A bullied misfit finds his destiny with a mysterious girl vampire in idiosyncratic romantic horror fantasy "Let The Right One In."
In "Bang and World History," veteran documaker Maj Wechselmann uses diaries, letters and published writings by taboo-breaking Swedish journalist Barbro Alving -- the pseudonymous Bang -- to paint a…
The headstrong daughter of conservative Turkish immigrants in Copenhagen tries to meet her uneducated parents' high expectations while remaining true to her private passion -- kung fu -- in "Fighter."
A victim of random violence becomes obsessed with vengeance in "Leo," the edgy feature by versatile Swedish helmer Josef Fares.
Based on a true story, this provocative, well-turned drama raises universally pertinent questions about fundamentalist thinking.
A pitch-perfect story about young love, sex, ethnicity and fear of being an outsider.
Swedish helmer Tomas Alfredson's "Let the Right One In," an adaptation of John Ajvide Lindqvist's bestseller scripted by the author himself, nabbed the Nordic Film Award, which includes a cash prize…
Despondent over his lovelife, 36-year-old Swedish helmer Patrik Eriksson decides to chronicle his existential crisis.
.More than 450 features, shorts and documentaries from 67 countries are screening at the 31st Gothenburg Film Festival, which kicked off Jan. 25 with Swede Jens Jonsson's dark comedy "King of Ping…
More than 450 features, shorts and documentaries from 67 countries will screen at the 31st Gothenburg Film Festival, which kicks off Jan. 25 with Swede Jens Jonsson's dark comedy "King of Ping Pong,"…
Lively romantic comedy follows a diverse group of characters hoping to realize their dreams through a singing competition.