• IRON SKY picked up by SF Studios

    Scandinavian production house SF Studios has picked up the Nordic rights to the film Iron Sky: The Coming Race, which is the sequel from cult hit Iron Sky. Twenty years after the events of Iron Sky, the former Nazi Moonbase has become the last refuge of mankind. Earth was devastated by a nuclear war but buried deep under the

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  • Alicia Vikander to voice Moomins in new film

    Possibly the most Scandinavian title ever? Swedish actress and Academy Award-winner Alicia Vikander is set to voice two Moomins in the upcoming Moomins motion picture titled Moomins and the Winter Wonderland. Vikander will voice Little My and Sorry-oo, and Stellan Skarsgård will voice Moominpoppa. He is also executive producing the film. Moomins are Finnish storybook characters

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  • LevelK boards Sami film for children

    The first Sami-inspired film for children is coming, and Danish sales agency LevelK has boarded the film. Titled Sáve, the original screenplay is a fantasy-adventure drama inspired by Sami mythology. A girl, Sáve, who recently lost her mother under mysterious circumstances, goes on a magical and dangerous journey into the mythical Sami underworld. Sáve will be produced by Storyline

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  • The Yellow Affair brings genre to Cannes

    The Finnish-Swedish sales agency The Yellow Affair is bringing two Nordic genre films to the Cannes Market. The first of the two is Robin, a Danish psychological thriller about a traumatised woman who is found in a forest and claims to have witnessed a murder. The police cannot find anything to back her story, yet Robin

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