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Nouvago Capital AB investments dominate the Swedish film year 2012

More than two out of three cinema visitors in Sweden chose, during 2012, to see a Swedish film financed by Nouvago Capital. Of the ticket sales for film produced in Sweden Nouvago Capital has part in 67,51 percent. Until the end of September 2012, 23 Swedish produced films* were shown in movie theatres, with a total of 2 689 068 visitors, where Nouvago Capital's part were 1 815 303 out of these.

The Swedish investment company Nouvago Capital has invested in six of the seven most viewed Swedish feature films in movie theatres, from January to September 2012. With titles such as Hamilton- I nationens intresse, En gång i Phuket, Cockpit, The Stig-Helmer Story, Simon and the Oaks and Hamilton- Men inte om det gäller min dotter Nouvago Capital has manifested itself as one of the main investors on the Swedish market, regarding the film sector.

Since the first successful film investment Snabba Cash in 2010, Nouvago Capital has had 10 films shown in movie theatres, with 18 Guldbagge nominations (the 'Swedish Oscars') as well as international awards.

-    We are very proud of our investments and are delighted to the successes, for all of the involved parties, says Frank Bonn, CEO Nouvago Capital. Swedish film production is a dynamic industry in great advancement and we are looking forward to continue to work as a part of it, continues Frank Bonn.

Upcoming film investments for Nouvago Capital are award winning Michael Marcimains Call Girl, the comedy Mammas Pojkar by Ulf Malmros and Skumtimmen, Daniel Alfredson's screen adaptation of Johan Theorin's award winning thriller.

*Refers to films with more than 1 000 visitors

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