SCANDINAVIAN CINEMA MAKES PRESENCE FELT...

For the first time ever, the Competition section includes works from three Nordic directors - Lars von Trier, Aki Kaurismaki and Nicholas Winding Refn. France’s premiere festival has usually given...

05-13-2011
SCREENDAILY REVIEWS OUT OF BOUNDS

The impressively made Out Of Bounds (titled Labrador locally) marks director Frederikke Aspöck out a talent to keep an eye on. It may well be a subtle and compact drama, set against the stunningly...

05-12-2011
Filmlance behind Troell and first...

Filmlance International, one of Sweden’s largest independent production companies – and part of the UK-based Shine Group – is behind two major Scandinavian projects: the €4.6m TRUTH AND...

05-12-2011
Mads with passion

Zentropa’s A ROYAL AFFAIR combines a royal romance with a good old fashioned scandal. The only thing we love more than a royal romance is a good scandal — which is why we were especially...

05-12-2011
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEWS OUT OF...

Danish director Frederikke Aspock, a 2004 Cannes Cinefondation short film winner, moves into features with her first effort: a cinematic chamber play.

A 2004 Cannes Cinefondation short...

05-12-2011
RUPERT GRINT´S COMRADE GETS...

The new film, Comrade, starring our very own Rupert Grint has just been presented at the Cannes Film Festival at a closed promo-screening. This has resulted in no less than three distribution...

05-11-2011