The Matrix Star Carrie-Anne Moss Joins Wisting

Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix) will play FBI agent Maggie Griffin in Viaplay’s ten-part crime drama Wisting, adapted by Trygve Allister Diesen (The Third Eye) and Katrine Valen Zeiner (Eyewitness) from Jørn Lier Horst’s novels The Hunting Dogs and The Caveman. Empathetic, meticulous and relentless – the only thing to escape Larvik detective William Wisting (Sven Nordin) in his hunt for Norway’s most notorious criminals is a happy family life. And when two mysterious deaths interrupt Wisting’s Christmas, it is the beginning

What Will People Say | Hva vil folk si

OVERVIEW | CAST & CREW 2017 | 106 minutes | Drama Director: Iram Haq Written by: Iram Haq Stars: Maria Mozhdah, Adil Hussain, Ekavali Khanna Sixteen year-old Nisha lives a double life. At home with her family she is the perfect Pakistani daughter, and when out with her friends, she is a normal Norwegian teenager. But when her father catches her in bed with her boyfriend, Nisha's two worlds brutally collide. To set an example, Nisha's parents decide to kidnap her and place her with relatives

No Golden Bear In Berlin For Erik Poppe Utøya Movie

Erik Poppe's account of the 2011 shootings on the island of Utøya missed out on the Golden Bear in the main competition programme of the Berlin Film Festival, which went to Adina Pintilie's Touch Me Not, but is content with the exposure his work was afforded. 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. U – July 22,

Viaplay Picks Up Rights To High Octane Fury Thriller

Premium streaming service Viaplay has picked up Nordic rights to eight-part thriller Fury, about Europe’s struggle for identity and the forces that want to tear it apart. Roar Uthaug (Tomb Raider) will direct. In Fury, written by International Emmy winner Gjermund S. Eriksen (Mammon) and Helena Nielsen (Black Widows), a cop blows the cover of a police officer who has infiltrated a right-wing movement in Norway. Together, they must track down a European network of right-wing extremists and thwart an impending

Stellan Skarsgård Begins Filming Out Stealing Horses

The movie adaptation of Per Petterson's best-selling 2003 novel Out Stealing Horses (Ut Og Stjæle Heste), written and directed by Hans Petter Moland (A Conspiracy Of Faith), begins filming this week with a budget of €4.1m. 67 year old widower Trond (Stellan Skarsgård) has moved to a small rural community with his dog after losing his second wife. Here he plans to celebrate the millennium alone, but he discovers that he has a neighbour who knew him back in the summer