• Oskar’s America

    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.  There are at least a couple of foibles to which family films are prone to

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  • House of Norway

    The current refugee crisis is one of biggest concerns of the present time in Europe, as new bulletins and the written press focus attention on vessels sinking in the Mediterranean en route and refugee camps placed on national borders, such as the Calais jungle. It is, therefore, no surprise to see these narratives and stories
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  • Law of the Land

    Law of the Land marks the feature-length debut of Jussi Hiltunen, an up-and-coming director who is sure to make a lasting impression on the international film scene. Taking the helm here as both writer and director, Hiltunen has created an impressive, arresting, and engrossing contemporary Western that explores fascinating questions of national and individual identities
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