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Egmont transforms media business and delivers record revenue and growth in profit Egmont transforms media business and delivers record revenue and growth in profit Egmont transforms media business and delivers record revenue and growth in profit
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Egmont transforms media business and delivers record revenue and growth in profit

March 15, 2019.

2018 was a strong year for media group Egmont, with record revenue and growth in profit. Millions of media users enjoyed a string of great movies, agenda-setting news, high-quality magazines, bestselling books, and top-notch TV entertainment. E-commerce, and gaming contributed to significant growth. As a foundation, Egmont reinvests profits in the media business, and in 2018 Egmont donated EUR 13m to help children and young people and to support film talents. 

Start of production of Amanda Kernell's new film Start of production of Amanda Kernell's new film Start of production of Amanda Kernell's new film
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Start of production of Amanda Kernell's new film "Charter"

February 08, 2019.

Amanda Kernell's follow-up to her award winning and internationally acclaimed debut film"Sami Blood" started shooting on January 21 in Jokkmokk and Vuollerim in Northern Sweden and will wrap on March 21 on Tenerife.

Nordisk Film to Make Biopics on World-renowned Danes Karen Blixen and Niels Bohr Nordisk Film to Make Biopics on World-renowned Danes Karen Blixen and Niels Bohr Nordisk Film to Make Biopics on World-renowned Danes Karen Blixen and Niels Bohr
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Nordisk Film to Make Biopics on World-renowned Danes Karen Blixen and Niels Bohr

January 03, 2019.

Nordisk Film has acquired the rights to acclaimed author and historian Tom Buk-Swienty’s two upcoming books. THE LIONESS, a feature film and mini-series about author Karen Blixen (a.k.a. Isak Dinesen), is first in the making. To be followed by THE GREAT DANE, a biopic on scientist Niels Bohr, one of the fathers of the nuclear bomb. “This deal is the culmination of a year-long search for the right collaboration to turn the lives of two of the greatest Danes who ever lived into film”, says producer Mikael Rieks.