Svensk Filmindustri, a leading Nordic film studio handling production, distribution and sales, has acquired a majority stake in Stockholm-based producer Tre Vanner. Bonnier Growth Media, Svensk’s…
Surprisingly cumbersome switches between designer Scott Pask's office and courtroom locations are an unintentional metaphor for the problem beneath "The Same Deep Water As Me." Nick Payne — who wrote…
Per Fly's “Waltz for Monica” (“Monica Z”), a biopic of Swedish jazz singer Monica Zetterlund, has been added to the lineup of Gothenburg-based Way Out West, a Scandi twist on South by Southwest. One…
Stockholm fest champions femme filmmakers as local pic quality rises
Handsome rising star Joel Kinnaman (soon to be seen in the "RoboCop" reboot) is both the main selling point and principal charm of this less distinguished sequel to Swedish hit "Easy Money."
Based on a true story, "For the Love of Money" unfortunately comes off as routine pulp fiction, an attempted Scorsese-esque crime epic that too often feels like an underdeveloped outline.
Daniel Espinosa's "Snabba Cash" will hit U.S. theaters on July 27, nearly two years after it screened at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
A tautly constructed tale set in the violent, multicultural criminal underground of Stockholm.
TLC has greenlit production on "Easy Money," a two-hour special exec produced by Blair Underwood and GRB Entertainment ("Growing Up Gotti").
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