Cinema Scandinavia Publication Now Available

Cinema Scandinavia has now been released in a new format, making it easier for you to use the publication for research or leisurely purposes. The new formats are beautiful, minimalistic and truly Scandinavian.

New Editions of Cinema Scandinavia

The first six editions of Cinema Scandinavia have been recreated into a new, beautiful and minimalistic style. At Cinema Scandinavia HQ, we wanted to create something that was high quality, high standard, and truly Scandinavian. These issues accomplish that, and the easy-to-read layout makes it a relaxing and educational experience for learning about Scandinavian cinema.

The new editions are now available in PDF, E-Book, or printed format (if you email orders@cinemascandinavia.com). The first issue is free for everyone to access, and after that the issues are £1 each, or £3 for all of them. Each download comes with an instruction guide on where and how you can read them. All downloads also come with 24/7 support, should you have any problems with your files. If you download any of the issues before the 30th of November, you get 10% off your next purchase.

In addition to our new and easy store, the editions are available on the iTunes Store, so you can easily load them onto your iPhone or iPad. You can download the first issue for free by clicking here, and you can find all other issues by following the links on that page.

One of the biggest requests we had from readers was to fit each issue with an ISSN, and we have done that through the National Library of Australia. It is now possible to document all editions for research purposes.

Click here to access the store

Pre-order the book release of Cinema Scandinavia Issue 7

The upcoming issue of Cinema Scandinavia, our ‘Best of 2014’ issue, is now available for pre-order. We are excited to announce that this issue will be printed in a book and delivered right to your door. The book will be just short of A4 size, 60+ pages, have an ISBN number, and will be in full colour. They are going to look amazing, be highly collectable, and will be strictly limited in printing.

If you pre-order the upcoming edition, you will receive:

  • A 20% discount on your next purchase
  • Access to exclusive competitions to win books about Scandinavian cinema (at the moment we are looking to give away either ‘Scandinavian Cinema’ by Peter Cowie, a now hard-to-find book)
  • Additional articles not available on the store or in PDF format
  • Copies of the PDF and E-Book edition

The book costs £10 plus shipping, and will be posted safely and securely in registered mail.

When you pre-order you don’t need to pay anything until you receive your item. These books are limited, so click here to pre-order.

Writers Discount

Contributors are now eligible for their own unique download code that will get them a variety of discounts for all purchases. They are as follows:

  • 1-2 Articles: 10% discount
  • 2-4 Articles: 20% discount
  • 4-6 Articles: 30% discount
  • 6-8 Articles: 40% discount
  • 8+: 50% discount*

To get your unique code, email orders@cinemascandinavia.com. This option is not available on the iBooks store.

*These numbers will change as more issues are published.


The deadline for articles for the upcoming issue is November 14, so there is still time to get yourself published and a discount for the next issue.


Cinema Scandinavia is really excited for all these great changes, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

– Cinema Scandinavia HQ

Emma Vestrheim

Emma Vestrheim is the editor-in-chief of Cinema Scandinavia. Originally from Australia, she is now based in Bergen, Norway, and attends major Nordic film festivals to conduct interviews and review new films.