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Review: Welcome to Sweden

To be funny or not .. therein lies the rub. Ulf Kirchdorfer takes a look at the NBC sitcom 'Welcome to Sweden' More»

'Searching for Sugarman' director dies

Swedish director Malik Bendjelloul took his own life. More»

More Noomi from Hollywood

Back on the screen with tattoos? Rapace to co-star with Will Smith in Julius Onah-directed 'Brilliance' More»

Impressive Swedish films at Tribeca

In little over ten years the annual NY Film Festival has become one of the most prestigious film festivals in the U.S. More»

In New York this week:

Art, cinema, cars, food and opera More»

DiCaprio chose Hallstrom

over more money and a role opposite Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker. More»

Ecological at the movies

No more Sno Caps, Raisenets or Milk duds .. organic snacks are making it into movie theaters in Sweden. More»

Edda Magnason to Hollywood

The star of the film 'Monica Z' recently signed with Paradigm Talent Agency. More»

Next Swedish actress to Hollywood

.. rumored to play with Colin Firth and Samuel L Jackson in her first Hollywood production. More»

Swedish Oscars 2014

The most important Swedish film award, equivalent to the Oscar was recently awarded. More»

The Chinese-Swedish Sleuth

A recent lunch program at California Lutheran University featured movie characters portrayed by Swedish actors More»

Surfing the Celluloid Sea

Second weekend of the 15th Scandinavian Film Festival L.A. is January 25, 26 at WGA Theater in Beverly Hills More»

Shooting Star Edda Magnason

Another Swedish actress and singer receives the coveted Berlin Film Festival award in 2013. More»

Did your latest movie pass the 'Bechdel test'?

Several Swedish movie theaters have started marking movies according to the requirements.. More»

We are the best

Swedish director Lukas Moodysson's new film 'We Are the Best!' hits all the right notes, according to film critic Niclas Goldberg. More»