In 2003 cinema admissions in Denmark exceeded 12 million for the third year, according to statistics from the Danish Film Institute
Jorn Rossing Jensen
Swedish director Tomas Alfredson's "Four Shades of Brown" -- a feature starring the Killing Gang, Sweden's Monty Python equivalent -- won the new Critics' Award at Copenhagen's 15th Night Film…
A division of Sweden's Modern Times Group, Viasat Broadcasting, has acquired exclusive Scandinavian rights for free and pay TV to the English FA soccer cup and the English national soccer team's home…
Backed by the Danish Council of Exports, the Danish Producers' Assn. has instigated Denmark on Screen, a three-year promotion program for Danish film and TV abroad that has its premiere at Mip TV in…
In a precedent-setting case, a Swedish businessman was sentenced last week by a Stockholm court to pay $55,000 to seven distributors for parallel import of American DVDs from the U.S. via Denmark.
Norwegian director Gunnar Vikene's "Falling Sky" won the Jury Grand Prix at the 17th Nordic Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday in Rouen, France. "Falling Sky" was a Variety Critics' Choice at last…
Denmark's Egmont media concern had its best year result ever in 2003, increasing before-tax profits by 50% to approximately $72 million in spite of an 8% reduction of net revenues, to $1.35 million.
Ten Swedish movies scheduled for late 2004-early 2005 are in jeopardy in a row over financing for the Swedish Film Institute.
Norwegian director Petter Naess will return from his first Hollywood assignment, Millennium Films' "Mozart and the Whale," to direct the last pic in the "Elling" trilogy for Maipo Film & TV…
Danny Glover, John C. Reilly and Jeremy Davies will join helmer Ron Howard's daughter Bryce Dallas Howard in Danish helmer Lars von Trier's "Dogville" follow-up "Manderlay," which starts principal…