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160 articles available in total starting from 15/03/2018. Last article published on 19/11/2021.

Swan Song, The Man Who Sold His Skin and CODA win awards at Haugesund

Swan Song, The Man Who Sold His Skin and CODA win awards at Haugesund

The festival prizes were given out on Thursday night, reflecting a whole spectrum of critic, audience and ecumenical preferences, and more  

27/08 | Haugesund 2021 | Awards

Flee, Any Day Now, Alma, Tigers and Gunda nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize

Flee, Any Day Now, Alma, Tigers and Gunda nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize

Refugee topics take centre stage among the five strong nominees for the 2021 Nordic Council Film Prize, unveiled in Haugesund today  

24/08 | Haugesund 2021

The Painter and the Thief comes out on top at the 2021 Amandas

The Painter and the Thief comes out on top at the 2021 Amandas

The triple win for Benjamin Ree’s film, with additional gongs for Gunda and Generation Utøya, means a strong year for documentaries at the Norwegian national film awards  

23/08 | Haugesund 2021 | Awards

Haugesund unveils its 2021 festival programme

Haugesund unveils its 2021 festival programme

A-list festival favourites, the Amanda Awards and, at long last, A-ha – it’s all part of plan A at Norway’s biggest film gathering, which boasts a real return to form  

13/08 | Haugesund 2021

Sergei Loznitsa • Director of Babi Yar. Context

Interview: Sergei Loznitsa • Director of Babi Yar. Context

“These people were like dust underground and for 80 years, nothing was done about it”

CANNES 2021: The director turns his attention to a dark historical event that Europe has long tried to ignore and forget  

19/07 | Cannes 2021 | Special Screenings

Review: Memoria

Review: Memoria

CANNES 2021: World-class champion of sensory cinema Apichatpong Weerasethakul is back in fine shape, aided by Tilda Swinton and some highly fructiferous Colombian plant life  

16/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Asghar Farhadi  • Director of A Hero

Interview: Asghar Farhadi • Director of A Hero

“When people say, ‘You’re on TV,’ it means you’re on the side of the government”

CANNES 2021: The Iranian director, quite the hero himself, is back in his home country after his Spanish sojourn Everybody Knows  

14/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Mia Hansen-Løve  • Director of Bergman Island

Interview: Mia Hansen-Løve • Director of Bergman Island

“You’d think his almighty presence would feel very intimidating, but to me it was the opposite”

CANNES 2021: Not just an homage to the mega-auteur of cinema and his mythical home, the French director’s film is also a homecoming of sorts for her  

14/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Eskil Vogt  • Director of The Innocents

Interview: Eskil Vogt • Director of The Innocents

“Because children are still ‘unfinished’, they make for very interesting storytelling”

CANNES 2021: The Norwegian filmmaker tells us more about his chilling childhood tale, which he wrote and directed himself  

13/07 | Cannes 2021 | Un Certain Regard

Review: Petrov’s Flu

Review: Petrov’s Flu

CANNES 2021: Two-and-a-half hours of Russianness at its most feverish, when served right, can be quite a sight, as proven by Kirill Serebrennikov  

13/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

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