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Princeton Lecture on the Mediatization of Politics in Scandinavian Film and Television
EPS Bondebjerg poster flier Professor Ib Bondebjerg delivered a guest lecture at Princeton University’s Centre For European Politics on “The Mediatization of Politics: Political Themes in Contemporary Scandinavian Film and Television,” on April 14, 2014. The lecture, part of the Program in Contemporary European Politics and Society, examined the main theories of mediatization of politics before going on to discuss and analyse three types of film and television genre ...
The Racial Politics of Nordic Noir
Consuming Race Exploring the appeal of the Nordic countries to contemporary British audiences, Ben Pitcher, author of Consuming Race (Routledge, 2014), considers the racial politics of Nordic culture. From cafes and coffee shops to design and leisure, there’s clearly something of a fashion for Nordic culture in contemporary Britain. And from Michael Booth’s travelogue to Channel 4’s three-part documentary series Scandimania, ...
Latest Scandi Drama Mammon Premiers on More4
Norwegian thriller Mammon gets its UK premier on 4More As Norwegian thriller Mammon gets its UK premiere on More4 this Friday, Eva Novrup Redvall looks at how subtitled Scandinavian drama is branching out beyond the BBC. BBC4’s 9pm Saturday night slot has been the successful home of a streak of Scandinavian drama series, including Wallander, The Killing (Forbrydelsen), Borgen and The Bridge (Bron).
Eva Novrup Redvall on BBC Media Show
Eva Novrup Redvall Dr Eva Novrup Redvall appeared on BBC Radio 4′s Media Show to discuss the UK success of Danish television dramas The Killing and Borgen. (Borgen. Photo: Mike Kollöffel|Copyright:DR Type 1|Photo ID: 74813721) Eva, author of a new book Writing and Producing Television Drama in Denmark, has spent time observing the writers’ room for Borgen.
New Book on Danish TV Drama
TV Drama in Denmark Eva Novrup Redvall’s new book Writing and Producing Television Drama in Denmark: From The Kingdom to The Killing has now been published by Palgrave Macmillan. The book, the second title in the new Palgrave Studies in Screening book series, offers unique insights into the production culture at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR), home to the acclaimed dramas The Killing and Borgen. Drawing on interviews with writers and producers, Eva examines ...
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