Spotlight on: Swedish director Ruben Östlund and his standout films ahead of the release of Triangle of Sadness

Swedish director Ruben Östlund’s eagerly anticipated film Triangle of Sadness gets its UK release this Friday October 28th, and we are happy to report that it certainly lives up to expectations for fans of his movies – and what makes … Continue reading Spotlight on: Swedish director Ruben Östlund and his standout films ahead of the release of Triangle of Sadness

Summerlight, and Then Comes The Night director Elfar Adalsteins talks to Nordic Watchlist about his adaptation

Reykjavik Film Festival came to a close last weekend with a much anticipated Iceland feature, Summerlight and Then Comes The Night, based on a 2005 book by Jón Kalman Stefánsson. The film is directed by Icelandic born director, screenwriter and … Continue reading Summerlight, and Then Comes The Night director Elfar Adalsteins talks to Nordic Watchlist about his adaptation

Quantum Dot discuss their new single and joining forces with Icelandic singer Thorunn Egilsdottir

We spoke with Quantum Dot who recently joined forces with Icelandic singer Thorunna Eglisdottir – here Patrick from the band tells us how they managed to join forces. Quantum Dot also provided us with an exclusive listen to one of … Continue reading Quantum Dot discuss their new single and joining forces with Icelandic singer Thorunn Egilsdottir

Who’s Who in Netflix’s new series The Playlist inspired by the story of Spotify

Nordic Watchlist had the wonderful opportunity to speak to four of the stars from Netflix’s new Swedish series The Playlist. A six-part fictionalised account that focuses on the people who played key roles in the creation of music player Spotify … Continue reading Who’s Who in Netflix’s new series The Playlist inspired by the story of Spotify

In conversation with artist Eirik Sæther on his debut film role in Norwegian dark comedy Sick of Myself

I’m waiting to speak to Eirik and as our zoom calls starts, he’s making sure the camera is taking in an object behind him. It is a sculpture of what looks like a big cat. Eirik: Hold on, let me … Continue reading In conversation with artist Eirik Sæther on his debut film role in Norwegian dark comedy Sick of Myself