claim that throne for himself. In November 2013 that was just what Magnus did. And now he is two times World Champion.
In November 2016 Magnus will defend his throne again... Directed by Øyvind Asbjørnsen
Premiered at The Norwegian Documentary Film Festival, 2005
The art of the impossible
“The Art of the Impossible” is a special film, documenting the Norwegian painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and inventor Reidar Finsrud. Considered by many as Norway’s most versatile artist. Now he may have achieved the impossible. Following in Leonardo de Vinci’s footsteps, he has created a perpetual motion machine -
a Perpetuum Mobile.
In this documentary we have an opportunity to relate to this exceptional multi-disciplined artist and follow his creative process. Directed by Øyvind Asbjørnsen