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910 articles available in total starting from 21/08/2002. Last article published on 24/02/2020.

Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler  • Directors of Monty and the Street Party

Interview: Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler • Directors of Monty and the Street Party

“This time around, we wanted to do something… Well, almost edifying”

BERLINALE 2020: We sat down with Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler to talk about Monty and the Street Party and their dramatic change in direction  

24/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Generation

Review: Monty and the Street Party

Review: Monty and the Street Party

BERLINALE 2020: Danish comic-strip bad boys Mikael Wulff and Anders Morgenthaler make their usual mischief almost family-orientated, and not without success  

23/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Generation

Review: Always Amber

Review: Always Amber

BERLINALE 2020: Lia Hietala and Hannah Reinikainen are among the first filmmakers to explore the world of transgender teens without focusing on their gender identity or sexual orientation  

22/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Review: Malmkrog

Review: Malmkrog

BERLINALE 2020: Cristi Puiu opens the Berlinale's new competitive section Encounters with what might be his least accessible and most cerebral film  

21/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Encounters

Jon Holmberg  • Director of Sune – Best Man

Interview: Jon Holmberg • Director of Sune – Best Man

“My ambition was just to make a good film”

BERLINALE 2020: Cineuropa talked to Jon Holmberg, the director behind the Sune franchise, just before he headed off to Berlin for the second time  

21/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Generation

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Berlinale documentary Always Amber

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Berlinale documentary Always Amber

The first feature-length doc by Sweden's Lia Hietala and Hannah Reinikainen is about to world-premiere in the Berlinale's Panorama Dokumente section  

20/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Alexandra Schatz, Submarine and Slugger Film start production on animated feature Best Birthday Ever

Alexandra Schatz, Submarine and Slugger Film start production on animated feature Best Birthday Ever

Director Michael Ekblad’s German-Dutch-Swedish co-production is set for a 2021 theatrical release  

13/02 | Production | Funding | Germany/Netherlands/Sweden

Anna Serner • CEO, Swedish Film Institute

Interview: Anna Serner • CEO, Swedish Film Institute

"If we don’t see change I’m not afraid to give bigger budgets to only women for one year"

Swedish Film Institute CEO Anna Serner talks to Cinema Femme about the institution's objectives related to gender equality and the importance of women in the film industry  

06/02 | Sweden

Ruben Östlund set to shoot Triangle of Sadness

Ruben Östlund set to shoot Triangle of Sadness

The Swedish director moves from the world of art to the fashion milieu in his follow-up to The Square, which will star Harris Dickinson, Charlbi Dean and Woody Harrelson  

05/02 | Production | Funding | Sweden/France/UK/Germany/Denmark

Alexandra-Therese Keining  • Director of The Average Color of the Universe

Interview: Alexandra-Therese Keining • Director of The Average Color of the Universe

“My films seem to grow quieter each time”

We sat down with Swedish director Alexandra-Therese Keining to discuss her small film about grand schemes The Average Color of the Universe  

05/02 | Göteborg 2020