PARIS– Jonas Holmberg has been tapped artistic director of Goteborg Film Festival, succeeding to Marit Kapla. A movie critic who founded the film mag FLM, Holmberg joined the festival in 2012 and…
Created in 2008 at Goteborg Film Festival, Nordic Film Lab is a forum for talented filmmakers at the starting point of their career. Producers, scribes and helmers from Denmark, Norway and Sweden get…
Mikael Marcimain's $15 million-budgeted period piece "Gentlemen," produced by B-Reel and repped by Wild Bunch, is one of Sweden's most ambitious projects to date. After local distributor Svensk…
"Free the Mind" is an elegant if somewhat overlong documentary about the pioneering work of University of Wisconsin psychologist Richard Davidson.
U.S.-based Swedish helmer and music video director Johan Renck is to oversee crime series "Forbrytare" (The Offenders) for pubcaster Swedish Television (SVT) -- his first on home turf.
The biggest Scandinavian showcase is heating up.
If its 2013 selection turns out to be as striking as last year's, there are plenty of reasons to visit the Nordic Film Market, taking place Jan. 31-Feb. 3 at the Goteborg Festival.
Norwegian movies will take center stage at the 36th Goteborg Film Festival, Scandinavia's biggest sprocket opera.
Espen Sandberg and Joachim Ronning's "Kon-Tiki" will open the Goteborg Film Festival, which unspools Jan. 25 to Feb. 4.
The opening film at this year's edition of the Goteborg fest is "Avalon" from Swedish helmer Axel Petersen, a dark tale of how fast things can go wrong when fate takes a turn for the worse.
Norwegian director Marius Holst's "King of Devil's Island," which stars Stellan Skarsgard, will open the Goteborg Film Festival, Sweden's largest film event, on Jan. 28, organizers announced Tuesday.
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