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Women in Nordic Film & Television
In this issue, we celebrate women in Nordic film and television. We explore the female-made hit Norwegian web series Skam, the female-made Icelandic crime series Prisoners, Joachim Trier’s new film Thelma, and speak to perhaps one of the most important female directors in Nordic cinema, Suzanne Osten. We also discuss the representation of women in some of our much-loved films and television series, plus a whole lot more!
Table of Contents
- Nordic Women Throughout Film History. Twenty pages of women throughout Nordic film industry, both in front of and behind the camera.
- The Woman Who Conquered the World: A review of Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words
- “The Culture Is Quite Patriarchal in Sweden”: An interview with Suzanne Osten
- “ALLT ER SKAM” A Norwegian Hit Series That Made History
- Marie Louise Wille: Exploring Life and the Human Soul
- An interview with Joachim Trier, Eskil Vogt and Eili Harboe on Thelma, a female supernatural thriller
- Occupied Season Two: Erik Skjoldbjærg tells us what to look forward to in the second season!
- It’s My Responsibility to Tell This Story: An interview and review of The Nile Hilton Incident
- Gender Dynamics on Screen: An exploration of Force Majeure
- Prisoners: Bringing Icelandic Talent to the Forefront
- What Would You Sacrifice for a Good Story?: A review of 1000 Times Good Night
- Where Is Home?: A review + interview of Shapeshifters
- Female Detectives in Scandinavian Crime
- Who Am I?: A review of While We Live
- The Hand That Giveth, Also Taketh Away: A review of I Called Him Morgan
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