Following the trail of late author Stieg Larsson, from his work with Expo, all the way back to his childhood home in the deep woods of northern Sweden, Norsjö.
Shooting a series of short documentaries, bringing light into the growing phenomenon of fatigue syndrome among teenagers and young adults. Produced by Mediabruket, commissioned by SVT, premiering September 2017.
Shooting a project for Atmo, commissioned by Swedish Vårdförbundet. Directed by Tarik Saleh, Marianne Gustavsson and Lisa Belfrage.
What’s the price of love? Shooting a new documentary project for Lucky Day Production, with Ali from Turkey, who moved to Stenungssund when he found the woman of his life. Now they have a little baby together and he’s trying to learn Swedish language, food and culture and most of all, trying to get a job so he can become himself again.
Following the Scandinavian bank Nordea’s Sasja Beslik to India, in his work with developing green banking and sustainable finance. His mission is to show it’s actually possible, and he won’t stop until he has the financial world’s full attention. A Film And Tell production.
Traveling to Standing Rock reservation, meeting the Sioux Tribe and documenting voices regarding the highly criticised oil pipeline project DAPL, Dakota Access Pipe Line. Part of a new documentary film project by Oscar Hedin for Film And Tell.
The film “Utmaningen/The Challenge” awarded with two silver at the annual Spinn gala, Sweden’s biggest competition for best PR-campaign 2016.
Airing tonight on Swedish Television, the documentary “Dreams and photography” on still photographer and artist Lovisa Ringborg.
Produced by SVT and directed by Bengt Bok
He hit a rock and broke his neck. This is the documentary on Claes Hultling, a physician who dived into the water two weeks before his marriage and became paralyzed from his chest down. Now he wants to export his know-how and skills to help his wounded brothers and sisters in Africa. It is his biggest challenge ever. Airing at SVT2 20.00. Commissioned by Swedish Television and produced/directed by Folke Ryden.
Starting shooting a new documentary project for SVT, directed by Karin Swärd
Filming with Mediabruket in Abisko Nationalpark.
Following Cajsa von Ziepel to Rome and New York, for the SVT documentary project on her life and work as an artist. Directed by Monica Anjefeldt, produced by Swedish Television
Premiere for the film Utmaningen/The Challenge produced by ATMO. A film commissioned by Swedish Arbetsmiljöverket, with purpose informing about new laws against stress related work place environments.
Shooting in Zambia with director Folke Ryden and his new documentary project on Swedish MD Claes Hultling and alternative aid to the third world. A FRP production for Swedish Television, SVT
Tv4 premier of the documentary I filmed on the main suspect murderer of Swedish prime minister Olof Palme, the mysterious Christer Pettersson. Directed and produced by Kajsa Ståhl and Karin Swärd.
Working with ATMO on the film ”Utmaningen”, for Swedish Arbetsmiljöverket, on the subject stress. What it does to us and how we can deal with it. Directed by Marianne Gustavsson, Lisa Belfrage and Tarik Saleh
Starting shooting a new documentary with director Monica Anjefeldt. We’re following the Swedish sculptur Cajsa von Ziepel in Stockholm, Trosa, New York and Rome. A production for Swedish Television, SVT.
Filming a new documentary with director Bengt Bok on the Swedish still photographer Lovisa Ringborg. A film production for Swedish Television.
Doing research, filming and trekking the national park of Sarek during two weeks, Moody Nature Images.
”Astrid” awarded Best Documentary 2015 at the Kristallen ceremony.
Shooting interviews in London with director Bosse Lindqvist for the SVT documentary ”Experimenten”, revealing the truth behind the surgeon Paolo Macchiarini. Premiering 13 Jan 2016.
Filming the one hour documentary ”Den Fantastiska Resan” on the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and their conductor Daniel Harding, during their Italy tour. Directed by Bengt Wennehorst-Norrman and edited by Matylda Dymek for SVT
Shooting a two part documentary on the subject Sapmi love. Intimate interviews with the Sami people of Sweden, where we follow two couples preparations for their big wedding. Produced by Lisa Marie Kristensen for SVT.
Following Paul Hansen’s trails through as diverse locations such as the West Bank and Stockholm City, from teargas and violent demonstrations against the Israeli military, to the hipster mecca of Hornstull. Thomas Nordanstad’s documentary on internationally awarded press photographer Paul Hansen and his work all around the world, is premiering tonight at Swedish Television. ”Konsten att komma för sent först” with a soundtrack by Ebbot Lundberg.
Shooting a documentary on the Swedish video artist Lina Selander, who represented Sweden in the Venice Biennale 2015. Directed by Monica Anjefeldt for SVT, with premiere 2 Nov 2015.
Launching the three part documentary ”Astrid” on the Christmas day kl.20.00 at SVT.
Filming ”Mina Två Liv”, a new series of documentaries for SVT on the subject bipolarity. Produced by SVT and directed by Ann-Linn Guillou.
Shooting in Stockholm for the NY based production company Creative Chaos, a documentary on the american actor Robert Davi.
Sailing and filming onboard the racing boat Sea Dragon, with the research expedition Global Challenge. A Folke Ryden production for the Baltic Sea Expedition.
Shooting in the Philippines for the NGO Operation Smile.
Filming ”Folkhemspojken”, the two-part documentary on Swedish ex prime minister Ingvar Carlsson, directed by Lars lampers for SVT Documentary.
Filming Universal Music’s multi awarded artist Anna Ternheim during her first China tour.
Travelling Karbala, Baghdad, Hillah and Babylon for a new documentary project, produced by Folke Ryden at FRP.
”Mission: Save The Ocean”, hosted by Sir Richard Branson, is premiering July 31 on National Geographic Channel, UK. Over the last three years MSC, WWF and Greenpeace have made great efforts to improve the conditions of the oceans, shown in this unique TV-documentary project.
UW-filming Branson on Turtle Beach at his home on Necker Island
Shooting a documentary on Astrid Lindgren, an iconic and internationally acclaimed Swedish author. Directed by Kristina Lindstrom for Swedish Television, premiering Christmas 2014.
”This collection of eight films, each distinctive in tone and style, gives us parallax views of poverty today and through the ages” – Horace Newcomb, director of the Peabody Awards program
The Why Poverty project and our film Give Us The Money received the 72nd annual Peabody Award.
”The Mongolian Dream” awarded Best International Feature at AFI World Cinema Festival in the Hamptons, New York.
Best International Feature 2012
My documentary feature ”The Mongolian Dream”, premiering at the 2012 Gasparilla International Film Festival in Tampa, Florida.
The festival wrap party
With team in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, and director Bosse Lindqvist in London.
One of my last trips to the Altai mountains in the far north west of Mongolia, meeting once again with the eagle hunter Habae.