Borgen Series 3

Nordic Noir | Arrow Films
The internationally acclaimed Danish political drama from the producers of The Killing, and hit BBC Series is coming to DVD Dec 26th.
GVFilm created two release trailers, one for Series 3 and one for the Trilogy box set. Both trailers featured music scored by renown TV and FIlm composers Soundology.

Borgen has caused quite a stir with its realistic portrayal of the lives of politicians, and the Danish drama has many parallels with British political life, making it essential viewing for Nordic Noir fans.

Maison Close

Arrow Films have just released the trailer for Season 2 of the French Drama

We have had quite a French themed month at GVFilm. We have created trailers for ‘The Returned’, ‘Jo’ and now Maison Close.  The hit, very naughty drama is in it’s second season and you can order the box set and see the trailer on Amazon here.

The NSFW red band version can be seen on the link below.

A Hijacking

In Cinemas May 10th 2013, Tobias Lindholm’s tense sea-faring thriller is sure to be a big hit for Arrow Films.

This was a great trailer for GVFilm, and a lot of time in particular went on creating the atmospheric surround soundtrack. Be sure to check the trailer out in Cinemas or on iTunes when available for the full experience.

Tobias Lindholm made his directorial debut with the tough prison drama R (co-directed with Michael Noer, 2010). As a scriptwriter Lindholm has worked with Thomas Vinterberg on the acclaimed drama SUBMARINO (winner of the Nordic Council Film Prize) and THE HUNT (2012) with Mads Mikkelsen in the leading role (winner, Best Actor, Cannes 2012). Since 2010 he has written several episodes for the internationally acclaimed and BAFTA winning BORGEN with Pilou Asbæk (BORGEN, A FAMILY) and Søren Malling (THE KILLING, BORGEN, A ROYAL AFFAIR) in leading roles. Dar Salim’s credits include GAME OF THRONES and THE DEVIL’S DOUBLE.

False Trail

Another great, cinematic slice of Nordic Noir. ‘False Trail’ is in cinemas 28th July 2013.

It’s been fifteen years since Erik was forced to leave the Norrland Police Department. Since then he has become the National Murder Commission’s best interrogator. When Erik’s boss orders him back to his home town to solve a brutal murder, he hesitantly returns as the thought of going back stirs up unpleasant memories. What at first appears to be a simple murder soon proves to be something much more complicated.