Game Of Thrones Season Eight Might Air In 2019

In interviews to promote his new film Shot Caller, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has revealed that the next season of Game Of Thrones doesn't start filming until October, and that it could be two years until it airs. He told Collider: "You get the scripts a month before we start shooting, or six weeks, and then you know what’s going to happen that season. But, I don’t know what’s going to happen next season. We go back in October, so maybe in the

Netflix Backs Paul Greengrass 22/7 Terror Movie

Netflix is to back the forthcoming Paul Greengrass (Bloody Sunday) film about the 2011 terrorist attack in Norway carried out by far-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik, based on the book One Of Us by Åsne Seierstad. On 22nd July 2011 Breivik detonated a van in Oslo killing eight people, then shot dead 69 people at a summer camp on the island of Utøya. In August 2012 he was convicted of mass murder, causing a fatal explosion, and terrorism. Greengrass told BT: "What

Skam Honoured By LGBT Denmark At Pride Festival

Norwegian drama Skam (Shame) has been honoured with the Salmon Award by LGBT Denmark, which is presented to people or organisations that have gone against the tide. Former winners include former Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, Morten Kjærum, and Nina Stork. Writer and director of Skam, Julie Andem, and actor Carl Martin Eggesbø who plays Eskild, received the award on the main stage at Rådhuspladsen on Saturday as part of the Copenhagen Pride Festival. Their appearance was accompanied by a video message

The King’s Choice Claims Eight Awards In Haugesund

On Saturday, the 45th Norwegian Film Festival (19 - 25 August) in Haugesund began with almost a clean sweep for Erik Poppe’s historical drama The King's Choice (Kongens nei) at the 2017 Amanda Awards, which celebrates the achievements of Norwegian cinema. The King’s Choice, which was shortlisted for the 89th Academy Awards, was the most popular film in Norway last year with over 700,000 tickets sold and tells the story of three fateful days in April 1940 when German soldiers arrived

Under The Tree Selected For Toronto Film Festival

Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson's (Paris Of The North) new movie Under The Tree (Undir trénu) has been selected for the Contemporary World Cinema section of the Toronto International Film Festival (7 - 17 September), following its premiere at the Venice Film Festival (30 August – 9 September). Under The Tree follows Atli (Steinþór Hróar Steinþórsson) who is accused of adultery by Agnes (Lára Jóhanna Jónsdóttir) and forced to move in with his parents. While he fights for custody of his four-year-old daughter