The Peabody Awards have announced this year’s Entertainment and Children’s programs winners, and amongst them is the Euro TV drama-thriller, Deutschland 83.
Season 7 of Séries Mania, the French TV festival happening in Paris as we speak, is showcasing eight new television shows during its first-ever international series competition.
The 2015 C21 Drama Awards Show was held last night at BFI in London, and the big foreign-language Euro TV winners were The Bridge and Deutschland 83.
France led with a trio of wins at last night’s gala for the 2015 International Emmy® Awards.
Comedian, car enthusiast, and TV host Jay Leno will be on the international stage when he hosts the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert, the first to be live-streamed on YouTube.
Prix Europa showed a whole lotta love for Viva Hate when the jury gave top honors to the Swedish drama in the Best European TV Fiction Serial or Miniseries category.
Norway bested Belgium and Sweden for the top drama honor at the 2015 Prix Italia, winning with The Heavy Water War.
The up-and-coming Swedish actress Malin Buska has arrived, with her Best Actress win at the 39th Annual Montreal World Film Festival (MWFF) for The Girl King, which won the Audience Award for Most Popular Film.
The second season of the Danish family drama and the new Swedish mystery series were voted Best Drama at the 2015 Tvprisen and Kristallen TV awards shows, respectively.
Just announced this morning are the five Nordic films, and their their directors, scriptwriters, and producers, that are nominated for the Nordic Council Film Prize 2015.
Dozen of films were screened, hundreds of cinema stars appeared on the red carpet, and by the end of the prestigious film fest, the following were the winners. Here are the trailers.
Norwegian crime thriller Eyewitness is among the four nominees in the Best Scripted Format category of the C21 Media International Format Awards, taking place at the MIP Formats conclave this weekend in Cannes, France.
Now that the nominees for the 87th Academy Awards® have been announced, filmmakers and film-goers are abuzz with Oscars® fever. While much focus is on the feature films and their actors and directors, including Norwegian Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game), here