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952 articles available in total starting from 18/07/2002. Last article published on 29/07/2021.

Norwegian vampire dramedy series Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes ready to land on Netflix

Norwegian vampire dramedy series Post Mortem: No One Dies in Skarnes ready to land on Netflix

Harald Zwart and Petter Holmsen’s brand-new series will premiere globally on 25 August  

29/07 | Production | Funding | Norway

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

A digital panel explores the benefits of inclusive storytelling in animation at Cannes

A digital panel explores the benefits of inclusive storytelling in animation at Cannes

CANNES 2021: The panel, featuring representatives of Disney and the International Sámi Film Institute, showcased the companies’ successful collaboration on Frozen 2  

12/07 | Cannes 2021 | Marché du Film

Review: The Innocents

Review: The Innocents

CANNES 2021: Eskil Vogt's terrific second film is one of the best horror flicks of recent years and is an instant classic  

11/07 | 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

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

Tiha K Gudac  • Director of The Wire

Interview: Tiha K Gudac • Director of The Wire

“None of the people in my film are activists; they just had to respond to the crisis they were caught up in”

The Croatian director takes on yet another makeshift border dividing Europe, showing how important it is to just listen sometimes  

23/06 | ZagrebDox 2021

Review: The Wire

Review: The Wire

Tiha K Gudac shows that if one wants to further divide Europe, DIY-style, razor-wire fence is the way to go  

22/06 | ZagrebDox 2021

Tommy Wirkola working on animated musical Spermageddon

Tommy Wirkola working on animated musical Spermageddon

The feature, described as being in the vein of Sausage Party, will explore mature content through comedy, animation and grown-up language  

18/06 | Production | Funding | Norway

Review: A-HA - The Movie

Review: A-HA - The Movie

Thomas Robsahm's documentary is a delight for the band's fans, and a pleasant surprise for lovers of 80s music  

16/06 | Tribeca 2021

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