Hidden: First Born Begins Filming In Budapest

Filming has begun in Budapest for Viaplay's eight part drama Hidden: First Born (Hidden: Förstfödd), based on the novel by Filip Alexanderson, which stars August Wittgenstein (The Crown) and Izabella Scorupco (Goldeneye) in a tale of dark secrets and supernatural forces. Law student Jonas (August Wittgenstein) is involved in a serious accident and from that moment on his life is turned upside down. It becomes clear that he is being hunted and is forced to escape into the shadows of

Filip Alexanderson Fantasy To Be Hidden By Viaplay

MTG Studios has announced Hidden, an eight part drama for Viaplay starring August Wittgenstein (The Crown) and Izabella Scorupco (Goldeneye), where dark secrets, unsuspected identities and supernatural forces converge against the backdrop of modern day Stockholm. Based on the novel Förstfödd by Filip Alexanderson, a law student is working on building sites to support his sick mother when he is involved in a serious accident. From that moment on his life is turned upside down. It becomes clear that he is

Possible Third Season For Supernatural Jordskott

Series creator of supernatural thriller Jordskott, which returns for its season two premiere this Sunday, has revealed to SVT that there are plans for a third season if this one is well received. Two years have passed since the shocking events of season one, and Eva Thörnblad (Moa Gammel) has left Silverhöjd behind for the big city’s grey concrete and her work at Stockholm Police. However, Eva soon picks up a mysterious case that forces her to confront the mythological world

Norway Selects Joachim Trier’s Thelma For Oscars

The Norwegian Oscar Committee has announced that Joachim Trier's supernatural thriller Thelma, which recently won the Norwegian Critics Prize at Haugesund, will represent Norway for consideration in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 90th Academy Awards. In the film, Thelma (Eili Harboe) moves away from her religious family in Western Norway to study in Oslo and falls in love with fellow student Anja (Okay Kaya). She begins to notice a connection to the supernatural, which manifests itself in violent

Joachim Trier’s Thelma Wins Norwegian Critics Prize

In an awards ceremony to mark the end of the 45th Norwegian Film Festival in Haugesund, Joachim Trier's latest feature Thelma, which opened the festival on Sunday, was presented with the Norwegian Film Critics Prize. In the film, Thelma (Eili Harboe) moves away from her religious family in Western Norway to study in Oslo and falls in love with fellow student Anja (Okay Kaya). She begins to notice a connection to the supernatural, which manifests itself in violent attacks, but tries