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Lone Scherfig’s Creative Alliance, Nordisk Film Join Forces

In the latest of a flurry of collaborations in the European independent film and TV scene, Danish group Creative Alliance, the production outfit headed by directors Lone Scherfig (The Kindness of Strangers, An Education) and Ole Christian Madsen (Flame & Citron) and producer/CEO Malene Blenkov (The Kindness of Strangers, Backstabbing for Beginners), has signed an […]

Carey Mulligan Signs With CAA

Carey Mulligan, whose onscreen credits include Wildlife, Suffragette, Drive and An Education, is returning to CAA.

‘The Kindness of Strangers’: Film Review | Berlin 2019

Zoe Kazan provides the linchpin in Lone Scherfig's New York-set ensemble drama 'The Kindness of Strangers,' about the intertwined lives of people in crisis or seeking to connect, chosen to open the Berlin Film Festival.

Berlin Opener Director Lone Scherfig Praises American Charity

Lone Scherfig, who calls her Berlin opener, 'The Kindness of Strangers,' a film about down-and-out people with a happy ending, on Thursday praised North Americans for the charity they show one another.

Lone Scherfig on the Timely Themes of ‘The Kindness of Strangers’

Danish auteur Lone Scherfig talks returning to the Berlinale with her New York-set festival opener 'The Kindness of Strangers,' which stars Zoe Kazan, Jay Baruchel, Andrea Riseborough, Tahar Rahim and Bill Nighy.

Lone Scherfig’s ‘The Kindness of Strangers’ to Open 2019 Berlin Film Festival

Zoe Kazan, Tahar Rahim, Andrea Riseborough, Caleb Landry Jones, Jay Baruchel and Bill Nighy star in Lone Scherfig's 'The Kindness,' which will open the 2019 Berlin International Film Festival.

‘An Education’ Director Lone Scherfig to Head up Zurich Festival Jury

'Game of Thrones' actress Sibel Kekilli, 'Hanna' screenwriter David Farr and 'In Bruges' producer Graham Broadbent will help pick this year's festival winners.

‘Their Finest’: Film Review | TIFF 2016

Gemma Arterton and Sam Claflin play reluctant screenwriting collaborators on a WWII film designed to lift the British public's spirits and coax America into the conflict in Lone Scherfig's period comedy-drama 'Their Finest.'

‘A Serious Game’ (‘Den allvarsamma leken’): Berlin Review

Actress-turned-director Pernilla August tackles a 1912 Swedish literary classic in her second feature, a turn-of-the-20th-century drama of love and adultery.

Gemma Arterton, Bill Nighy to Star in Lone Scherfig Rom-Com

HanWay Films will handle international sales of 'Their Finest Hour and a Half,' co-financed by BBC Films.

Lone Scherfig Talks Lars von Trier, Precision Versus Grandeur, Next Projects

The first woman to deliver BAFTA's David Lean Lecture, the Danish director in London also discusses the role of seduction in filmmaking

Denmark’s Lone Scherfig to Become First Woman to Give BAFTA’s David Lean Lecture

The director of 'Italian for Beginners' and 'An Education' will deliver the film lecture in London in December