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    Crime pays in Sweden


    A wave of successful genre novels and movies has stoked international interest in Sweden. Niklas Eriksson looks at the growing momentum in the Swedish production sector

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    Goteborg to give $128,000 to Nordic Film winner


    The Goteborg International Film Festival has upped the prize money for its Dragon Award Best Nordic Film to $128,000 (SEK 1m).

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    Doors of perception


    Locarno’s Open Doors co-production lab (Aug 7-10) is focusing on Central Asia in 2010, a region that remains something of an unknown quantity internationally despite a diverse production sector.

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    Sarajevo's CineLink selections include new projects from Kozole, Serban


    The Sarajevo Film Festival’s CineLink has announced 17 projects selected for this year’s CineLink and CineLink Plus programmes.

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    Short films with long lives


    Some of the world’s most garlanded short films have been recognised by the Academy this year in both the live-action and animation categories. John Hazelton profiles the contenders 

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    Danish feature R wins top prize at Goteborg film festival


    Tobias Lindholm and Michael Noer’s feature debut, R , win Dragon Award for Best Nordic Film in Gothenburg.

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    Nordic Film Market expects 300 guests as Gothenburg festival opens


    The Nordic Film Market has attracted more than 300 industry figures including buyers and sellers, producers and distributors for its next edition, which runs February 4 -7.

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    2009 Award Winners

    2009-12-10T13:11:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Screen rounds up the major award winners of 2009.

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    Croatia sends Donkey to the Oscars


    Antonio Nuic’s Donkey , one of the hits of this summer’s Pula International Film Festival, has been chosen as Croatia’s entry to the foreign-language Academy Award.

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    Cinemavault reports further deals on Where God Left His Shoes


    Toronto-based Cinemavault has closed key territory sales on the John Leguizamo drama Where God Left His Shoes from Paul Allen’s Vulcan Productions.

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    Ordinary People wins Sarajevo


    Cannes Critics Week entry Vladmir Perisic’s Ordinary People has scooped the Heart of Sarajevo award at the city’s 15 th film festival.

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    A woman travels to Ceausescu’s Romania for the first time since finding refuge in Ireland as a child escaping the Holocaust.

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    The Match Factory acquires three Christian Wagner titles


    Further ramping up its library, German outfit The Match Factory acquired three films by German writer-director Christian Wagner.

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    Bad Faith (Ond Tro)


    A woman witnesses a murder and becomes obsessed with the assassin, a serial killer

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    Swedish director Runge jumps from Simon And The Oaks


    Swedish award-winning director Björn Runge has walked out on the $5m (SEK 45m) production of Simon And The Oaks ( Simon Och Ekarna ), claiming the film’s producers were limiting his freedom.

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    Sweden's SF Bio installs 3D screens


    Somewhat delayed, Sweden's leading cinema circuit, SF Bio - which programmes 242 screens all over the country - is ready to enter the digital era, having installed Real D equipment in eight auditoria in Stockholm (3), Gothenburg (2) and another three provincial cities. The premiere will be Disney's Oscar-nominated Bolt ...

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    The Visitor takes Nordic Film Prize at Gothenburg


    Finnish director Jukka-Pekka Valkeap 's The Visitor (Muukalainen) haswon the Nordic Film Prize - $12,800 (SEK 100,000) and a dragon statuette - at Sweden's Gothenburg International Film Festival. Valkeap 's cinematographer, Tuomo Hutri, received the Nordic Vision Award. The 32nd edition of the festival - Scandinavia's ...

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    Nordic Film Market lines up 200 delegates as Gothenburg film festival kicks off


    200 international film professionals have registered for the 10th Nordic Film Market - the business arm of Sweden's Gothenburg International Film Festival. Project manager Cia Edstr m has prepared a showcase of 19 fresh Nordic productions open to foreign distributors, sales agents and festival programmers. Among the most recent are ...

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    Promotional Feature - NCN International Projects


    The Invisible Collection (Braz) Dir: Bernard Attal Scrs: Attal, Sergio Machado, adapted from the short story by Stefan Zweig Budget: $1.1m (EUR800,000) Funds raised: $438,000 (EUR320,000) The Invisible Collection is an adaptation of a short story by Austrian writer Stefan Zweig about a young man whose life changes dramatically ...

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    Promotional Feature - Focus Europe


    Illegal (Bel) Dir/scr: Olivier Masset-Depasse Budget: $3m (EUR2.2m) Funds raised: $1m (EUR750,000) Tackling one of the world's most challenging issues, Illegal looks at immigration. "It's the first time we will see how an immigrant holding centre functions on the inside," claims Olivier Masset-Depasse. He says he wants to inform ...