In many ways Scandinavian film and television is a global cultural brand, connected with and exporting some of the cultural and social values connected to a liberal and progressive welfare society. This course deals with the social, institutional and cultural background of film and television in Scandinavia and in a broader European and global context.
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Informative and a very good orientation towards the Scandinavian and in fact the European film and television scene. Also gave insights on future trends and developments. Many thanks.
I found the course to be informative and well-structured, all together a great means to begin and maintain an interest in Scandinavian Film and Television. Thanks.
How better to spend your christmas holidays when you have the dreaded MANFLU?\n\nThis is the best Coursera course I have ever enrolled in never mind completed!
Very descriptive, educational and fun as a filmmaking course. It teaches the various prospects of film in denmark, sweden and norway among scandinavia.
Very interesting course, helps understanding of a number of Scandinavian television crime dramas that have made it to the UK.
Enjoyed the aspect of film styles and amazing directors. Well taught lectures and informative narrative and subject detail.
It has been a nice course and am happy that I finished in time. I derrick from Uganda am so glad individually to have it
A great course about Nordic film and TV media. I learn a lot and decide to watch some works mentioned in the course!!!
I think maybe it is a chance that I shall study in Copenhagen someday. Great course! I want to be independent author.
Excellent course, I really learned a lot and recommend it to everyone who studies film or for those who love cinema.
This course was excellent. Great source material and the lectures were very informative. Thanks!
It is actually very interesting to listen to lectures and take quizzes. Thanks, Coursera)
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