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
The upcoming Iron Sky film, Iron Sky: The Coming Race, has found an international sales agency in genre label Scoundrel Media. The sci-fi action comedy picks up after a nuclear war has ravaged earth, as survivors of the fight with the Nazis attempt to recolonise earth but must contend with an army of dinosaurs guarding the Holy Grail.
Thomas Vinterberg‘s new film, Kursk, has received a huge boost in funding thanks to the Belga Films Fund. The fund, which is the tax shelter arm of the Belga Films Group, is also funding upcoming films The Queen’s Corgi and the Norman Bates’ upcoming series Over Water. Details of Belga’s involvement were revealed by Fabrice Delville, Founder & General
The upcoming Ruben Östlund film, The Square, has been pre-sold to multiple territories, nordicfilmandtvnews.com writes. The film has been picked up by: Alamode for Germany Magnolia Pictures for the United States of America Curzon/Artifical Eye for the UK Bac Films for France and Benelux Scanbox for the Nordics Film Europe for the Czech Republic and Slovakia Feelgood
A new literature adaptation is coming! The Intrigo trilogy by bestselling Swedish author Hakan Nesser is going to be adapted into an English-language film series. They will be based on his upcoming books Death of an Author, Dear Agnes and Samaria, set to be published in 2018. The English-language films will star Ben Kingsley, Benno Furmann and Swedish actress
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
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).
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