To Norway, Home of Giants
To Norway, Home of Giants (Norwegian: For Norge, Kiæmpers Fødeland) was the Norwegian contribution to the 1979 Rose d'Or in Montreux, where it won two prizes. The short comedy film was directed by Johnny Bergh and Bjørn Sand. The script was written by Knut Aunbu, Johnny Bergh, Bjørn Sand, and Erik Søby.
|To Norway, Home of Giants|
|Directed by||Johnny Bergh|
|Produced by||Tordis Mørkved Aavatsmark|
|Written by||Knut Aunbu|
|Based on||an idea by Marit and Knut Aunbu|
|Edited by||Kjell Andersen|
|Distributed by||Norsk rikskringkasting|
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