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Films / Sweden


17 articles available in total starting from 26/08/2002. Last article published on 04/04/2017.

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The Nile Hilton Incident: A relevant, atmospheric thriller

The Nile Hilton Incident: A relevant, atmospheric thriller

Centring on a police case, the film also comments on the events that led to the Arab Spring  

04/04/2017 | Films | Sweden

The Man Behind the Throne: The man who invented Smooth Criminal’s moves

The Man Behind the Throne: The man who invented Smooth Criminal’s moves

The documentary, directed by Swedish Kersti Grunditz retraces Vincent Paterson’s extraordinary career as choreographer to Michael Jackson and Madonna. In competition at the Bologna Biografilm  

12/06/2013 | Films | Sweden

Swedish crime drama Call Girl in competition at TIFF

Swedish crime drama Call Girl in competition at TIFF

Mikael Marcimain's first feature vies for an important award at Romania's biggest film festival  

05/06/2013 | Films | Sweden

The Expedition to the End of the World, a documentary adventure

The Expedition to the End of the World, a documentary adventure

Hardly two years after his first documentary, the gifted Daniel Dencik proposes a fascinating and unconventional adventure film  

28/03/2013 | Films | Denmark/Sweden

Bergamo Film Meeting: an eccentric friendship in Good Luck

Bergamo Film Meeting: an eccentric friendship in Good Luck

Good Luck. And Take Care of Each Other is Jens Sjögren’s debut, running in competition at the festival  

12/03/2013 | Films | Sweden

After 13 million people watch the trailer, Las Palmas finally reaches TV

After 13 million people watch the trailer, Las Palmas finally reaches TV

"You've probably heard that teenage drinking ages have been reduced, but this is ridiculuos," said US comedian and talkshow host Jay Leno, when he saw the trailer for Swedish director Johannes...  

22/12/2011 | Films | Sweden

Classical pathos moves Novković’s White White World

Classical pathos moves Novković’s White White World

Oleg Novković’s White White World is a classical Greek tragedy packed into a Balkan film. It is precisely this classical quality that provides the enormous strength that juries in Locarno, Cottbus...  

03/12/2010 | Films | Serbia/Germany/Sweden

Kling asks for audiences’ Trust

Kling asks for audiences’ Trust

Johan Kling, who made his breakthrough in 2007 with Darling, has again chosen Stockholm and a jazzy score to set the mood for his new film, Trust Me, released last Friday on 38 Swedish screens by...  

23/08/2010 | Films | Sweden

Swedish genre film Corridor in competition at Brussels fest

Generally consigned to thematic film festivals, with a rather specific audience and market, genre cinema found its place among the titles presented in competition at the Brussels Film Festival,...  

28/06/2010 | Films | Sweden

Estoril F.F.: An unusual summer for Edfeldt’s Girl

Estoril F.F.: An unusual summer for Edfeldt’s Girl

The touching The Girl, the debut film by Swedish director Frederik Edfeldt (see interview), has received special mentions at numerous festivals, from Berlin to Athens, from Reykjavik to Montreal....  

12/11/2009 | Films | Sweden

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