SF Studios, celebrating its 100th year anniversary in 2019, has acquired the rights to Max Tegmark’s New York Times best-selling book “Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence.” The book will be developed into an English language TV-series. Fredrik Wikström Nicastro (Borg/McEnroe, Easy Money) will produce and Tegmark will serve as a creative consultant to provide his scientific expertise on the project.
STXFILMS TO DISTRIBUTE WORLDWIDE.
Allison Williams (Get Out, Girls) and Alexander Dreymon (The Last Kingdom) are set to star in the upcoming survival-thriller Horizon Line for STXfilms, a division of STX Entertainment, and Nordic major SF Studios, who developed the project. SF Studios’ own Fredrik Wikström Nicastro (Borg/McEnroe, Easy Money) is producing, with award-winning director Mikael Marcimain (Call Girl, The Laser Man) set to direct. The original screenplay was written by Josh Campbell & Matt Stuecken, who penned the $100m blockbuster 10 Cloverfield Lane.
In 2019, SF Studios celebrates 100 years as a film studio. Since 1919, SF Studios has been a leading Nordic film studio that has produced and distributed some of cinema’s most iconic films and worked with some of the greatest talents in the business. Our 100th anniversary will be celebrated throughout the year to honor our history and tell the world who we are today and our ambitions for the future.
In connection to the start of the anniversary year, a website has been launched which you can visit to read about our history and some of the films and talents that we have worked with during the last century. Welcome to share our story at www.sfstudios100years.com
(Please note that this website is in Swedish, the English website is under construction and will be launched in the beginning of February 2019.)
Scandinavia’s leading film and TV production and distribution company, SF Studios, celebrating 100 years in 2019, takes a further step to strengthen its TV Production house. Susann Billberg Rydholm is one of Sweden’s leading producers and will be responsible for heading SF Studios’ development and production of TV series across SF Studios’ operations in Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
SF Studios, established in 1919 and one of the oldest film companies in the world, has for many years produced feature films and tv-series in Sweden and Denmark. The acquisition of Paradox, one of Norway’s leading productions companies, is a very important step in SF Studios’ long-term strategy to be the leading Studio in the Nordic market...