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    Wallander is a British television series adapted from the Swedish novelist Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander novels and starring Kenneth Branagh as the eponymous police inspector. The first three-episode series, produced by Yellow Bird, Left Bank Pictures and TKBC for BBC Scotland, was broadcast on BBC One from November to December 2008. It is the first time the Wallander novels have been adapted into an English-language production. Yellow Bird, formed by Mankell, began negotiations with British companies to produce the adaptations in 2006. In 2007, Branagh met with Mankell personally to discuss playing the role. Contracts were signed and work began on the films, adapted from Sidetracked, Firewall and One Step Behind, in January 2008. Emmy-award-winning director Philip Martin was hired as lead director. Martin worked with cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle to establish a visual style for the series. The two were keen to use the Red One digital camera, making Wallander the first British television series to do so.

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    Previously on Wallander "Before the Frost", A friend of Wallander's daughter comes begging for his help but then disappears. Meanwhile, an elderly woman's body is found cremated in a shallow grave. Killed by a seemingly religious obsessive, Wallander must catch the culprit before he strikes again.

    Wallander is a British television series adapted from the Swedish novelist Henning Mankell's Kurt Wallander novels and starring Kenneth Branagh as the eponymous police inspector. The first three-episode series, produced by Yellow Bird, Left Bank Pictures and TKBC for BBC Scotland, was broadcast on BBC One from November to December 2008. It is the first time the Wallander novels have been adapted into an English-language production. Yellow Bird, formed by Mankell, began negotiations with British companies to produce the adaptations in 2006. In 2007, Branagh met with Mankell personally to discuss playing the role. Contracts were signed and work began on the films, adapted from Sidetracked, Firewall and One Step Behind, in January 2008. Emmy-award-winning director Philip Martin was hired as lead director. Martin worked with cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle to establish a visual style for the series. The two were keen to use the Red One digital camera, making Wallander the first British television series to do so.

    The third series, airing in July 2012, will focus on Wallander's relationship with his adult daughter after the death of his father. Screenwriter Peter Harness wrote the scripts for all three films that will make up Series 3. Harness grew up in Yorkshire and has been living in Malmö, Sweden since 2008. He is known for his work on the BBC's Case Histories, as well as the Michael Caine movie Is Anybody There? Mankell has worked closely with Harness on the scripts. - He is too busy to talk to me all the time. But we have met to discuss the material, so he is involved in what happens, Harness told Ystads Allehanda.

    Actress Rebekah Staton (Pulling, No Heroics, Home Time) will portray brand new character Kristina in all three episodes of the new season. Mark Hadfield (Law & Order: UK, Foyle's War) will join the cast as police officer Stefan Lindeman, one of the main characters in the first season of the Swedish Wallander TV series and the lead character in Mankell novel The Return of the Dancing Master (a book that has already been filmed in Swedish and German versions).

    On August 4, 2011 it was made official that three new films were in production. The filming of The Dogs of Riga started in Latvia on August 1 at The Hotel Riga, and concluded on August 20. More scenes were shot in Ystad the following week. This film is directed by Esther May Campbell, best known for her BAFTA award winning short film September and her work on the TV series Skins, and features cinematography by Lukas Strebel who worked on Wallander Series II. The production tried to use as many Latvian actors as possible but a problem arose as most Latvian actors had a very limited knowledge of English. Latvian actor Arthur Skrastins was the only native actor that landed a speaking role in the film. He will portray Colonel Putnis. Romanian Actor Dragos Bucur portrays Sergei Upitis, an investigative journalist.

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