Prolific Danish outfit Nimbus, in Berlin with competition titles Thomas Vinterberg’s Submarino and Alice de Champfleury Sun Shine (Sol Skin), has announced details of its upcoming films.
The slate is led by comedy-drama Superclasico, director Ole Christian Madsen’s follow-up to his World War Two epic, Flame And Citron (pictured), which starts shooting in Argentina on May 10 and is about a man seeking to patch up his marriage. Anders W. Berthelsen and Paprika Steen and The Match Factory is handling international sales.
Nimbus also has Louise Friedberg’s The Experiment, which is in post-production. Shot in Greenland, the drama depicts an ill-fated 1950s experiment to turn 16 children into model citizens in the post-war Danish welfare state. Also in post-production is Kaspar Munk’s debut feature Hold Me Tight.
Meanwhile, its development slate include a European love story from Madsen; Søren Kragh-Jacobsen’s long-gestating Chopin drama Incognito, Charlotte Sieling’s Maestro; Natasha Arthy’s Ziggy; Nils Gråbøl’s My Friendship With Jesus Christ and Hans Fabian Wullenweber’s Bora Bora Bora.