Cinema Scandinavia i — September 2015, #10

Cinema Scandinavia

A bimonthly magazine about Nordic film and television around the world.

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EUR 4.95 — Released 7 September 2015

Why do the Brits love Nordic Noir? Nordic Noir: An Unconditional Success Nordicana 2015 Nailing Dysfunction: An interview with the cast of The Legacy Youthful Discretion: An interview with the cast of 1864 An audience with the queen of Nordic Noir Back to the beginning From Fritz Lang to Victor Sjostrom: Film noir elements in Scandinavian silent films A chess game through life: The influence of film noir in Ingmar Bergman’s works Headhunters: Words, pictures and grey-scale Tarantino More storytelling, less objectivity Denmark’s most wanted: A conversation with Nikolaj Kopernikus The man in four times: A study of Kurt Wallander The Swedish Twin Peaks Nordic Noir in Uncharted Territory Gender, domesticity and the empty signifier in Tomas Alfredson’s Let the Right One In and Matt Reeves Let Me In Noir in name only: The horsepower behind Nicolas Winding Refn’s Drive When your favourite book turns into a film: Evil The odd one out: Borgen‘s place in Nordic Noir Tommy The master of Nordic Noir: Kim Bodnia

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