Spring Tide Begins Filming Season Two In Marseille

Season two of Spring Tide (Springfloden), written by Cilla and Rolf Börjlind (Beck), has begun filming in Marseille, with Julia Ragnarsson and Kjell Bergqvist reprising their roles as Olivia Rönning and Tom Stilton. Rönning and Stilton cross paths once more when the murder of a circus performer in Marseille is believed to be linked to the suicide of a customs official. Their investigation leads them into the cynical world of risk capital where serious money is being milked from the Swedish

Sofie Gråbøl Set For Adaptation Of Ejersbo’s Liberty

As principal photography begins in Denmark for Liberty, adapted by Asger Leth from the novel by Jakob Ejersbo, DR has announced casting details for the series directed by Mikael Marcimain (Gentlemen). Set in Tanzania during the 1980s, Liberty follows two young men from very different backgrounds. Christian is the son of Danish ex-pats, while Marcus works as a house boy for a Swedish family and hopes that they will eventually take him back to Europe with them. Their friendship defines a divided

Christoffer Boe To Direct The Purity Of Vengeance

In a press conference at Film i Väst in Cannes, Zentropa announced that Christoffer Boe (The Candidate) will direct The Purity Of Vengeance, its fourth and final film based on the Department Q series of books by Jussi Adler-Olsen. 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)

We, The Drowned To Be Adapted For Television

At Cannes this weekend, FilmFyn announced that it was on board as a finance partner with Marlowfilm to develop Carsten Jensen's bestselling novel We, The Drowned (Vi, de druknede) into an eight-part English-language television series. Set in 1848, the story of a motley crew of Danish sailors who set sail from the small island town of Marstal to fight the Germans. Not all of them return - and those who do will never be the same. Among them is daredevil Laurids

Cannes Winner Rams Set For Australian Remake

According to Variety, WestEnd Films has signed a co-production deal with Australia’s WBMC for an English-language remake of hit Icelandic movie Rams (Hrútar), which won the Un Certian Regard Prize at Cannes in 2015. In Rams, brothers Gummi and Kiddi live side by side tending to their sheep, not having spoken to each other in four decades. But when Kiddi’s sheep are struck by a lethal disease, the entire valley comes under threat as the authorities decide to cull all the