Martin Beck’s Successor Revealed In Latest Film

Rhe latest Beck film, which premieres 3rd March on C More, introduces Jennie Silfverhjelm (All Inclusive) as Martin Beck's (Peter Haber) successor, Alexandra 'Alex' Beijer. Alex first appeared in Your Own Blood (Ditt eget blod) in January, where she met Steinar Hovland (Kristofer Hivju) in Jordan whilst working for Interpol. The chemistry between them was immediately clear, but their next meeting was in competition for Martin Beck's old job... On 3rd March, Alex makes her entrance as the new head of Beck's

Premieres Confirmed For New Beck Films in 2018

Peter Haber returns as Martin Beck on New Year's Day for the first of four brand new Beck films, which will premiere on C More throughout Spring 2018. As the new films begin, Beck is still adjusting to the idea of a quiet retirement. Peter Haber previously teased: "He returns as a kind of consultant. He will not be in the same position he was before – that is to say leading a police squad. Orders will be shared out. He

Debut Charmøren Wins At Nordic Film Days Lübeck

Milad Alami was awarded the NDR Film Prize and 12,500 Euro for his feature debut, The Charmer (Charmøren), at the 59th Nordic Film Days Lübeck on Saturday. The Charmer, which won at San Sebastian last month, is an intense psychological drama about a young Iranian man who is desperately trying to meet women who can secure his stay in Denmark. However, as time runs out, he falls in love and his past catches up with him. Meanwhile, the Audience Prize went to

Beyond Dreams To Open Nordic Film Days Lübeck

The German premiere of Rojda Sekersöz' debut feature Beyond Dreams (Dröm vidare) will open the 59th edition of Nordic Film Days Lübeck (1 – 5 November) at the CineStar Filmpalast Stadthalle. Fresh from prison, Mirja (Evin Ahmad) can't wait to leave her dreary life in Stockholm and head to Montevideo with her girlfriends. They’ve bought their bikinis and plan a robbery to get the rest of the money they need for plane tickets. But Mirja's chain-smoking mother is unemployed and very ill,

Nordic Film Days Lübeck Looks Through Foreign Eyes

Nordic Film Days Lübeck has revealed that for its 59th edition (1 - 5 November) there will be a retrospective looking Through Foreign Eyes, which includes the German premiere of Citizen Schein. For last year’s retrospective, Scandinavians travelled to foreign lands, but this year the focus is on those who have moved to the Nordic countries, and how second and third generation immigrants have used their experiences to explore migration and integration on film. In keeping with that theme, Nordic Film Days