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1177 articles available in total starting from 06/06/2002. Last article published on 13/07/2021.

Eskil Vogt  • Director of The Innocents

Interview: Eskil Vogt • Director of The Innocents

“Because children are still ‘unfinished’, they make for very interesting storytelling”

CANNES 2021: The Norwegian filmmaker tells us more about his chilling childhood tale, which he wrote and directed himself  

13/07 | Cannes 2021 | Un Certain Regard

Joachim Trier  • Director of The Worst Person in the World

Interview: Joachim Trier • Director of The Worst Person in the World

“At the end of the day, all three of them feel like the worst person in the world; that’s my conclusion”

CANNES 2021: The Norwegian director unpicks his seemingly cute, seemingly romantic comedy-drama  

11/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Niels Alberg  • Partner, Publikum

Interview: Niels Alberg • Partner, Publikum

“Publikum can be used both for creative decision-making during the writing phase and in post-production”

The Danish expert explained how Publikum can assist creators during the early-development stages and help them build their audience  

10/07 | /Denmark

Review: The Worst Person in the World

Review: The Worst Person in the World

CANNES 2021: Joachim Trier delivers a perfectly watchable love story, or stories, but his female protagonist seems lifted from a fantasy land  

09/07 | Cannes 2021 | Competition

Milcho Manchevski starts filming Kaymak

Milcho Manchevski starts filming Kaymak

The Macedonian auteur's seventh feature film is a black comedy, described as a piercing and humorous critique of hypocrisy in contemporary family and society  

29/06 | Production | Funding | North Macedonia/UK/Denmark/Netherlands/Croatia/Bulgaria

Richard Claus and Karsten Kiilerich's Panda Bear in Africa in the works

Richard Claus and Karsten Kiilerich's Panda Bear in Africa in the works

The animated flick, a Dutch-Danish-German-French co-production, will be ready for release in 2023  

21/06 | Production | Funding | Netherlands/Denmark/Germany/France

Lone Scherfig gets ready to shine some “Nordic Light” with The Shift

Lone Scherfig gets ready to shine some “Nordic Light” with The Shift

In her upcoming hospital-drama series, set to start shooting imminently, the Danish director will introduce a brand-new genre  

21/06 | Production | Funding | Denmark

Andreas Koefoed  • Director of The Lost Leonardo

Interview: Andreas Koefoed • Director of The Lost Leonardo

“Humans have an urge to experience art and use it to bring meaning to their lives”

The Danish director has presented his new documentary, depicting the turbulent tale of a lost Leonardo da Vinci painting, at Tribeca  

21/06 | Tribeca 2021

Review: From the Wild Sea

Review: From the Wild Sea

Robin Petré's observational documentary tackles the complex issue of the relationship between humans and nature through a story of endangered animals and rescuers  

17/06 | Berlinale 2021 | Generation

Review: Wild Men

Review: Wild Men

In Thomas Daneskov’s take on male mid-life crisis, it’s hard out there for a wannabe caveman  

15/06 | Tribeca 2021

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