Category Film

Top Nordic Events Fall 2019

We’re looking forward to the new season with all the events it’ll bring. We’ve collected highlights from every Nordic country when it comes to happenings covering music, art, fashion, and

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Film Review: Midsommar – Horror in Broad Daylight

The horror of Midsommar is at the expense of the Swedish tourist board. Not only was the film shot in Hungary, but its reimagining of Sweden’s summer festivities left gullible Americans concerned

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Film Review: ‘Marianne and Leonard: Words of Love’ – Cohen and His Norwegian Muse

Tall, deep-voiced and irresistibly handsome: the enigma of Leonard Cohen has faded little since his death in 2016. He was the poet turned singer that made depression sexy. Walking in

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Top Five Scandinavian Comedy Series Available in the UK

It might be just ‘Nordic noir’ that’s made it to international audiences so far, but Nordic comedy is beginning to emerge too. Let’s round up some of the best series

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Introducing the Reykjavik International Film Festival

The Reykjavik International Film Festival (RIFF) takes place in Reykjavík this September, bringing together talent from across the globe. Over eleven days visitors and locals are treated to films that rival those

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Micro Documentary – A Window Into Danish Experimental Music

Today, like most days, I engage in a somewhat familiar pattern; I fidget endlessly, I check my phone, I make coffee(s), I watch a never ending stream of news and

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Ben Me Over – A Lina Hagström film

We met up with the Finnish up and coming director and filmmaker, Lina Hagström, to talk about her latest film, Ben Me Over. The short film revolves around themes as friendship

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The Norwegian Film About Sexual Awakening You Need to See

Turn Me On, Dammit! …said pretty much every adolescent teen in history. But it also happens to be the title of a Norwegian film about teen girls’ sexual desires. It

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Joel Kinnaman: “If Trump wins I move back to Sweden”

Swedish actor Joel Kinnaman is internationally known for his roles in ‘The Killing’, ‘Robocop’, and ‘Suicide Squad’, which premieres on August 5. Kinnaman moved permanently to the US a couple of

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Alicia Vikander’s ‘Tomb Raider’ Release Date Announced

Alicia Vikander’s first go as the action heroine Lara Croft in ‘Tomb Raider’ has finally an official release date. It’s set to hit movie theatres March 16, 2018 and it couldn’t come

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