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Jun 18 14 5:42 AM
King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia handed out medals at the castle in the week.
Our photographer Charles Hammarsten were in place at the Royal Palace in the week to photograph a medal dividends.
The picture shows the actress Melina Kinnaman receive the award: The Medal Litteris et Artibus - For outstanding artistic work as an actor.
Here you can read the full list of who received medals from Royal couple hand in the week
A closeup of Melinda Kinnaman and her medal.
By Agneta NisbethPhoto: Charles Hammarsten / IBL
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Melinda Kinnaman in "I don't want to die, I just don't want to live". Photo: Roger S
On november 8 it's revival of Ann Heberleins I don't want to die, I just don't want to live with Melinda Kinnaman on the small stage.
The poignant, brutally honest and sometimes humorous monologue about a woman's battle for survival, based on author and researcher Ann Heberleins autobiographical book, premiered at the Royal dramatic Theatre in the autumn of 2012 and was played for the full theater. Towards the end of a heavily pregnant Melinda Kinnaman onstage.
– Last I played I was pregnant in the eighth month and it feels very excited to come back to play as a new MOM. The text is partly about the strangeness of it all can feel so hopeless — even though they love their children. But it is also about the big issues: evil, goodness, humanity, intention, love, death. Things we all have in mind, but as for the play's main character are questions that must be answered NOW! What is the point? Why should I continue?, says Melinda Kinnaman.
Text from press release
Melinda Kinnaman belongs to Royal permanent ensemble.
She was engaged by the Royal Dramatic Theatre after completing studies at the Swedish National Academy of MIME and Acting in 1994.
On film, she has appeared in, among others, Lasse h's my life as a dog, Bo Widerberg Serpent's path on stony ground and Susan Taslimis Houses in hell. Her participation in the television sets include Lars Noréns A sort of Hades, Bo Widerberg's Father and the wild duck, Mary, mother of Jesus, Håkan Lindhés Norrmalmstorg and villain in Henning Mankell's the man who smiled.
At the Royal dramatic Theatre, she has participated in mix Bernardas hus, Transit, Jerusalem 2010, Small storm and its own island. In recent years, we have been able to see her in Duet for one, the ghost Sonata , and the monologue I don't want to die, I just don't want to live.
Fall 2014, I don't want to die, I just don't want to live the revival.
Currently I don't want to die, I just don't want to live.
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Swedish TV4 is investing in new crime drama with Melinda Kinnaman
The Director behind "the Bridge" makes tv series by Anne Holt bestsellers
Modus – ny kriminalthriller på TV4.
TV4 will be on voltage.
This fall a criminal thriller, "Modus", which is based on the novelS by Anne Holt, will premiere.
"It will be a nail-biter," said drama Chief Dianne T.
Forensic psychologist Inger Johanne daughter witnesses a murder. At the same time drawn fold in in an investigation of several brutal crimes of violence. It won't be long before she realizes that the cases are connected.
So look up the Norwegian author Anne Holt bestsellers "Fear Not". Now the books will be series on TV4.
"It will be a nail-biter with complex characters, relationships, and an advanced criminal investigation in the Centre," said TV4 's Dramchef Josefine T in a comment.Bridge-film director and succéduo
The show's title is "Modus". Starring as forensic psychologistInger Johanne Fold is Melinda Kinnaman. Director is Lisa Siwe, behind the smash hit "Bridge".
The script is from the award-winning Danish duo Mai Brostrøm and Peter Thorsboe for.
They have previously written the successful tv series "Homicide Commission" and "bodyguards". "Modus" becomes their first series in Swedish.
It is a dark, labyrinthine contemporary story about, deadly, holy wrath, says the duo."Tremendous expectations"
Anne Holt looking forward to follow his book transformation to the tv series.
– After reading the script, I have huge expectations on "Modus", she says in a comment.
"Modus" airs on TV4 in autumn.
Apr 2 15 3:10 PM
Christian Bale. TV MOVIE: Mary Mother of Jesus (1999).ARTISTIC LIBERTIES: This movie was told through the point of view of Jesus' mother so, of course Bale's interpretation was that of a mama's boy.
FUN FACT: The actress who played young Mary, Melinda Kinnaman, is the sister of actor Joel Kinnaman, who played Robocop in the 2014 remake.
Aug 3 15 4:45 PM
by August Strindberg
Running time: 1 hour and 43 minutes
Mats Ek's production of August Strindberg's dream play the ghost Sonata was premiered at the Royal dramatic theatre for Strindberg the year 2012. It was hailed by critics and was called a United Corps of DN for "a flawless masterpiece" and of SVD for "ingenious work of art". This is where the dance and theatre in the manner that has become synonymous with Mats Ek.
Starring Stina Ekblad, Hamadi Khemiri, Niklas Ek, Thérèse Brunnander, Yvan Auzely, Ana Laguna, Gunnel Fred, Staffan Göthe, Melinda Kinnaman, Jonas Bergström, Johan Holmberg, Malin Ek, Etienne Glaser, Hulda Lind Jóhannsdóttir Director and choreographer Mats Ek Processing Mats Ek, Irena Kraus Set design and costume Bente Lykke Møller Light Erik Berglund Wig and mask Thea Kristensen, Barbro Forsgårdh
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Aftonbladet, Google translate
TV4 is stepping into the future - and into the drama of the fight with SVT.Meanwhile, the channel's strength once again, a comedy."This year's hottest Swedish thriller series"."Thrilling depiction".As described TV4's new TV series "Modus".
