• Kristoffer Borgli talks DRIB

    We know you for your excellent short film, Whateverest. In what ways is Drib similar/different to Whateverest? I guess a key commonality with Whateverest and DRIB is that I appropriate the personality and life of a person close to me, and turn them into my film characters, only changing certain things. DRIB is totally different

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  • Last Men in Aleppo

    The Syrian War has brought out several documentaries on the subject, particularly from the Nordic region. This number of documentaries that display the monstrosities of the war can become overwhelming to audiences, but nonetheless, they are necessary to screen. A standout candidate has emerged in Feras Fayyad’s Last Men in Aleppo, a portrait of the

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  • Danish documentary BOBBI JENE wins at Tribeca

    The Danish documentary Bobbi Jene has won three awards at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. The film won Best Documentary Feature, Best Documentary Cinematography, and the film’s editor, Adam Nielson, won the Best Documentary Editing prize. The jury of the Documentary Feature competition stated: “In a diverse field of worthy films, one work captivated

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  • Grey Violet – Odd One Out: Interview with director Reetta Aalto

    This article is part of the new issue of Cinema Scandinavia and is free to read online for one week. To read this article (and many other great ones!), please order a copy of our magazine or become a member.  Directed by Reetta Aalto / Produced by Liisa Juntunen for Napafilms / Country: Finland Language:
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