Thomas Robsahm's S.O.S. leads the field in the nominations for the Norwegian Amanda Awards - Norway's equivalent of the Oscars - picking up nods for best picture, best actress and the pan-Nordic Amanda Award.
S.O.S., an Italian-language comedy produced by Norway's Seperanza Film, was nominated twice in the best actress category for both Kjersti Holmen, who was also nominated for Sophie's World, and Jacqueline Lustig.
The awards ceremony will be broadcast live by Norwegian state broadcaster NRK on September 2. The awards are held as part of the Haugesund International Film Festival, which runs from August 26 to September 3.
Full list of nominations:
Misery Harbour (dir: Nils Gaup)
S.O.S. (dir: Thomas Robsahm)
Passing Darkness (Nar Morket Er Forbi) (dir: Knut Erik Jensen)
Mads Ousdal - The Wedding (Bryllupet)
Bjorn Sundquist - Sejer - Se Deg Ikke Tilbake
Karl Vogt - Karl & Co, Sophie's World
Kjersti Holmen - S.O.S., Sophie's World
Jacqueline Lustig - S.O.S.
Andrine Sæther - Eva's Eye
TV series, drama:
Karl & Co (dir: Endre Bjornsen)
Lyckliga Gatan (dir: Mathis Furst)
Sejer - Se Deg Ikke Tilbake (dir: Eva Isaksen)
Uanmeldt Hopper (dirs: John Alfheim, Martin Slaatto)
80 Degrees East Of Birdland (dir: Solvi A. Lindseth)
Blue Java (dir: Morten Holmebakk Evelid)
Noen Sporsmal Om Boksing (dirs: Beate Grimsrud, Stefan Wrenfelt)
Min Ukjente Oldemor (dir: Line Hatland)
Gaten Scandinavian Star (dir: Orjan Karlsen)
The Nordic Amanda (selected by a Nordic jury):
Denmark - Boholms Stemme (dir: Lotte Svendsen)
Finland - Seven Songs From The Tundra (dirs: Anastasia Lapsui, Markku Lehumskallio)
Iceland - 101 Reykjavik (Baltasar Kormakur)
Norway - S.O.S. (dir: Thomas Robsahm)
Sweden - Tsatsiki (dir: Ella Lemhagen)