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Håkan Lindhé

    Håkan Lindhé (b.1965) started his career directing theatre and opera, only to move on to writing and directing award-winning productions for film and TV. In addition to this, he was one of the founders of the independent feature film production company Garagefilm International as well as Pocket Entertainment, a mobile TV channel with ambition to produce high quality content for smaller screens. Today, Håkan mainly works as a writer and director for film and TV, working as head writer on several major TV projects, writing feature film scripts and directing TV episodes for series such as 30 degrees in February – season 2 for Anagram/SVT.

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    Kim Cattrall will join the cast for the second season of Modus, the hit TV series based on Anne Holt’s Inger Johanne Vik series. In the upcoming season, Cattrall will play the U.S. President, arriving in Stockholm for a state visit. The trip soon turns out to have unexpected and devastating consequences.

    Modus is produced by Miso Film. The second season is currently in production and will air this fall. Just like the first season, this season is written by the three time Emmy award winning duo Mai Brostrøm and Peter Thorsboe (Unit One, The Eagle, Protectors, The Team). Director is acclaimed director Lisa Siwe (The Bridge, Glowing Stars) and Håkan Lindhé.

    Kim Cattrall says in today’s announcement: “I am pleased to be joining the Modus production in their second season and am looking forward to spending time in Sweden, a country I have always wanted to visit. As a fan of the great Swedish director, Ingmar Bergman, I look forward to my time here.”

    Read the full article in The Hollywood Reporter by clicking “Read more” below.

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    Second season of ‘30 Degrees in February’ premieres February 1st

    The compelling and highly popular ten-episode drama 30 Degrees in February is back with a new season, written by Anders Wiedemann. Set in Sweden and Thailand, the second season continues to follow the well-known characters on their life-changing journey where hopes and fears collide with reality’s mix of brutality and bliss.

    The first season, which aired in 2012, had an average of 1,3 million viewers per episode. The series was awarded with a Kristallen in the category “Best TV-drama,” and actress Lotta Tejle was nominated for an international Emmy for her interpretation of one of the main characters, “Maj-Lis.”

    30 Degrees in February is created and written by Anders Weidemann, and directed by Håkan Lindhé, Andrea Östlund, and Eiliano Goessens. The series is produced by Anagram.