Hero Of The Seas Awaits Green Light From NRK

An epic drama based on Hero Of The Seas (En sjøens helt) by Jon Michelet, who died on Saturday, is in development for NRK with a budget of NOK 130-150 million. The series of novels has sold 800,000 copies so far and the sixth volume, Krigerens hjemkomst, will be published this autumn. If greenlit, season one will be an adaptation of the first volume in the series, Skogsmatrosen, where 18-year-old Halvor Skramstad joins the Norwegian merchant navy in December 1939, and

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

Resistance | Résistance

OVERVIEW | CAST & CREW | SEASON 1 Starring: Pauline Burlet, Tom Hudson, Jean-Baptiste Lagnié 2014. Series Ended Paris, 1940. Revolted by the injustice of the Occupation, seventeen-year-old Lili joins a group of resistance fighters to fight the Germans and their French collaborators. The young combatants expose themselves to the relentless might of the enemy, and set up resistance networks that ultimately lead to the liberation of Paris in August 1944. TRAILER:

Heartless & The Bridge Alumni Set For War Movie

Fridthjof Film has announced that Sebastian Jessen (Heartless) and Thure Lindhardt (The Bridge) will star in the forthcoming World War I movie Krig & Kærlighed (War & Love), an epic tale written and directed by Kasper Torsting. Esben (Sebastian Jessen) fakes his own death to escape from the war and be reunited with his beloved wife Kirstine (Rosalinde Mynster) and their son Karl. But after three years apart, everything has changed... A charming German officer (Thure Lindhardt) has taken his place as

Nobel Wins Best Drama At 56th Rose d’Or Awards

Nobel was named Best Drama at the 56th Rose d'Or Awards on Tuesday in a ceremony held at the Axica Convention Centre, next to the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. The series follows Lieutenant Erling Riiser (Aksel Hennie) from the Armed Forces Special Commando Unit who heads home to Norway after a long tour in Afghanistan. He soon becomes a pawn in an international game of politics, and as the stakes grow higher he is forced to discover just how far he