The Nordisk Film Foundation distributed cash awards on Tuesday to frosh director Peter Schonau and d.p. Dan Laustsen for their contributions to Denmark's media environment
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Icelandic pic "Children," directed by Ragnar Bragason, netted the Golden Swan for best film at the Copenhagen Intl. Film Festival while Swedish pic "To Love Someone" walked away with the most…
Major sports events and news aside, locally produced series and entertainment formats still lead overall in the Scandi territories. Program directors are all talking about the demise of cynical…
Anton Corbijn's biopic "Control" and Roy Andersson's "You, the Living" will bookend the 20th Helsinki Film Festival.
The programming topper of Danish pubcaster Danmark Radio (DR), ankled Thursday, a day after journalists walked off the job to protest against a new wave of job cuts.
The Copenhagen Intl. Film Festival maintains its traditional focus on Europe in its fifth edition with a competish lineup drawn from all corners of the continent.
Icelandic producer-director Julius Kemp is poised to make his filmic comeback with "Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre," a horror film that will star Gunnar Hansen, famous for his role as Leatherface…
Up to 40,000 households in Finland could be staring at blank screens come September, when the country makes the switch to digital TV.
Scribes Jim Sheridan, David Hare and Jean-Claude Carriere will help highlight screenwriting at the Copenhagen Intl. Film Festival, which runs Sept. 20-30.
Reykjavik Intl. Film Festival's Icelandic Panorama sidebar will premiere five local shorts plus an English-language short starring a local thesp among a selection in the genre released in the past 12…