Netflix has increased original movie production in Scandinavia, including productions in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
The SVOD behemoth Nov. 14 at the Stockholm Film Festival announced titles include Swedish thriller, Red Dot; Norway’s horror pic, Cadaver and Denmark’s World War II film, Shadows in My Eyes.
The news follows Netflix’s move into original feature film production in Holland with The Battle of the Scheldt.
“We are very happy to be taking this exciting step in offering our members in the Nordics more local content, as well as bring more great content from the Nordic region to our global members,” Lina Brouneus, director of licensing and co-productions for Netflix in Northern Europe, said in a statement.
Norway is home to Netflix’s first original production, “Lilyhammer,” starring Steven Van Zandt, which began streaming in 2012.
Last year, Netflix inked a deal with Danish producer Kim Magnusson for original movies from the Nordic region.
“These three films are all unique in their own way: strong genre films with engaging plot lines that are driven by talented creatives,” Brouneus said. “Together they form a strong package of different genres which will showcase the versatility and high quality of Nordic movies.”