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K5 International Buys into Blockchain Group White Rabbit

Norwegian group White Rabbit will get access to the K5's film library, which includes Jim Jarmusch's 'Paterson' and Oscar-nominee 'Land of Mine.'

Oscar-Nominated Foreign-Language Directors Weigh In on Trump’s Travel Ban

"It's not relevant which country Donald Trump banned," says Maren Ade, director of Germany's 'Toni Erdmann.' "Mixing the topics of terrorism and refugees is horrible, inhuman politics because it…

Oscars: How Foreign-Language Nominee ‘Land of Mine’ Gained Relevance in the Wake of Trump’s Election

"At that time, it was allowed to hate Germans because of what happened," says director Martin Zandvliet of the post-World War II era in which his film is set. "Now it seems like it is almost allowed…

Berlin: 2017 Shooting Stars Announced

'Land of Mine' actor Louis Hofmann, 'Afterimage' star Zofia Wichlacz and Italian actor Alessandro Borghi are among the 10 young talents picked for the annual actors showcase.

How ‘Land of Mine’ Focuses on Denmark’s Dark Past

Martin Zandvliet's drama takes his country to task for its treatment of teen POWs, German prisoners-of-war who were tasked with clearing the Danish coast of 1.5 million mines.

Danish Oscar Hopeful ‘Land of Mine’ Wins 3 Tech Honors at European Film Awards

'Suffragette,' 'Commune' and 'The Student' were among early winners in technical categories.

Oscars: Denmark Selects ‘Land of Mine’ for Foreign-Language Category

Martin Zandvliet's powerful drama, set just after WWII, follows German prisoners of war put to work defusing land mines along the Danish coast.

‘Louder Than Bombs,’ ‘Land of Mine,’ ‘Sparrows’ Nominated for Nordic Council Prize

Features from Finland's Juho Kuosmanen and Swedish director Magnus von Horn are also among the contenders for Scandinavia's top film honor.

Cannes: ‘Man on a Ledge’ Director to Helm Nordisk Drama ‘White Dog’ From ‘Land of Mine’ Writer

The project is set in Pittsburgh in "a post-9/11 society where bigotry and racism [are] becoming mainstream."

TIFF: World War II Film ‘Land of Mine’ Selling to Sony Pictures Classics (Exclusive)

The Martin Zandvliet-helmed film made its world premiere on the opening night of the Toronto Film Festival and has garnered some of the best reviews of the crop of acquisition titles available.

TIFF: ‘Land of Mine’ Director, Star on Depicting Denmark’s “Dark Chapter”

"It's a part of our chapter that historians somehow didn't want to write about," director Martin Zandvliet told THR about his World War II drama.

‘Land of Mine’: TIFF Review

Danish director Martin Zandvliet dramatizes a fascinating World War II story about German prisoners put to work defusing land mines along the coast of Denmark.