Blått Lerret is a monthly film event where you get the chance to see clips from upcoming Norwegian films and hear what directors, actors and other contributors can tell viewers about the films in question. Blått Lerret is also a great opportunity for a nice get-together with people from the industry and others simply interested in films.
We have gained access to four older, but very brilliant, articles from the set of Into the White – a great look behind the scenes of what looks like the film of the year 🙂 You can find the links for all four articles below – but first, take a look at what Rupert reveals:
It’s fun, but it’s been physical challenging. I wasn’t prepared for it to be this extreme.
“Filming an anti-war film” – read the article here!
“Film stars in action at Hjelle” – here!
“Blew up warplane during film shoot on Strynefjellet” – here!
“Filming a war drama on Strynefjellet” – here!
Thanks to Malene for translating the articles!
You can also look at some “behind the scenes” pictures in our gallery – which are all taken by various Norwegian media such as NRK.no, fjordingen.no, bt.no and smp.no. Among other things, the pictures show how the plane was exploded as well as some extreme weather conditions.
Take a look here!