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38 articles available in total starting from 22/06/2020. Last article published on 09/02/2021.

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Review: The Salt in Our Waters

Review: The Salt in Our Waters

Bangladeshi filmmaker Rezwan Shahriar Sumit's first feature is a straightforward and warm film dealing with the themes of authority, personal freedom, religion and climate change  

09/02 | Göteborg 2021

According to the Nostradamus Report, it is time to listen to kids

According to the Nostradamus Report, it is time to listen to kids

During the 8th annual seminar presented during the Göteborg Film Festival, Johanna Koljonen focused on Transforming Storytelling Together. And sea shanties  

08/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Göteborg Industry

Zaida Bergroth • Director of Tove

Interview: Zaida Bergroth • Director of Tove

“Intimacy was what we were after”

We talked to the Finnish director about her latest film, chosen as the Finnish submission to the Oscars  

08/02 | Göteborg 2021

Review: The Last Bath

Review: The Last Bath

The feature debut from Portuguese filmmaker David Bonneville starts off intriguingly and elegantly, but does not manage to sustain its own story and its central relationship  

08/02 | Göteborg 2021

TV Drama Vision explores whether the transformation of storytelling can save TV from obsolescence

TV Drama Vision explores whether the transformation of storytelling can save TV from obsolescence

Johanna Koljonen and Walter Iuzzolino discussed current TV creativity, the role of streamers, how TV can survive into the future and how European content can travel  

08/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Göteborg Industry

Tigers crowned Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

Tigers crowned Best Nordic Film at Göteborg

Ronnie Sandahl’s movie has won the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film, with its main actor Erik Enge also recognised, while Another Round inspired the audience  

08/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Awards

Lisa Jespersen • Director of Persona Non Grata

Interview: Lisa Jespersen • Director of Persona Non Grata

“It's a humorous observation, not a degradation”

We talked to the Danish director to get the low-down on her film, celebrating its world premiere at the Göteborg Film Festival  

05/02 | Göteborg 2021

Ninja Thyberg • Director of Pleasure

Interview: Ninja Thyberg • Director of Pleasure

“Porn can be a good thing; it's just important to do it in an ethical way”

We talked to the Swedish director about business and... pleasure  

05/02 | Sundance 2021 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

HBO Max aims to globalise local content

HBO Max aims to globalise local content

An in-depth discussion at Göteborg’s TV Drama Vision gave a broader understanding of the changes that the launch of HBO Max in Europe will bring this summer  

05/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Göteborg Industry

Maja Jul Larsen wins the Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize for Cry Wolf

Maja Jul Larsen wins the Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize for Cry Wolf

The writer of the series has snagged the circa €19,000 award following the TV Drama Vision competition that included four other Nordic series  

04/02 | Göteborg 2021 | Göteborg Industry/Awards

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