Articles about TV3
Director Amir Chamdin reflects on the long journey behind making biopic sports drama Börje – The Journey of a Legend, and his relationship with the titular Swedish ice hockey star who broke down boundaries to become an NHL legend.
Actor Eduardo Lloveras and executive producer Tiffany Ruoz tell DQ about dramatising the little-known story of great Spanish surrealist painter Joan Miró, why he rebelled against traditional art and filming the telemovie in Barcelona.
Creator Anastasia Volkova joins producers Valeriy Fedorovich and Evgeniy Nikishov to discuss Russian drama Dreams of Alice, an atmospheric thriller about a teenager haunted by bloody premonitions.
Swedish crime writer Camilla Läckberg tells DQ about writing her first television series, Lyckoviken, in which a police officer is drawn into a murder investigation after returning to her home town.
GoldenEye star Izabella Scorupco tells DQ why her latest part in Swedish drama Eldmärkt (Hidden) is the role of her life and how there are more exciting characters for her to play now than ever before.
Writing for DQ, Alexandra Modestova, director general of Russian film and television consultancy Expocontent, explains how series such as The Road to Calvary and An Ordinary Woman are leading the rise in female-led dramas in the country.
Scandinavian thriller The Lawyer may bear many of the hallmarks of Nordic noir, but this brighter series adds a new dimension to the ever-popular genre.
Celebrated Russian writer Nikolay Gogol is the star of his own novels in gothic fantasy drama Gogol, which has been launched on the big screen before its debut on TV3. DQ finds out more.
Producer Emma Nyberg, with the help of writer Ulf Kvensler, offers six things you need to know about Swedish horror thriller Svartsjön (Black Lake).
US cable network TNT has greenlit a fifth season of hit series The Last Ship before season four hits the air. Elsewhere, there is news of a new Nordic noir series and a macabre Aussie thriller.