Back in 2014, Tobias Lindholm got to share in some Oscar celebrations, as Thomas Vinterberg's "The Hunt" — which Lindholm co-wrote with the Danish auteur — nabbed a best foreign language film…
Danish writer-director Tobias Lindholm will write Berlin Wall drama “The Tunnels” for FilmNation Entertainment and The Mark Gordon Company. Variety reported in October that Paul Greengrass was…
It's a line often spoken in war-at-home dramas, as returning soldiers struggle to relate to unscarred civilians: "You can't imagine what it's like out there."
Sundance Institute and Mahindra have chosen Hong Khaou's "Monsoon" (Vietnam/U.K.), Tobias Lindholm's "A War" (Denmark), Ashlee Page's "Archive" (Australia) and Neeraj Ghaywan's "Fly Away Solo"…
“The Hunt,” Thomas Vinterberg’s child-abuse-themed drama, starring Mads Mikkelsen, will represent Denmark in the race for the foreign-lingo film Oscar. “The Hunt” was a Cannes contender in 2012, when…
MADRID — Pedro Almodovar’s “I’m So Excited!”, Joe Wright's “Anna Karenina,” Francois Ozon’s “In the House” and Joachim Ronning and Espen Sanberg’s Oscar-nommed “Kon-Tiki” square off among 46 films…
Paul Greengrass' kinetic docudrama always impresses without ever connecting emotionally in quite the same way as his previous verite efforts.
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.
With his two feature films, the 2010 prison drama "R" and the recent thriller "A Hijacking," Tobias Lindholm has exhibited a knack for tense storytelling and palpably gritty realism.