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1295 articles available in total starting from 06/06/2002. Last article published on 28/06/2022.

Cineuropa asks the experts: “Why is piracy increasing in the Nordic countries?”

Cineuropa asks the experts: “Why is piracy increasing in the Nordic countries?”

According to the latest figures published by Mediavision, 17% of all people aged 15-74 in the region illegally streamed or downloaded films and TV episodes last month  

28/06 | Industry | Market | Sweden/Denmark/Finland/Norway

Anders Walter’s war drama Befrielsen boarded by TrustNordisk

Anders Walter’s war drama Befrielsen boarded by TrustNordisk

The feature lifts the veil on a dark chapter in the history of Denmark: the handling of approximately 250,000 German refugees who came to the country right before its liberation  

27/06 | Production | Funding | Denmark/Finland/Iceland

Studiocanal seals a film output deal with Scanbox Entertainment

Studiocanal seals a film output deal with Scanbox Entertainment

The agreement will see Studiocanal’s slate of movies released in the Nordic countries, including the likes of Cédric Klapisch’s Rise and Eric Lartigau’s This One Summer  

23/06 | Industry | Market | France/Finland/Denmark/Norway/Sweden/Iceland

Review: Beautiful Beings

Review: Beautiful Beings

Iceland’s Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson gets back to skilfully probing the cruel transition to adulthood in his second film which follows four adolescents grappling with a violent reality  

23/06 | Biografilm 2022

Review: Tsumu – Where Do You Go With Your Dreams?

Review: Tsumu – Where Do You Go With Your Dreams?

Kasper Kiertzner’s documentary about young people living in a village on the East coast of Greenland breaks free from certain aesthetic canons to share some profoundly human stories  

22/06 | Biografilm 2022

Episode 30: Theater of Violence (Denmark/Germany)

Episode 30: Theater of Violence (Denmark/Germany)

The producers of the documentary by Emil Langballe and Lukasz Konopa are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support  

21/06 | The Co-production Podcast

Denmark approves a 6% levy on streaming services, sparks debate and chaos among the industry

Denmark approves a 6% levy on streaming services, sparks debate and chaos among the industry

Cineuropa caught up with Viaplay reps and the Danish Producers’ Association to get their insights into the divisive provision recently approved by the Danish government  

16/06 | Industry | Market | Denmark

Christian Arhoff’s comedy Viktor vs The World in the works

Christian Arhoff’s comedy Viktor vs The World in the works

Penned by the helmer himself together with Ulaa Salim, the movie promises to be “a warm comedy about a young man who meets the world, life and love for the first time”  

15/06 | Production | Funding | Denmark

Mykko Myllylahti  • Director of The Woodcutter Story

Interview: Mykko Myllylahti • Director of The Woodcutter Story

"My character is the incarnation of optimism and hope despite having lost everything"

CANNES 2022: The Finnish filmmaker discusses the details of his story of snow, violence and happiness, which received the Gan Foundation Award for Distribution  

01/06 | Cannes 2022 | Critics' Week

Review: The Blue Caftan

Review: The Blue Caftan

CANNES 2022: Maryam Touzani’s second feature is a moving, poetic and beautifully acted story of love, death and fear  

27/05 | Cannes 2022 | Un Certain Regard

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