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Cannes: Neon Nabs Social Satire ‘Triangle of Sadness’ for North America

Neon has acquired the North American rights to Ruben Östlund’s social satire Triangle of Sadness after its world premiere in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. Östlund, who previously won the top prize in Un Certain Regard for Force Majeure and the Palme d’Or for The Square, wrote and directed Triangle of Sadness. The movie […]

Kristina Börjeson Named Head of Production at Scandi Fund Film i Väst

Veteran Swedish executive Kristina Börjeson has been named the head of production at Scandinavian film fund Film i Väst, which has backed such productions as 'Atomic Blonde,' 'Rambo: Last Blood' and 'The Square.'

Woody Harrelson Boards Ruben Ostlund’s ‘Triangle of Sadness’ Satire

Swedish filmmaker Ruben Ostlund, winner of the 2017 Cannes Palme d'Or for 'The Square,' has cast Woody Harrelson and newcomers Charlbi Dean and Harris Dickinson in his satire 'Triangle of Sadness.'

Piotr Domalewski’s ‘Silent Night’ Wins Best Film at Polish Film Awards

'The Square' was celebrated as the best European film.

‘The Square’ Star Reveals Backstory on That Memorable 12-Minute Museum Gala Scene

Terry Notary, who stars in Sweden's Oscar-nominated entry, opens up about how the scene in which his performance artist character terrorizes a black-tie crowd came together.

‘Borg vs. McEnroe’ Secures 10 Nominations for Sweden’s Guldbagge Awards

Shia LaBeouf's performance as John McEnroe in Janus Metz' tennis biopic scored a Guldbagge best supporting actor nom, a rare feat for a non-Nordic actor.

Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the Best Foreign-Language Films of 2017

From a Chilean character study about a grieving trans woman to a French cannibal flick, a scathing indictment of Israeli military culture, a hushed Japanese family drama and more, here are the best foreign-language movies of the year.

‘The Square’ Wins Big at 2017 European Film Awards

Ruben Ostlund's Swedish satire swept the night, winning honors for best film, director, screenplay and actor.

European Film Awards: Watch the Live Stream

Swedish art world satire 'The Square' is a frontrunner for this year's awards, which air Saturday from Berlin.

How the “European Oscars” Is Staying True to Its Roots

The 30th edition of the European Film Awards, taking place Dec. 9 in Berlin, looks to be as iconoclastic as ever as Brexit and the rise of nationalism across the continent pose a potential "threat" to cinema.

How ‘The Square’ Used a Half-Naked Ape-Man to Pull Off the Film’s Most “Intense and Unexpected” Scene

"The idea of it, basically, is that we're all animals," says director Ruben Ostlund, whose Palme d'Or-winning film skewers the Swedish art-world scene with a biting satire (co-starring non-Swedes Elisabeth Moss and Dominic West) that turns high culture into monkey business.

Andrey Zvyagintsev’s ‘Loveless’ Wins Two European Film Awards

The Russian drama got honors for best cinematography and best composer as the EFA unveiled its technical awards.