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4 items from 2012

Woody Allen’s Next Will Have Some Danish Flavor

12 March 2012 10:35 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Contrary to a story that we brought you back in August, THR tells us that Woody Allen will follow this year’s Nero Fiddled with a feature set in Copenhagen, Denmark. (The prior story claimed that Munich, Germany would be the next stamp on his passport. Das wurde nicht sollen sein.)

Such news coming this early in the project’s life leaves details quiet, with the involvement of Allen‘s frequent producer Letty Aronson & Danish company Per Holst — along with the mention of a 2013 shoot — being the only items that could be taken as hard facts. (When those are “hard facts,” you kind of get the picture.) A tad odd, then, that Allen might take a year off from filmmaking, what with his consistent one-per-year schedule and, not to mention, another promising effort in the pipeline; not that he hasn’t earned a quick breather, though. And will a year »

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Woody Allen May Go To Copenhagen For His Next Movie

12 March 2012 7:18 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Lest you think winning an Oscar for Best Screenplay for "Midnight In Paris," taking a starring role in the upcoming comedy "Fading Gigolo" and preparing "Bullets Over Broadway" for the musical stage has kept Woody Allen from keeping his eye on his next movie, guess again. With Europe continuing to inspire a late career rebound with movies set in London, Paris, Barcelona and Rome ("Nero Fiddled"), it's no shocker that the helmer is once again looking overseas as the setting for his next outing.

THR reports that his longtime producer (and sister) Letty Aronson is currently in talks with Danish producer Per Holst about brining the writer/director's next movie to Copenhagen for a 2013 shoot. But, we'll see how this plays out. Over the summer, Munich was revelead as also being in the mix and frankly, it'll probably come down to whichever city can offer up the best financial incentives to the production. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Woody Allen Travels to Copenhagen Next

12 March 2012 | | See recent news »

Over the last eight years, filmmaker Woody Allen has forayed outside the comfort of his New York City environment to make films in other countries, starting with a quartet of films in England, which included Match Point and Scoop , as well as Vicky Cristina Barcelona in Spain. A few weeks back, Allen won his fourth Oscar for his screenplay for Midnight in Paris and on June 22, his next movie Nero Fiddled will take him to Rome. According to The Hollywood Reporter , Allen's next untitled film will take him to Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, as he continues his tour of European cities. According to the story, Allen's collaborator on these European films, producer Letty Aronson, is in talks with Danish producer Per Holst ( Per the Conqueror ) to set up the production for a »

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Simon And The Oaks Tops Swedish Oscar Nominations: Guldbagge Awards

9 January 2012 1:09 AM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Bill Skarsgård, Simon and the Oaks Best film Apflickorna / She Monkeys Producer: Helene Lindholm Play Producer: Erik Hemmendorff Simon och ekarna / Simon and the Oaks Producers: Christer Nilson, Per Holst Best Foreign Language Film Kynodontas / Dogtooth Director: Yorgos Lanthimos Jodaeiye Nader az Simin / A Separation Director: Asghar Farhadi Winter's Bone Director: Debra Granik Best Director Lisa Aschan for Apflickorna / She Monkeys Lisa Ohlin for Simon och ekarna / Simon and the Oaks Ruben Östlund for Play Best actress in a leading role Ann Petrén for her role as Jonna in Happy End Magdalena Poplawska for her role as Marta in Between 2 Fires Helen Sjöholm for her role as Karin Larsson in Simon och ekarna / Simon and the Oaks Best actor in a leading role Mikael Persbrandt for his role as Johan in Stockholm Östra / Stockholm East Sven-Bertil Taube for his role as George in En enkel till Antibes / A One-way to »

- Steve Montgomery

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