The filmproduction company Incitus was founded in 2002 by Jarle Bjørknes and Kim Henning Bjorheim.
The first years Incitus produced primarily commissioned, corporate and short films, but then changed focus to feature films and feature documentaries. In 2008 the company premiered its first fiction feature film.
Since 2008, Incitus have primarily produced feature length films and these have founded a continuous and central part of Incitus business. However, part of the overhead costs of the company is financed by adapting and versioning existing films into new markets by translation, subtitling, dubbing and packaging into several digital formats and platforms.
As Kim Henning Bjorheim got married and moved abroad in 2007, Jarle Bjørknes acquired the full share capital of the company and and today runs the company, while developing and producing projects in collaboration with a well established network of writers and directors.
Incitus aims at bringing stories to the screen that are relevant and rooted in real-life and have a capacity to entertain and audience and cater to a commercial market.