First-time helmer-scribe Gabriela Pichler's "Eat Sleep Die" scooped the Swedish Film Institute's Guldbagge (Golden Bug) awards for best pic, director, script and actress for debutant Nermina Lukac on…
Two dramas set against the background of Europe's crisis -- "Eat Sleep Die," from Sweden's Gabriela Pichler, and Greek Ektoras Lygizos' "Boy Eating the Bird's Food" -- topped the 9th Seville European…
Filmmakers who've worked on tropical locations caution that crews tend to observe "island time," as if the overabundance of sun, surf, palm trees and umbrella-topped drinks has literally slowed their…
A hard-working Muslim girl in the Swedish sticks is made redundant in the well-meaning "Eat Sleep Die," a handheld doodle from tyro helmer Gabriela Pichler.
The most famous scene in Swedish film used to be Max von Sydow playing chess with Death on the seashore in Ingmar Bergman's "The Seventh Seal." Now it's Noomi Rapace carving "I am a rapist pig" on…
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