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  1. Wave Washes Away Two Crew Members on Norwegian Film Shoot

    9:27 am 11/29/2011

    The accident follows a similar tragedy on a Swedish shoot last month.Read more

  2. Lena Olin, Tobias Zilliacus Join Cast of Lasse Hallstrom’s ‘The Hypnotist’

    6:57 am 11/11/2011

    Mikael Persbrandt also stars in Hallstrom’s adaptation of Lars Kepler’s international bestseller.Read more

  3. 'The King's Speech,' 'In a Better World,' 'Unknown' Compete for European People's Choice Award

    3:42 am 9/1/2011

    Previous winners of the European Film Academy's audience honor include "Slumdog Millionaire," "Volver" and "Amelie."Read more

  4. Without 'Avatar,' Danish Box Office Down 10% In First Half of 2011

    6:00 am 7/12/2011

    Local productions take 29% market share.Read more

  5. Oscar Winner Susanne Bier Wins Munich Film Festival's Bernhard Wicki Prize

    2:47 am 6/16/2011

    "In A Better World" director returns to comedy with her next film, "All You Need Is Love."Read more

  6. Lars Von Trier's Zentropa Launches VOD Site (Cannes)

    1:24 am 5/11/2011

    Venture launches May 18 and marks the first time an independent production company has set up its own on-demand platform.Read more

  7. Foreign-Language Oscar Race: The Five Films That Were Snubbed

    5:10 pm 1/20/2011

    THR's Oscar Brain Trust reports three foreign films you can count on for noms, and scratches its head over five snubs you thought were shoo-ins.Read more

  8. 'Biutiful,' 'In a Better World' Make Foreign-Language Oscar Shortlist

    10:03 am 1/19/2011

    Nine films have advanced in the foreign language Oscar race, it was announced Wednesday.Read more

  9. What the Nominees Are Saying About Their Golden Globe Noms

    7:24 am 12/14/2010

    Read reactions from Jim Parsons, Nicole Kidman, Aaron Sorkin, Black Swan producer Scott Franklin -- and more. Constantly updated.Read more

  10. In a Better World: Film Review

    7:17 pm 9/27/2010

    Denmark's foreign-language Oscar winner about two families whose fates are fatefully intertwined opens in N.Y. and L.A. today, followed by a national rollout.Read more

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