Josefin & Florin by Joanna Karlberg and Ellen Fiske is awarded PRIX EUROPA 2020 TV IRIS Best European TV Programme of the Year about Cultural Diversity!
Through her diaries we get to know the girl from the village Missenträsk in Västerbotten who became a beloved and read author. She made the whole of Sweden wake up and see the unjust war of the United States in Vietnam. She made the lives and conditions of the miners visible. She defended the forest against clear-cutting and poisons.
Gunilla Bresky's documentary about Sara Lidaman has been awarded one of the main prizes at the film festival "Won together" in Sevastopol.
The Prize has gotten its name from the legendary director Gemma Firsova and is dedicated to a filmmaker working in her spirit.
Vi kan med glädje meddela att Guldbaggebelönade(bästa klipp) Josefin & Florin har vunnit pris för Best Film in the Romanian Competition på Astra filmfestival 2020.
Dessutom är vi stolta över att filmen är nominerade till det prestigefulla priset Prix Europa i kategorin TV Iris - Best European programme about cultural diversity.
We are very happy to announce that Ninosca - The woman and the emigrant's song (2020) by Peter Torbjönsson is part of the Official International Selection at the Guanajuato International Film Festival 2020 in Mexico.
The film will be screening both in Irapauto 20.9.2020 and Guanajuato Capital 27.9.2020
It became official today that our wonderful co-worker Anna Weitz has been appointed as a new documentary film commissioner at the Swedish Film Institute. She will start her new job August 17th. We wish Anna good luck and hope and wish her to come back to us at the end of the assignment.
SVT postpones the broadcast of JOSEFIN & FLORIN due to Covid19.
New date and time is Wednesday April 18 at 4:15 pm in SVT 2
You can also watch the film at SVT Play
Don't miss the chance to see Ellen Fiske's and Joanna Karlberg's triple Guldbagge-nominated film about the love couple Josefin & Florin.
Tuesday March 17 at 20:00 in SVT2 and on SVT Play from Sunday March 15.
Peter Torbiörnsson's wonderful film about Nicaraguan woman Ninosca was awarded yesterday with the Tempo Documentary Award. The Jury's wording reads:
"A craft of the utmost mark, a monumental document that extends over 40 years. We praise a form-fitting film photo and a work based on trust built over time, where inclusive and penetraiting images give us a close study of human conditions, the power of the individual and everyone's shortcomings. A sad song about social injustice and a woman's indomitable struggle for a dignified life."
Read more about the film here.