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576 articles available in total starting from 29/05/2002. Last article published on 30/11/2021.

Review: The Wait

Review: The Wait

The new film by Finnish director Aku Louhimies is a feminist tale of desire that feels like a foregone conclusion  

30/11 | Black Nights 2021 | Competition

Samira Elagoz • Director of and performer in Seek Bromance

Interview: Samira Elagoz • Director of and performer in Seek Bromance

"I wanted to make a real story where the trans protagonists are complex and troubled, progressive and admirable, problematic and relatable"

We discussed trans-masculinity and performative cinema with the director and protagonist of the cinematic performance  

24/11 | IDFA 2021

Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s Flee crowned with the 2021 Nordic Council Film Prize

Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s Flee crowned with the 2021 Nordic Council Film Prize

Denmark’s Oscar submission, which is getting hotter by the month, has trounced its rivals by winning this year’s prestigious award  

03/11 | Festivals | Awards | Denmark/Sweden/Finland/Norway/Iceland

14 films receive production support from the Finnish Film Foundation in October

14 films receive production support from the Finnish Film Foundation in October

Five fiction features have been noticed, including Tia Kouvo’s Family Time and Taru Mäkelä’s upcoming Christmas comedy, bringing on the holiday spirit  

18/10 | Production | Funding | Finland

Finnish drama series The Invincibles in the works

Finnish drama series The Invincibles in the works

The eight-part show, created and directed by Matti Kinnunen, is inspired by the real-life events of the Finnish banking crisis of the early 1990s  

14/10 | Production | Funding | Finland

HBO Max announces its first Finnish series

HBO Max announces its first Finnish series

Ahead of its launch in Finland, HBO Max has announced the commissioning of its first Finnish Original, created by Mia Ylönen and Aleksi Bardy under the working title ID  

07/10 | Production | Funding | Finland/USA

NENT Group sells 12 production labels to Fremantle

NENT Group sells 12 production labels to Fremantle

The agreement covers one studio based in Denmark, three in Finland, six in Norway and two in Sweden  

04/10 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Denmark/Finland/Norway/Sweden/USA

Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir’s debut 12 Hours to Destruction recently presented at the Finnish Film Affair

Nanna Kristín Magnúsdóttir’s debut 12 Hours to Destruction recently presented at the Finnish Film Affair

The musical adventure, currently in post-production, centres on 11-year-old Hanna and the rest of her childhood band, who aim to bring criminals to justice  

28/09 | Production | Funding | Iceland/Finland

The Finnish Film Affair wraps its 10th edition

The Finnish Film Affair wraps its 10th edition

Aleksi Salmenperä’s Bubble, Katrine Brocks’ The Great Silence and Kaisa Rastimo’s documentary Nasrin's Voice were crowned the winners at Finland’s biggest industry event  

27/09 | Industry | Market | Finnish Film Affair 2021

The Finnish Film Affair celebrates its 10th anniversary

The Finnish Film Affair celebrates its 10th anniversary

Finland’s biggest industry event, a major international export forum for Finnish and Nordic films, is organised as part of the Helsinki International Film Festival – Love & Anarchy  

20/09 | Industry | Market | Finnish Film Affair 2021

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