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Film Väst congratulates its co-productions in Berlin! With a mixture of newcomers and established directors, the fact that they cover every section is particularly pleasing as it displays a broad diversity of voices and expression. Now she brings her second feature to the Special Gala section. In the Forum section Måns Månsson is back with The Yard Yarden , a contemporary study of the precariat and exclusion based on the book of the same name by Kristian Lundberg.

And as something we have come to expect of Swedish films, once again we have a number of films in Generation. As you might expect, even more films are to be found in the European Film Market. The film has already overtaken The Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared Hundraåringen som klättrade ut genom fönstret och försvann, at the box office, and is currently notching up impressive audience figures in our neighbouring countries.

So welcome to the world of Swedish film. This year we truly have something for everyone. ISSN School bullying and eating disorders feature in new shorts from Peter Modestij and Ida Lindgren, while provocateur Joanna Rytel returns with a different look at motherhood.

Plus all the winners from the recent Guldbagge Awards Gala. Classroom crisis A classroom, after school has finished. Parents, teachers and three twelve-year-old girls have gathered for a meeting about bullying. In previous short films Peter Modestij has explored the borderlines between fact and fiction. His new work 6A, which started out as a short yet grew from there, has a basis in real events.

The only definite truth that the film conveys is how a generation of parents are failing their children. The entire action of the film takes place during a meeting in a typical middle school with its maps on the walls, its harsh lighting and plastic flooring.

Three girls, not yet teenagers, are being held to account by a sizeable group of parents. During the shoot the director had a very relaxed attitude to the screenplay he had written. Instead, they were given information about their characters and about what they wanted in each scene, and what that scene involved. I was a bit worried about how it would work, given that I had no way of knowing before we started.

But it was like a piano that played itself. Really good actors can make you feel pretty humble. Jenny Damberg 5. So, are all pregnant women really calm, maternal, faithful, health-conscious and dutiful? No, not in Moms on Fire at least…. In her short animation Moms on Fire, artist Joanna Rytel takes an unusual — very unusual — look at pregnancy. You'd like to jerk off but can't even reach, your boyfriend is a useless, boring shit, and you'd like to have some fun, but you're pregnant.

Prior to the film, the artist gave a number of performances in. In competition in the Startsladden category of the Göteborg Film Festival, this study of human behaviour will then move on to Berlinale Shorts. They work together as part of Plattform Produktion, best known for the films of Ruben Östlund. Ten Meter Tower elucidates something essentially human, irrespective of culture and origins. This special Swedish Film Institute production fund was set up in in order to provide support for more challenging films of between 30 and 60 minutes.

Four international professionals have been invited to be in the Moving Sweden expert panel in Göteborg. What are your thoughts about the Moving Sweden project? I like that the scheme seems to take some pressure off the commercial side of filmmaking. If you make a 90 or minute film, there is immediate pressure 8. Moving Sweden is a great opportunity for filmmakers to be able to play with different lengths and formats and what fits their stories best.

I think Moving Sweden provides a great platform for Swedish filmmakers at various stages of their career to be able to explore, experiment and take more risks than if they had a typical feature film budget. And it should be good for audiences too to see more diverse works shown in new ways. Attending Göteborg also leaves me feeling well prepared. Ruben Östlund is one of the most exciting filmmakers working in the world today, and you have Roy Andersson and Lukas Moodysson also delivering auteur works, and newer voices being backed like Magnus von Horn, Lisa Langseth, Gabriela Pichler and Ester Martin Bergsmark.

Plus some interesting documentary work. This is one of the skills she brings with her to the Swedish Film Institute. Lofty ambitions. There are rather too many taboos in contemporary Swedish film. Now with her latest film The Body Is a Lonely Place Kroppen är en ensam plats , she brings us an experimental close-up view of an eating disorder. So why are eating disorders suddenly starting to feature in Swedish films? The courage and innovative thinking necessary to create new and interesting storylines has to come from filmmakers themselves.

We should start to think whether the classic three-act structure, with its defined. Maybe the pared back style for cineastes needs to be more substantial and multifaceted. Based on documentary material, Lindgren presents a visceral perspective that shifts our focus from the outer image of an under-nourished female body. With experience of the stage and from both sides of the camera in Denmark and Sweden, Yaba Holst is most familiar to audiences through the television hit The Bridge.

At an award ceremony held at Cirkus in Stockholm on January 18, the winners of the Guldbagge Awards were crowned. Aldrig som första gången! This was followed by Lies Lögner, and Tussilago , both of which won Swedish Guldbagge awards. And just as before he combines documentary interviews with animated characters. When nobody was playing, the strong, macho guy was there on the screen with his head bowed, looking totally apathetic and abandoned.

The film features interviews with three former game addicts, male and female of various ages. In it we see their avatars, the characters they have been in the games, or a close approximation of them. As he sees it his new film comprises an extra meta-dimension.

Read more on page His debut Avalon was a winner in Toronto in and went on to scoop two Guldbagge awards.

Later this year Axel Petersén will team up once again with Måns Månsson, the man behind the camera for Avalon. Jon Asp World of Glory 2. Autumn Man 3. Music for One Apartment and Six Drummers 4. Las Palmas 5. Trolldrycken 6. On Suffocation 7. Kung Fury Swedish Panorama is a showcase of 30 films, a fitting tribute to a country with a vibrant short film tradition. For many years this French festival has been regarded as the world leader for short film, a genre which, judging from its programmes through the years, appears to be in stable and sound health.

From February enthusi Since total audience figures have constantly exceeded , Laurent Guerrier, the programme organiser at ClermontFerrand who has curated the retrospective, recalls how a certain Swedish director first got him hooked on short films.

Nordic retrospective. That same year Laurent Guerrier became an aficionado of short films and a volunteer at the festival. Several of the films selected. Jon Asp. Funded by the Moving Sweden initiative, her most recent work Baby centres on a meeting between a teenager and a woman twice his age.

The feature film is a multi-platform interactive project based on the audio diaries of writer and academic John Hull.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic of film. Last year Pars made her. Her aim was to pin down narrow-mindedness, certain looks and hierarchies and the perpetuation of clichés. The film is the first of a planned trilogy about structural racism, shortly to be followed up by Pakishop.

I want to be the Zlatan Ibrahimovic of film. But through conversations and respect from the director Hannes Holm I managed to make her a real person. Two years of your life are spoken for. And this one was particularly tough. August the director shot the final scenes in August the month , after which editing and other aspects of post-production commenced.

Soon, the film will have its world premiere in Berlin. And then she starts to talk. He was producing and she wrote the script. It was nice of them to think of me. Lone is also quite an excellent director in her own right. Scherfig Italian for Beginners, An Education was tied up with other directorial duties, but most willingly wrote a script.

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