Tuesday November 24, 2020

New film festival goes behind the subtitles

These days, it seems inevitable that any critically acclaimed European film will end up in the hands of Hollywood for the English-language remake.

11th November, 2012
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Nicolaj Coster-Waldau in Headhunters.

These days, it seems inevitable that any critically acclaimed European film will end up in the hands of Hollywood for the English-language remake.

A symptom of reduced creativity in the big studios, perhaps, but it's also a sign that countries such as Norway and Iceland are simply producing some of the best films in modern cinema.

Lovers of international films will therefore welcome a new film festival being added to an already busy calendar. The...

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