• Creators behind ‘The Bridge’ launch new drama

    A new crime drama titled Spring Tide (Springfloden) has been announced by those behind Filmlance international and writing dueo Rolf & Cilla Börjlind (known for writing the Arne Dahl and Beck series). The drama, to be produced for SVT, is based on Börjlind’s crime novel, which follows detective Tom Stilton and Police Academy Cadet Olivia Rönning. The main crime of

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  • Nordic films at the Edinburgh International Film Festival

    The line-up for the 69th Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has been unveiled by new artistic director Mark Adams. This year’s EIFF (June 17-28) will comprise 164 features from 36 countries, including 24 world premieres, eight international premieres, 16 European premieres and 84 UK premieres. Here are the Nordic films heading to the festival: The Newsroom:

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  • TrustNordisk sells ‘The Last King’ worldwide

    Press release:  The upcoming Norwegian adventure film THE LAST KING tempts buyers from all over the world. After a promo-screening at the Marché du Film in Cannes, buyers have been lining up to acquire the epic Scandinavian film from TrustNordisk. TrustNordisk has now sold THE LAST KING to Italy (Minerva Pictures Group), Czech Republic (Film

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  • Norwegian films in focus at TIFF

    The Transilvania International Film Festival, or TIFF, is to be held in Romania at the end of this month – and they plan to show some love to Norwegian cinema. In total 16 Norwegian films will be shown at the festival, including Ole Giaevers Out of Nature, which features on the cover of our magazine. The films

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  • Swedish Film Institute releases statistics for 2014

    Press release: Streamed film has made a serious breakthrough. Families with children are an increasingly important target group for cinemas. Interest in Nordic movies is rising internationally. However 2014 was also a tough year for producers, and a year of success as well as new obstacles to gender equality in Swedish film. This is all

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