• Nordic films coming to Luxembourg

    Luxembourg has a new addition to the film festival calendar with the first Nordic film week set to take over cinema screens from June 2 to 6. The Nordic Film Festival will showcase six films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, with one Luxembourg co-production also in the mix. However, if you’re expecting a

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  • Cannes 2014: Scandinavian Giants Secure Top Production Partnerships

    Rival Scandinavian groups Nordisk Film and Svensk Filmindustri have each inked three-year partnerships with the commercially-oriented production companies Miso Film and StellaNova respectively. Thanks to its new partnership with Copenhagen-based Miso Film, Nordisk Film will have access to the company’s full feature and television line up for Scandinavian distribution and will board the projects at

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  • Odense Film Festival Updates

    Almost 3,000 aspiring filmmakers from around the world have sent their films in for assessment, and among them, the pre-jury selected 92 films that will participate in one of the festival’s three competitions. Festival Manager Birgitte Weinberger has served with the selection panel, and she was delighted with this year’s film program. “I’m really happy

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  • Nordic Networking and Sales in Cannes

    The Danish Film Institute has released an article discussing the success of the Nordic region at Cannes this past week. Read it in Danish here on the translation below: Cannes Film Festival is nothing but glamor and red carpets. It is also a place where newly hatched film producers can meet the more seasoned colleagues and

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  • From Greenland to the Gold Coast

    NEW PRODUCTION. The Gold Coast of Africa makes up the backdrop of Daniel Dencik and Michael Haslund-Christensen’s upcoming film about the Danish 19th century visionary Wulff Joseph Wulff. In their 2013 documentary “Expedition to the End of the World”, director Daniel Dencik and producer Michael Haslund-Christensen ventured to the icy fjords of North East Greenland

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