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REPORT: Göteborg 2019

Cineuropa is covering the 42nd Göteborg Film Festival live with reviews, interviews and news...

REPORT: Göteborg 2019
Review: The Unpromised Land

Review: The Unpromised Land

Director Victor Lindgren waves goodbye to the “Swedish Dream” in his new outing, which has world-premiered at Göteborg  

01/02 | Göteborg 2019

Mia Engberg  • Director of Lucky One

Interview: Mia Engberg • Director of Lucky One

“I want to make films that only I can make”

We chatted to Mia Engberg, who, through art and research, attempts to turn her old documentary subjects into fictional ones in her new film Lucky One  

31/01 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Cold Case Hammarskjöld

Review: Cold Case Hammarskjöld

Danish documentary provocateur Mads Brügger is back with what might prove to be his most intriguing, and cinematically accomplished, outing to date  

30/01 | Sundance 2019 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Lucky One

Review: Lucky One

Mia Engberg’s intriguing new feature is an experiment in crime, darkness, light and love  

30/01 | Göteborg 2019

Göteborg prepares to get its 20th-anniversary Nordic Film Market under way

Göteborg prepares to get its 20th-anniversary Nordic Film Market under way

After a packed programme of all things cinema kicked off on Friday night, Göteborg is now getting ready to welcome industry representatives to its grand 42nd edition  

28/01 | Göteborg 2019 | Market

Eloy Domínguez Serén  • Director of Hamada

Interview: Eloy Domínguez Serén • Director of Hamada

"I would always ask them if they fancied filming, and if they said yes, they decided what they wanted to shoot"

We spoke to Eloy Domínguez Serén, the director of Hamada, which is taking part in the Nordic Documentary Competition at the Göteborg Film Festival this week  

28/01 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Gods of Molenbeek

Review: Gods of Molenbeek

In her debut feature-length documentary, Reetta Huhtanen looks at the infamous area of Brussels from the knee-high point of view of a child  

28/01 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Koko-di Koko-da

Review: Koko-di Koko-da

Johannes Nyholm delves into a repeating nightmare that sits somewhere between psychological realism and a horrific fairy tale  

26/01 | Sundance 2019 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Aurora

Review: Aurora

Miia Tervo’s debut feature boasts a spirited protagonist but gets a bit lost following in her drunken footsteps  

26/01 | Göteborg 2019

Review: Sons of Denmark

Review: Sons of Denmark

The epic debut by Ulaa Salim, about fanatical terrorism in Copenhagen, sees a cop caught in the middle of Islamism and nationalism  

25/01 | Rotterdam 2019 | Tiger Competition