Hulu Picks Up Streaming Rights For Veni Vidi Vici

Hulu has picked up the US streaming rights for MTG Viaplay's ten-part drama Veni Vidi Vici, which stars Thomas Bo Larsen (Follow The Money) as a struggling movie director who decides to take a job in the adult entertainment industry. Karsten Daugaard (Thomas Bo Larsen) is a Danish film director going through a rough patch. His films are getting bad reviews, and at home he is dominated by his wife Jonna (Livia Millhagen). Reluctantly accepting his fate, Karsten accepts a real job

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,

The Ash Lad Confirmed For Trilogy Of Folklore

Maipo Film has announced that Askeladden – i Dovregubbens hall (The Ash Lad: In the Hall of the Mountain King), which opened in Norway on Friday, will be the first in a trilogy costing 180 million kroner. In The Ash Lad, Espen Askeladd (Vebjørn Enger), a poor farmer's son embarks on a dangerous quest with his brothers to save Princess Kristin (Eili Harboe) from the Mountain King troll, and use the reward to save the family farm from ruin. The original tale

Mammon Nominated For International Emmy Award

Season two of Norwegian thriller Mammon has been nominated for Best Drama at the 45th International Emmy Awards. It will compete against Justiça from Brazil, Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit from Japan, and Wanted from Australia. In Mammon, a well-known and controversial journalist is killed. Norway is in shock. Freedom of expression is under attack and the country fears that terror will strike again. As the story unfolds, the journalist’s wife (Laura Christensen) and Peter Vera (Jon Øigarden) try to unravel