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The drama, Denmark's official entry for the foreign language film Oscar, stars Mads Mikkelsen as a man falsely accused of child abuse. READ MORE
The crime thriller, the first in a series based on Jussi Alder-Olsen’s Department Q bestsellers, has grossed close to $8 million in local release so far. READ MORE
Thomas Vinterberg's Cannes winner, starring Mads Mikkelsen, is chosen by the Danish Film Institute to vie for a slot. READ MORE
Movies from Thomas Vinterberg, Baltasar Kormakur and Gabriela Pichler are among the contenders for the honor. READ MORE
These titles are in the running to represent the country in next year's foreign-language Academy Award race. READ MORE
Kristian Levring will direct "Salvation" for Zentropa from a script co-written with 'In a Better World' screenwriter Anders Thomas Jensen. READ MORE
The partnership will see top Nordic directors including Thomas Vinterberg, Lone Scherfig and Janus Menz develop and direct English-language projects. READ MORE
The lineup of the Swedish fest also includes "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" and a life-time achievement honor for German director Margarethe von Trotta. READ MORE
No sign of a slow down in the German market as local distributors snatch up dozens of Cannes titles. READ MORE
Mads Mikkelsen won Cannes Best Actor prize playing a man falsely accused of abuse in Thomas Vinterberg’s Danish drama. READ MORE
"Hold Back" and "The Hunt" also pick up nods. READ MORE
A kindergarten teacher (Mads Mikkelsen) is wrongly accused of committing a lewd act with a student.
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