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917 articles available in total starting from 21/08/2002. Last article published on 26/03/2020.

Review: Bitter Love

Review: Bitter Love

And the ship sails on in Jerzy Sladkowski’s disarming film, even without Fellini’s rhinoceros  

26/03 | CPH:DOX 2020

Göteborg Film Festival’s VoD platform to support arthouse cinemas in the wake of the coronavirus

Göteborg Film Festival’s VoD platform to support arthouse cinemas in the wake of the coronavirus

The Draken Film platform is launching a selection of newly released films and will donate half of the revenues from new subscribers to independent Swedish arthouse cinemas  

19/03 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Sweden

Lennart Ström  • Managing director, M:brane

Interview: Lennart Ström • Managing director, M:brane

“We are already working on a programme item called We Will Be Back 2021”

We spoke to Lennart Ström, managing director of the M:brane co-production forum for children's media content, about the last-minute cancellation of this year’s edition  

18/03 | M:brane 2020

Antti J Jokinen  • Director of Omerta 6/12 and Omerta 7/12

Interview: Antti J Jokinen • Director of Omerta 6/12 and Omerta 7/12

“I am humanising special forces”

Cineuropa talked to Finnish director Antti J Jokinen about his planned action franchise, starting with two features, Omerta 6/12 and Omerta 7/12  

06/03 | Sweden/Finland

Pernilla August to direct TV series Blackwater

Pernilla August to direct TV series Blackwater

The six-episode crime-drama will start principal photography later this spring  

05/03 | Television | Sweden/Denmark/Norway/Finland/Iceland/Germany

Hannah Reinikainen, Lia Hietala • Directors of Always Amber

Interview: Hannah Reinikainen, Lia Hietala • Directors of Always Amber

"We wanted to make a film about young people with the queer perspective"

BERLINALE 2020: Swedish directors Hannah Reinikainen and Lia Hietala discuss their Panorama-screened documentary Always Amber which explores the world of transgender teens  

25/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Cristi Puiu • Director of Malmkrog

Interview: Cristi Puiu • Director of Malmkrog

"I believe that historical memory is a subjective and an emotional matter"

BERLINALE 2020: The kickstarter of the Romanian New Wave, Cristi Puiu, is world-premiering his most cerebral film, Malmkrog, in the Encounters section, and he talked to us about it  

25/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Encounters

Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler  • Directors of Monty and the Street Party

Interview: Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler • Directors of Monty and the Street Party

“This time around, we wanted to do something… Well, almost edifying”

BERLINALE 2020: We sat down with Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler to talk about Monty and the Street Party and their dramatic change in direction  

24/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Generation

Review: Monty and the Street Party

Review: Monty and the Street Party

BERLINALE 2020: Danish comic-strip bad boys Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler make their usual mischief almost family-orientated, and not without success  

23/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Generation

Review: Always Amber

Review: Always Amber

BERLINALE 2020: Lia Hietala and Hannah Reinikainen are among the first filmmakers to explore the world of transgender teens without focusing on their gender identity or sexual orientation  

22/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama