• IRON SKY picked up by SF Studios

    Scandinavian production house SF Studios has picked up the Nordic rights to the film Iron Sky: The Coming Race, which is the sequel from cult hit Iron Sky. Twenty years after the events of Iron Sky, the former Nazi Moonbase has become the last refuge of mankind. Earth was devastated by a nuclear war but buried deep under the

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  • Thomas Vinterberg starts new movie

    The Danish auteur and Dogme95 co-creator Thomas Vinterberg has started filming his new film, Kursk. The story, which was written by Robert Rodat (Saving Private Ryan), is based on a true story. It is about the K-141 KURSK, a Russian flagship nuclear-powered submarine that sank to the bottom of the Barents Sea in August 2000. 23

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  • Nordic films at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival 4th April – 16th April 2017

    About the festival The Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival was created as a venue for horror, thriller and science fiction films. When? 4th April – 16th April 2017 Where? Brussels, Belgium Festival info: http://www.bifff.net/ Denmark Small Town Killers Directed by Ole Bornedal Ib and Edward, two tradesmen, are tired of their lifeless marriages and dream of living the good
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  • LevelK sells LAW OF THE LAND around the world

    The Finnish film Law of the Land has been sold around the world by Danish sales agency LevelK. The film, directed by Jussi Hiltunen, has sold to China (Lemon Tree Media), Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg (Just Entertainment) and the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Moldova, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Albania and Bulgaria (HBO Central Europe).

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  • Joachim Trier’s new film selling in Berlin

    After the huge success of 2015’s Louder Than Bombs, Joachim Trier‘s new film has proven to be popular several months before its theatrical release. His upcoming film, titled Thelma, is currently being sold by Paris-based sales company Memento Films. The film has been sold to Italy (Teodora), Benelux (Imagine), Baltics (Scanorama), Portugal (Alambique), Greece (Seven),Turkey (Bir Film), Poland

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