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Trio partner on new series based on successful novelist Jussi Adler-Olsen’s Danish series about a Danish police force.

Danish production companies Zentropa and Nordisk Film and German ZDF production house Network Movie are partnering on a new series of film adaptations based on successful novel writer Jussi Adler-Olsen’s Danish series about a police force, Department Q.

Adler-Olsen has captured both readers and reviewers throughout the world. Since the publication of the first novel, The Woman in the Cage (2007), Jussi Adler-Olsen’s Department Q-series has been successful in many countries. The rights to The Woman In The Cage have been sold for publication in 21 countries throughout the world including the USA.

Zentropa acquired the film rights to the book series when the second book was released, The Pheasant Killers(2008). The Danish production company has now agreed on a cooperation with German Network Movie and Danish Nordisk Film, and the strong alliance are going to bring the thriller-series from paper to the big screen.

Previously, Network Movie, ZDF Enterprises, ZDF and Nordisk Film have worked together on other successful productions, the latest were Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy and the Swedish blockbuster Snabba Cash.

TrustNordisk is the international sales agent on the new Jussi Adler-Olsen movies.

Mme Chauchat:
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Narodna biblioteka Srbije, utorak, 5. april u 19h - predavanje na temu

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Govori Dean Duda

Izlaganje je posvećeno skandinavskom, uglavnom švedskom kriminalističkom romanu, njegovoj istoriji i mjetu u globalnoj industriji žanra tokom posljednjih stotinjak godina, njegovim glavnim predstavnicima (M. Sjöwall i P. Wahlöö, H. Mankell, H. Nesser, K. Fossum, A. Indriïason, L. Marklund), skandinavskom imaginariju, “švedskom  načinu života” i krahu države blagostanja, sociokrimiću kao podžanrovskoj kategoriji, razlozima popularnosti, talasima zločina i njihovoj reprezentaciji, njegovim relacijama s filmskom i televizijskom industrijom; dakle o žanru koji je, uprkos specifičnoj prepoznatljivosti u posljednjih 40-ak godina, najšire zaintrigrao čitaoca tek nakon uspeha trilogije Millennium.


Dean Duda - profesor na odseku za komparativnu književnost na Filozofskom fakultetu u Zagrebu. Objavio više naučnih radova u časopisima, knjige Priča i putovanje (1998), Kulturalni studiji (2002), priredjivač zbornika, prevoda teorijske literature, objavljivao prikaze i članke u novinama i časopisima. Bavi se savremenim književnim teroijama, kulturnim studijama, popularnom kulturom, istorijom i teorijom pripovednih žanrova.


crippled_avenger:

Scandinavian crime drama sells worldwide, ZDF Enterprises also inks deals for new Nordic thrillers “The Bridge” and “Sebastian Bergmann.”

CANNES – Danish crime drama The Killing made one at MIPCOM, with German sales outfit ZDF Enterprises closing multiple territory deals for the BAFTA-Award winning series. Licensing deals signed included ones with the BBC, SBS Australia, AXN in Spain, Russia’s Channel 1 and KLB in France. The Danish series is the basis for AMC’s Emmy-nominated show of the same name.


ZDF also sold two new Nordic crime shows to BBC Four in the U.K.: the 10 part investigative drama The Bridge and the cop thriller Sebastian Bergman, which consists of two TV movies focused on a bull-headed and politically incorrect police profiler, played by Swedish star Rolf Lassgard (Wallander).

crippled_avenger:
Martin Scorsese is set to direct an English-language feature film adaptation of Norwegian author Jo Nesbo's best-selling novel "The Snowman" for Working Title says The Hollywood Reporter.

The seventh book in a series featuring alcoholic and troubled Norwegian detective Harry Hole, the story involves a boy finding his mother’s pink scarf wrapped around the neck of a ominous looking snowman. Hole realizes she is the latest victim of a serial killer.

Scorsese's been linked for some time but was awaiting on Nesbo to give final approval. He now has and Nesbo says he's not insisting that the film be shot in Oslo where the book is set.

Matthew Michael Carnahan will pen the script while Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner will produce. A recent adaptation of Nesbo's "Headhunters" has become one of the most successful films of all time in the Scandinavian region.

crippled_avenger:
Zanimljivo bi bilo videti da li će neko kod nas prevesti romane švedskog Ellroya, Jensa Lapidusa po čijoj je prozi snimljen SNABBA CASH.

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