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1039 articles available in total starting from 06/06/2002. Last article published on 03/08/2020.

Review: Journey to Utopia

Review: Journey to Utopia

This experiential documentary follows in the footsteps of a family who are aware of a need for change - albeit complicated on an individual level - in support of the ecological struggle  

03/08 | Atlàntida Film Fest 2020

Kristian Håskjold • Director of Crocodile Tears

Interview: Kristian Håskjold • Director of Crocodile Tears

“I believe in the philosophy that all people need humour in their lives even in the critical parts of their lives”

We chatted with Kristian Håskjold to find out more about his short film Crocodile Tears, selected for this year’s European Film Promotion’s Future Frames  

06/07 | Future Frames 2020

Erik Poppe preparing The Emigrants

Erik Poppe preparing The Emigrants

The epic drama, based on Sweden’s beloved classic novel written by Vilhelm Moberg, is slated to begin principal photography in September  

30/06 | Production | Funding | Sweden/Denmark/Norway

Long live the “Fresh Flesh” at the Marché du Film

Long live the “Fresh Flesh” at the Marché du Film

CANNES 2020: Forget Nordic noir – for the rising genre filmmakers from the North, it’s all about folklore these days  

26/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

Scandinavian Films’ first webinar explores new shooting strategies in the time of COVID-19

Scandinavian Films’ first webinar explores new shooting strategies in the time of COVID-19

CANNES 2020: The Marché du Film webinar, entitled “Pandemic Production: Lessons Learned in the Nordics”, saw the participation of four filmmakers from the region  

26/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

Henri Magalon • Producer of Calamity: A Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary

Interview: Henri Magalon • Producer of Calamity: A Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary

"Calamity is the story of a girl in a man’s world"

French firm Maybe Movies’ head Henri Magalon discusses Rémi Chayé’s Calamity: A Childhood of Martha Jane Cannary, which is competing in Annecy  

16/06 | Annecy 2020

LevelK gears up to present its latest slate at Cannes

LevelK gears up to present its latest slate at Cannes

The Danish firm will be selling a highly varied selection, ranging from genre films to biopic dramas and documentaries from various countries  

15/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

TrustNordisk brings Another Round to Cannes

TrustNordisk brings Another Round to Cannes

The Danish firm has secured a spot in the Cannes Official Selection with Thomas Vinterberg’s latest film, while 16 more movies and projects will be sure to delight professionals at the Marché du Film  

12/06 | Cannes 2020 | Marché du Film

Kim Foss  • Distributor, Camera Film

Interview: Kim Foss • Distributor, Camera Film

“This could be a great time for arthouse cinema, because there is so little competition”

We talked to Kim Foss, managing director of Camera Film, about the situation of the Danish distribution market after the lockdown  

09/06 | /Denmark

Review: Reunited

Review: Reunited

Danish filmmaker Mira Jargil's latest documentary is an emotionally and clearly told story of a Syrian refugee family scattered across different continents and struggling to be reunited  

09/06 | Hot Docs 2020

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