International Premiere at DocPoint
We are happy to announce that our latest doc Nuclear Neighbour will premiere at DocPoint, Finland. Screenings will take place 29/1 and 30/1 and the director Fredric Oskarsson are attending the festival.
Hanna lives a peaceful life with her husband and three children at the countryside in the north of Finland. But their lives change dramatically when a power company wants to build a nuclear power plant close to their home. The plant is to be built on the coast of the Bothnian bay in the last nuclear free part of Europe and the decision is taken only seven months after the Fukushima accident. Hanna refuses to accept these plans and decides to do everything she can to stop the power plant from being built…
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Nominated for The Swedish Academy Award
Short but huge news! Stoerre vaerie is nominated for the Swedish Academy Award Gulbagge! Also, it will be screened at SVT 6/1 PM6.15 and also 8/1.
I Turn To You – winner of 1 Km Film
During Stockholm International Film Festival, Victor Lindgren and his film I Turn To You won the scholarship 1 Km Film!
The jury motivation:
Two siblings are forced to experience the implosion of their parents’ relationship. The director poses an inconvenient question to us in the audience, can a child’s will to survive overcome the self-destructive desires of the parent. The film seamlessly connects refined form with emotional impact and the director shows great courage and promise.
Se all the winners here
Fantastique! Stoerre vaerie is in competition in Clermont-Ferrand, one of the worlds most importand short film festivals. 79 out of 7778 submitted films is screened 5-13 february 2016.
Stoerre vaerie, winner!
Stoerre Vaerie wins Best Swedish Short at Uppsala Kortfilmsfestival! Last week the film won Best Short Drama at ImagineNative in Canada. Big congratulations to director Amanda everyone else involved!
I Turn To You nominated for 1 km film award
Today Stockholm Film Festival released the program for this years festival and competition. Among 11 films Victor Lindgrens Jag vill nå dig (I Turn To You) are nominated for the award 1 km film. The aim with the scholarship 1 km film is to highlight and give talented up ad coming directors a chance to move forward. The vinner among the finalists gets to make a movie that will be screened at next nears festival. The 1 km film screening 2015 will take place november 15.
Read about all the 1 km films
Jag vill nå dig (I Tourn To You) is a co-production between Filmpool Nord and Film i Västerbotten. The film got the After Bergman script/project award 2013. Jag vill nå dig premiered at Gothenburg film festival earlier this year where it was nominated for a Dragon Award (Startsladden).
In competition at Uppsala Film Festival
From 5 000 entries about 130 films have been selected to be screened and compete at the Uppsala International Short Film Festival 19-25 October. We are happy to announce that both Jag vill nå dig and Stoerre Vaerie will be screened in the national competition!
This year’s competition films.