Atlantic Crossing Reveals Story Of Princess Märtha

NRK's forthcoming eight-part drama Atlantic Crossing (Alt for Norge), based on the true story of Crown Princess Märtha's influence upon World War II, has been awarded a production incentive of over NOK 27,000 by the Norwegian Film Institute. Atlantic Crossing is an inspiring story of how Crown Princess Märtha of Norway escaped from Nazi occupation to become an influential figure in world politics, living in the White House and determined to convince President Roosevelt to join the war. Showrunner and director Alexander

Joel Kinnaman Joins Killing Star For Hanna Adaptation

Joel Kinnaman (Easy Money) is to reunite with Mireille Enos, his co-star from the US version of The Killing, in Amazon's high-concept thriller Hanna, based on Joe Wright's hit movie from 2011. Kinnaman, who currently stars in Altered Carbon on Netflix, plays Erik, a hardened soldier and mercenary who has spent the past 15 years raising his daughter Hanna (Esme Creed-Miles) in the remote forests of northern Poland. Isolated from the world, Erik has devoted his life to teaching Hanna survival techniques

Erik Poppe To Compete For Golden Bear In Berlin

Erik Poppe's film about the 2011 terrorist attack in Norway, U - July 22 (Utøya 22. juli), will compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition programme of the Berlin International Film Festival (15 - 25 February), where it will also premiere. On 22nd July 2011, far-right extremist Anders Behring 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

Kim Bodnia Turned Down A Return To The Bridge

Creator and lead writer for The Bridge (Bron | Broen), Hans Rosenfeldt, has revealed in an interview with Expressen that Kim Bodnia was asked to return for the final season, but declined. The plan was for Kim Bodnia to return for a flashback sequence in episode six of season four when the viewers learn what happened to Tommy, a professional criminal and police informant whose contact was Henrik Sabroe (Thure Lindhardt). Hans Rosenfeldt told Expressen: "It would have been our little gift