Articles about Miso Film
Swedish stars Sofia Helin, Anja Lundqvist, Julia Dufvenius and Elin Klinga and the team behind HBO Max comedy Lust tell DQ how they collaborated off-screen to tell the story of four women confronting issues of sex and intimacy in middle age.
The real-life police officers who inspired Danish drama Efterforskningen (The Investigation) and German series Das Geheimnis des Totenwaldes (Dark Woods) tell DQ about seeing themselves and their work on the small screen.
Tobias Lindholm, writer and director of Danish real-life drama Efterforskningen (The Investigation), reveals why he wanted to tell the story of the people working to solve the 2017 murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall.
Award-winning director Christoffer Boe swaps feature films for TV with a six-part examination of a soldier’s struggle to readjust after returning home from combat. He tells DQ how he teamed up with producer Miso Film for Danish drama Kriger (Warrior).
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.
As Nordic drama continues to thrive, this week we look at some of the shows making headlines both within the region and beyond.
It was a tale of two doctors in the UK this week, with Doctor Foster getting rave reviews on BBC1 and Doc Martin returning to predictably high ratings on ITV. Stateside, meanwhile, the early signs for Fox’s Minority Report are far from positive.
As the popularity of Nordic noir shows no sign of waning, DQ asks Scandinavian drama’s key players where they plan to take the genre next.