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Icelandic star Aníta Briem speaks to DQ about turning creator and writer for relationship drama As Long As We Live, how her own life inspired the series and her experience of increasing representation for women in film and TV.
With international shoots now a regular ingredient in making television drama, producer Jan Marnell tells DQ how Swedish drama Fartblinda (Blinded) moved to Malta for its second season.
DQ travels to Finland to meet the cast and creative team of Mobile 101, an upcoming drama that charts the rise of Nokia amid the mobile phone technology boom of the 1980s and 1990s.
Christie done differently
Actors Johan Rheborg and Hanna Alström reveal what attracted them to their starring roles in Agatha Christie’s Hjerson, a Swedish series that offers a fresh and unique take on the crime writer’s work.
Stars Josefin Asplund and Alexey Manvelov discuss the making of Swedish drama Top Dog, which centres on aspiring lawyer and an ex-con who forge an unlikely partnership.
Jan Guillou’s literary hero Carl Hamilton is given a contemporary update in Swedish action thriller Agent Hamilton. Star Jakob Oftebro and director Erik Leijonborg reveal how it was done.
Swedish producer Piodor Gustafsson reveals his approach to book adaptations and explains why thriller Moscow Noir presents a new side of Russia.
DQ lands in Stockholm to find a city-centre park taken over by filming for spy action thriller Agent Hamilton. The cast and creative team reveal their screen ambitions for Jan Guillou’s iconic literary character.
Swedish actor Julia Ragnarsson talks to DQ about financial thriller Fartblinda (Blinded), in which she plays a journalist tasked with investigating her married lover.
As Versailles concludes after three seasons, executive producer Claude Chelli and costume designer Madeline Fontaine discuss the making of the lavish French historical drama.
Swedish noir Modus is back for a second season, with a cast that now includes Kim Cattrall as the US president. DQ visits the Stockholm set to find out why this drama has global appeal.
‘Tis the season for renewals
Probably the best measure of whether a show is a hit is if it gets renewed. DQ looks at some of those to receive new season orders and those considered dead certs to come back next year.