Skam Earns Place In Norway Cultural Archive

Kulturnytt reports that NRK youth drama Skam (Shame), which followed the everyday lives of students at Hartvig Nissen High School in Oslo, will have two of its scripts archived in the Norwegian National Library in recognition of their cultural impact. The 2016 Gullruten winner has attracted a loyal global following since its premiere in 2015, and picked up a number of awards including the Peer Gynt Prize for showing Norway in a positive light abroad, and the LGBT Denmark Salmon Award

Nine Robert Awards For Dominant Winter Brothers

During a gala ceremony hosted by Paprika Steen (Below The Surface) at the Tivoli Hotel & Congress Centre in Copenhagen on Sunday, the Danish Film Academy revealed the winners of this year's Robert Awards (Robertprisen). Winter Brothers (Vinterbrødre), which won awards at the CPH PIX and Locarno film festivals last year, swept the board with nine wins, including Best Film, Best Director for Hlynur Pálmason, Best Actor for Elliott Crosset Hove, and Best Supporting Actress for Victoria Carmen Sonne. The film follows

Love & Order Dominates At Golden Venla Awards

Three-part drama Love & Order (Myrskyn jälkeen) dominated the Golden Venla Awards at the Finnish National Opera House on Friday, with wins for Best Drama, Best Director (Leea Klemola) and Best Script (Leea Klemola, Kaarina Hazard). Love & Order (Myrskyn jälkeen) stars Kaarina Hazard as Inspector Rauni Kolehmainen, who tries to keep the world from falling apart six months after a gigantic storm devastated Finland. It is the second drama to be co-written by Hazard and Klemola, and their previous collaboration,

Nominations Revealed For The 2018 Robert Awards

The Danish Film Academy has revealed its nominations for this year’s Robert Awards (Robertprisen), which honours those who are deemed to have made an outstanding contribution to the Danish film and TV industry. Winners will be announced during an awards ceremony which will be held on Sunday 4th February 2017 at the Tivoli Hotel & Congress Centre in Copenhagen. Last year’s winners can be found here. BEST DANISH FILM The Incredible Story Of The Giant Pear / Philip Einstein Lipski, Amalie Næsby Fick

Rising Stars As Sprogø Girls In Department Q Finale

Clara Rosager (En-To-Tre-Nu!) and Fanny Bornedal (1864) will join the final Zentropa produced Department Q film, The Purity Of Vengeance (Journal 64), as Sprogø girls Rita and Nete when filming begins on the island in January. The story begins with a group of construction workers who make a terrifying discovery in an old Copenhagen apartment: behind a fake wall they find three mummified corpses sitting around a dinner table with one open seat. Detective Carl Mørck (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) and Assad (Fares