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Göteborg 2019

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Lina Maria Mannheimer  • Director of Mating

Interview: Lina Maria Mannheimer • Director of Mating

“It’s not a film about an experiment, but an experiment that became a film”

Focusing in on “digital natives” and their methods of human interaction, Lina Maria Mannheimer’s Mating presents an anthropological collage, largely created by her filmed subjects themselves  

06/02 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Privacy of Wounds

Review: Privacy of Wounds

Dalia Kury puts three Syrian men in a cell for three days, in the hope that they will reveal truths about their time as political prisoners under the Assad regime  

06/02 | Göteborg 2019

Johannes Nyholm  • Director of Koko-di, Koko-da

Interview: Johannes Nyholm • Director of Koko-di, Koko-da

“People get shocked and moved, and many just sit there in their seats after the ending”

With his second feature, Koko-di, Koko-da, Johannes Nyholm explores grief and claustrophobia with the help of a nursery rhyme in a truly nightmarish setting  

05/02 | Göteborg 2019

Ulaa Salim • Director of Sons of Denmark

Interview: Ulaa Salim • Director of Sons of Denmark

“Every movie should be made within the DNA of a story”

Cineuropa met up with Danish newcomer Ulaa Salim, who competed in Rotterdam's main competition with his thriller drama Sons of Denmark  

05/02 | Rotterdam 2019 | Tiger Competition

Review: Mating

Review: Mating

In her new documentary, Lina Maria Mannheimer is keeping up with the millennials  

05/02 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Golden Youth

Review: Golden Youth

Eva Ionesco’s film delves into her own life-story to talk about adolescent growing pains in bohemian Paris in the late ‘70s  

05/02 | Rotterdam 2019 | Voices

Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein  • Directors of Swoon

Interview: Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein • Directors of Swoon

“You should never do what everyone else is doing”

Cineuropa talked to Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein, the makers of Swoon, chosen as this year’s closing film of the Göteborg Film Festival  

05/02 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Swoon

Review: Swoon

The closing film of the Göteborg Film Festival provides the kind of razzle-dazzle rarely seen this side of Baz Luhrmann  

04/02 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Transnistra

Review: Transnistra

Anna Eborn’s lyrical documentary tale of young love and independence has won big at both the Rotterdam and Göteborg Film Festivals  

04/02 | Rotterdam 2019 | Big Screen Competition

Denmark’s Queen of Hearts wins the Dragon Award Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

Denmark’s Queen of Hearts wins the Dragon Award Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

The movie’s star, Trine Dyrholm, has pocketed the gender-neutral Best Acting Award, with Mia Engberg getting the Audentia Award for Lucky One  

04/02 | Göteborg 2019 | Awards

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