• LAND OF THE FREE to compete at Karlovy Vary

    The Danish documentary Land of the Free has been selected to compete at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. The film, which is directed by Camilla Magid, will compete in the documentary competition. Land of the Free follows ex-prisoners in the US trying to enter society and rebuild their lives. In the economically depressed neighbourhoods of South Central Los

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  • Festival in Czech Republic to showcase Swedish film

    The 43rd Summer Film School Festival, which is held in Uherské Hradiště in the Czech Republic, will showcase Swedish films at the event. “We have been looking forward to Sweden because its cinematography is incredibly rich and interesting, both historically and at present,” LFS programme director Iva Hejlickova told the Prague monitor.  The festival will show

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  • TOM OF FINLAND Sold to Major Territories Around the World

    The new Finnish film Tom of Finland has been sold to several countries around the world, Variety Reports. Peccadillo Pictures has picked up the film for a United Kingdom release, and film has also been sold to Australia (Palace Films), Spain (Festival Films), France (Rezo Films), Germany (Pandastorm), Scandinavia (Non Stop), Portugal (Cinemundo), Taiwan (Cineplex), Baltics (Estin Films),

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  • Heartstone wins the Grand Prix at Febiofest

    It seems every week we are writing about a new award that Icelandic film Heartstone has won. Over the weekend the film, directed by Gudmundur Arnar Gudmundsson, won the Grand Prix at Febiofest, the Prague International Film Festival. The festival is known for its love of Icelandic film; this marks the third year in a row where

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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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