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Henning Mankell, one of the world's top-selling crime writers in recent years, says he has cancer. The Swedish author, who turns 66 on Feb. 3, wrote on his website Wednesday that he received "a serious diagnosis of cancer" after going to a hospital
Arvid Jansen lives with his mother, father and sister, Gry, in early-1960s Sweden in the shadow of the Cold War his Uncle Rolf hates communists. The family is poor, Dad is a factory worker and they live in a leaky tower block. Arvid is a frail, hyper-
Shakespeare's preferred thriller director. Emmy; a knighthood for both dramatic arts and service to his native Northern Ireland. But the last few years have seen Branagh, 52, in new contextsas director of big-budget blockbusters for the first time in
ABC is the latest to get in on the trend, putting into development a crime thriller based on the Swedish book series by Liza Marklund, deadline.com reports. The books were the basis of a hit TV series in Sweden Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter (
Besides being a renowned journalist, he also was the first host of PBS Masterpiece Theatre when it started in 1971. Now you can find out all about that history of that long-running program in Executive Producer Rebecca Eatons amusing biography
www.thelocal.de/national/20131015-52411.html American TV series Breaking Bad has been smashing viewing records while scooping awards. Meanwhile, Germany, unlike its European neighbours, has not produced a globally successful show for 25 years.
Aficionados of The Killing and The Returned are already au fait with subtitled dramas on primetime TV...The Tunnel , which starts on Sky Atlantic this month, is the first dual language production for UK television. The Franco-English show is a remake
As if being one of the most stunning supermodels in the world wasn't enough of an accomplishment, Cindy Crawford has to go and build an incredible villa in Mexico...In the latest issue of Architectural Digest, we get a peek inside both celebrities'
August 17, 2013 Hollywood may be nicknamed the Dream Factory, but when it comes to television those dreams are often outsourced. For years American producers shopped for ideas in the UK, remaking series as diverse as Queer as Folk and Prime Suspect.
must teach himself . . . to forget fear forever, leaving no room in his workshop for anything but the old verities and truths of the heart, the old universal truths lacking which any story is ephemeral and doomed love and horror and pity and pride