Best-selling author Anne Holt has written the book series is based on, and she has also seen six sections of eight. TV4 Group's press day yesterday told Holt to series canon. I do not know if it's true because I have not seen more than trailers. But with Emmy Award-winning writers Mai Brostrøm and Peter Thorsboe behind the controls are "Modus" as clearly one of television autumn's must-haves, and the enormous expectations. As regards the Swedish drama series, TV4 has long been recognized as a second-hand options to SVT. That channel change with "Modus", which is of paramount importance for the TV4 Group's new venture, where the channel is investing to stand out in a changing television landscape, hoping to retain and engage new viewers. Becomes "Modus" a success in the future we expect even more Swedish drama than they already promised.
Sep 9 15 5:11 PM
Amelia and Sandra, proud sisters, do instagram for the Modus premiere, for sister Melinda.
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This is a google translation of an interview with Melinda Kinnaman in Sweden’s Expressen about her new TV series, ‘Modus’:
September 23 is the premiere of “Modus”, a thriller series based on Anne Holt’s books about forensic psychologist Inger Johanne Vik.“Modus” is part of TV4’s new drama initiative, and the cast are protagonists Melinda Kinnaman and Henrik Norlén as well as others-Simon J. Berger, Krister Henriksson, Peter Jöback, Alexandra Rapaport, Johan Widerberg, Suzanne Reuter, Liv Mjönes and Juliet Dufvenius.Manus has Danish Mai Brostrøm and Peter Thorsboe (“Homicide,” “The Eagle,” “The Team”) written, and Lisa Siwe and Mani Maserrat directs the eight sections.In other words, a cast of top caliber directors with experience and above all two screenwriters who seem to do everything right. I have seen the two sections of “Modus” and would say that this is by far the best Swedish drama series TV4 has sent the channel’s nearly 25-year history.And it is not only because the script is brilliant, but also the actors and directors administer the screenplay with a kind of striking flawlessness. “Modus” is also an international sensation; nothing, either visually or in part in the dialogue, is wasted, everything has meaning and the different story arcs forward.In short, the series begins with Inger Johanne Vik (Melinda Kinnaman) has moved back to Sweden from the USA, when her autistic daughter Stina becomes witness to a murder. Along with the detective Ingvar Nyman, Inger Johanne takes up the chase for the ice-cold killer. Since “Modus” at least for the first two sections are so fascinating, I was very curious how Melinda Kinnaman sees her role. And it turns out that she actually turned down the “Modus” when she first was asked to sample the film - she just thought the role was too big for her.- I was on maternity leave and did not want to work so much. I said thanks, but no thanks, you are welcome to contact me if you have a minor role.- Then they tried again six months later. And by then my son was a little bigger and I felt that maybe I could start working. But above all, the producer sold the project as well, I understood what the project was. It is so very high ambitions and they are such good people from Anne Holt to the writers, who I’ve worked with before in “The Eagle,” and they are sovereign.- You know that it is not Swedish screenplay, there is something in this story that will endure more, which is not simplistic or too obvious, which I would think that it can be sometimes in the Swedish drama. There are profound roles and solidly told. You slowly understand all characters and their secrets as more and more, and I love it, that as viewers step behind and not understand exactly how everything fits together.Prior to the recording of “Modus” was Melinda Kinnaman, as it should be, very careful preparation. Among other things, she met Ewa-Marie Aghede, police in the criminal profile group since the group started in 1994.- She was incredibly helpful. I said it to the directors, but now they know it, but I gave her all the script and she was very careful with small notes that “like that usually we do not express ourselves.” And it was actually something we came to change a little.The dialogue then?- Exactly, that she, among other things said was that Inger Johanne states too much, she uses one for the clear language. Ewa-Marie said that they need to keep all options open, so they use a language which says “it might be that ’,” one can imagine “,” probably “. I talked quite a lot with writers via Skype about different things, and this was one thing I was talking to them about. "Fuck,” they said, and they wrote about.- I met a couple of different mothers who have children with autism spectrum diagnosis, a psychologist at the autism center, and then I met some teenagers in Solna gymnasium where they have Asperger class. Three girls who are 16 years of age I got talking to one hour as shared and told me what’s scary, what is difficult for them, what they are good at, what they are interested in. I was so taken that precisely these girls had very good insight and were able to organize themselves around what it is.Another part of the preparations meant that Melinda Kinnaman got in touch with his brother Joel for a few tips for what she describes as a “brutal violence scene”.- We started rehearsing it very early, then did the stunt choreography, a proposal he sent. I looked at it and sent it to Joel. And he gave me both very useful tips, then he finished by saying that he thought it would be cool if I added a “leg triangle” or “arm bar”, “it is Brazilian jujitsu, you can check on Youtube, then the stuntmen be happy ”.- I had sent with the character description, but I do not think he had read it, I play the course a single mother of two in Björkhagen
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