The Audience Voted for ‘Someone You Love’

Pernille Fischer Christensen’s drama “Someone You Love” won the Audience Award for Best International Feature at the Los Angeles Film Festival closing on 19 June. The festival marked the film’s North American premiere. Back in 2010, Fischer Christensen took home the festival’s top prize for “A Family”. Tackling issues of family ties as in her previous film from […]

Indiewire ‘Someone You Love’ Review

“Someone You Love,” the latest film from Danish filmmaker Pernille Fischer Christensen, centers on the complicated, though universal issue of family, and everything that that entails — love, heartbreak and hope. Even for someone who seems to have a charmed life, you can’t escape family, and the responsibilities, joys, and drama along with it. Thomas Jacob […]

‘Someone You Love’ and ‘In Order of Disappearance’ win awards at the 30th Festroia in Portugal

On the recently conducted 30th Film Festival Festroia, Pernille Fischer Christensen’s emotional drama SOMEONE YOU LOVE, that was selected for Berlinale Special and stars Mikael Persbrandt (IN A BETTER WORLD, 2010; THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG, 2013) took home the CICAE Prize (given by a jury formed by European Exhibitors) and a Silver Dolphin […]

Yes We Love received honorable mention in Cannes

Norwegian director Hallvar Witzø’s second short film, Yes We Love (Ja vi elsker), received on Saturday May 24th honorable mention from the jury of the short film competition at the Cannes International Film Festival, which ends Sunday. This year Witzø’s 15-minute short was the only Nordic selection for the festival’s main competition. Very special talent “Here we […]

Norwegian Short ‘Yes We Love’ Off to Cannes

Norwegian director Hallvar Witzø, whose Tuba Atlantic won a Student Oscar in 2010, is the only Nordic contender in the Cannes festival’s short film competition with Yes We Love. Norwegian director Hallvar Witzø’s Yes We Love (Ja vi elsker) – the first words of the Norwegian national anthem – will be the only Nordic short […]

Love & Engineering to Premiere at Tribeca

Love and Engineering by Tonislav Hristov will be premiere in April at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York as part of the Viewpoints section, which is committed to launching fresh voices and embracing risky and original storytelling. The documentary is about the incompatibility between women and engineers. The story follows 34 year old Atanas, a […]