Stieg Larsson Documentary Available for Libraries

If your book group has read any of the Millennium Trilogy (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo; The Girl Who Played with Fire; The Girl who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest) you might be interested to know that in conjunction with its release of the films based on the novels, Music Box Films has made available a 50 minute documentary on the life of Larsson and the fascinating popularity of the Millennium Trilogy novels.

The best part?  You can screen this documentary at your library.  This would really fit nicely with any group that has discussed the books, and would be a great draw for other readers as well.

More information can be found at

From the release:  “The phenomenon of Stieg Larsson and his “Millennium” trilogy” is explored in depth in this compelling new documentary that has never been shown in the U.S. Screenings of the 50 min documentary can be held for promotional screening purposes only. Please contact Paige Blake is you would like to show the film at your theater, library or bookstore.”



About the Author:

Rebecca Vnuk is the editor for Collection Management and Library Outreach at Booklist. She is also the author of 3 reader’s-advisory nonfiction books: Read On…Women’s Fiction (2009), Women’s Fiction: A Guide to Popular Reading Interests (2014), and Women’s Fiction Authors: A Research Guide (2009). Follow her on Twitter at @Booklist_RVnuk.

3 Comments on "Stieg Larsson Documentary Available for Libraries"

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  1. The link to more information does not seem to be working. Our programs department is very interested in thsi documentary and would love more information about how to get it. Thank you

  2.' Catherine LaBelle says:

    Hi – The link for more info isn’t working. Is the documentary in English or is it subtitled?


  3.' Rebecca says:

    The link works if you click it – not if you cut and paste, however. A weird glitch on their end. For more information, email the contact listed above and they should be able to assist you.

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