So just a little over a week ago, our films Kärlek kl 03.56 and Överslag had their world premiere at Pixel – Skånes Filmfestival. I spent the whole of last Saturday watching a lot of great short films from the region and chatting with a lot of different talented filmmakers. Both of our films went down great at the screenings, and it was nice to finally be able to show them to everyone! This also means the films are now officially completed and out there.
Kärlek kl 03.56 went home with two major awards at the film festival, both an award for Best Cinematography as well as the Audience Award (the most popular film as voted by the audience)! Thanks to everyone who voted and who came out for the festival! We already have another screening of “Kärlek kl 03.56″ this Wednesday (May 8th) in Malmö. The film will be shown as part of a short film programme put on by Moriska Paviljongen – hope to see you there! Oh, and it’s free!
We’re currently rather busy in post-production on Den som gräver en grav – especially now that there are only two days left of work on “The Bridge”! Some new pics from the film below, as released on the film’s official Facebook page. Stay tuned for more shots from behind-the-scenes, as well as some updates on upcoming projects
Take care everyone!
Just under a week ago, we wrapped production on our latest short film, titled Den som gräver en grav, a dark horror-comedy directed by Dawid Ullgren. The shoot turned out really good – the film is about to go into post-production with editing starting as soon as possible. I worked as DoP on the film and shot it using a Red Epic with a big bunch of Canon L primes. The film is well set up to be an exciting ride, far from me and Dawid’s last collaboration, the love story Kärlek kl 03.56. Below is the first image released from the film, with more to follow very soon! Check out the official Facebook page for the film for more behind-the-scenes images.
Looking forward to be able to share some more shots from the film with you as soon as possible. Big thanks to the entire team who worked on the film and did a fantastic job on it, was a wonderful time!
In other exciting news, both Överslag and Kärlek kl 03.56 were accepted to the regional short film festival, Pixel! This means both of the films will have their respective world premieres in just a matter of weeks – more precisely, on April 27th! While the detailed festival programme is yet to be released, stay tuned here and on Pixel’s official website for more information on how to reserve tickets very soon. The films are both in competition and are being screened as part of larger short film packages during the day. Hoping to see many of you there!
Hope you’re all having a great April so far. Currently looking forward to NAB next week and the last month of production on “The Bridge”, before moving on to new adventures I can’t wait to tell you more about…
Take care everyone!
As spring approaches, my work on the TV series “The Bridge” has passed it’s halfway mark. With only around 40 days to go, it’s been a fun, hectic, stressful and awesome couple of months.
About a week ago I jumped in as “B”-camera operator on the show, working with main actors Sofia Helin & Kim Bodnia, with director Kathrine Windfeld (The Killing, Hamilton) and DP Morten Søborg (Pusher, Chernobyl Diaries, In A Better World). Jumped in and shot a couple of scenes – will let you know when it airs, of course.
As me and director Dawid Ullgren finally finished work on Kärlek kl 03.56 a few weeks ago – it’s currently on its way out on the international film festival market, we have started heavy pre-production on our next project. Also the next film produced by Redhawk Productions, in co-operation with Gränsfilm. The film is titled Den Som Gräver En Grav and is a short subject horror/black comedy that we’re set to move into production on in just a couple if weeks. I’m acting as Director of Photography on the project, and have been working on the film since the new year. Currently, what remains is some sponsorship deals and just to lock the final shooting schedule into place. We went out to location last weekend for rehearsals and blocking, and have a pretty firm grasp on what we’ll be doing when we go on location. More details as the shoot approaches.