Mother Nature meets Nordic noir in Trapped, the ratings-busting Icelandic thriller that is set for its highly-anticipated UK premiere on BBC Four this weekend.
The US release date of Rams has finally arrived, and select cinemas begin screening the highly-anticipated, critically-acclaimed, award-winning Icelandic film today.
The 39th Göteborg Film Festival kicked off yesterday, and today begins its first-ever TV Drama program, which features seven titles, three of which have their world premieres.
With the temperature expected to drop into the negative double digits across the UK this weekend, it’s the perfect time for Britons to cozy up with some Euro TV on BBC Four.
The international Camerimage Festival adds a TV component for the first time ever at this year’s competition, and four Euro TV pilots are up for the coveted Golden Frog.
The 2015 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) presents the world premiere of the new Icelandic man-vs-man-vs-nature thriller Trapped.
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.
New Nordic drama Trapped is one of those series that makes you long for, say, a tropical island, where ice is found in exotic cocktails and blizzards don’t occur. Ever.
Q: Which television show is viewed by millions and filled with delectable dishes served up amid spectacular scenery by native Nordic chefs, who sprinkle cultural, historical, and lifestyle fun facts throughout each season? A: New Scandinavian Cooking.