The Inner Circle To Begin Filming At Almedalen

Viaplay has announced that new eight-part political drama The Inner Circle (Den inre cirkeln), based on the debut novel by political strategist Per Schlingmann, will begin filming next month at the annual Almedalen Week political forum in Visby. The Inner Circle follows those at the very epicentre of the political world, during a hot summer at Almedal, with Niklas Engdahl (Bonus Family) as a career-driven business minister, Nanna Blondell (Hassel) as his press officer, and Ebba Hultkvist (Skärgårdsdoktorn) will also star. Per

Spin | Les hommes de l’ombre

OVERVIEW | CAST & CREW | SEASON 1 | SEASON 2 | SEASON 3 Starring: Emmanuel Daucé, Charline de Lépine, Dan Franck 2012. Ended Spin is a political thriller that brings us deep in the heart of a tension filled political campaign. Games of power, reason, hate and love: these Spin doctors will go to any lengths to see their candidate win. In series 1, France is in shock: the President s been assassinated. Behind the scenes, politicians are already campaigning for the special

Conspiracy Of Silence In The Swedish Arms Trade

Viaplay has announced Ingen utan skuld (Conspiracy Of Silence), a new eight-part political thriller written by Peter Arrhenius (Welcome to Sweden) about the Swedish arms trade. Jens Hultén (Johan Falk) plays Robert Kastell, a former arms dealer forced into exile who returns to Sweden seeking revenge on the man who tried to kill him. Through this central story, the series will explore layers of complex moral issues from the authorities through to the individual. Writer, Peter Arrhenius says: "Ingen utan skuld is

Finland’s YLE To Produce Chilean Military Coup Thriller

Variety reports that Finnish broadcaster YLE and Santiago de Chile’s Parox are to co-produce six-part political thriller Invisible Heroes, written by Tarja Kylma and Manuela Infante Guell, set during Chile’s 1973 military coup. The story follows Finnish diplomat Tapani who works in secret, not only from the Chilean military junta, but also from the media and the Finnish government, which proclaims a neutral and passive political position. Tapani risks his career and his family’s safety by hiding refugees at home as General