Tag Archives: Sweden

“Strom”: A Cinematic Promotional Short Film Directed By Robert Andersson (2017)

“Strom” is a Cinematic Promotional Short Film Filmed and Directed By Robert Andersson.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by: Robert Andersson

Produced by: LinkDirectors

“You always should make sure
You have something to say.
Otherwise, it’s a very sad living.”

Websites: http://www.linkdirectors.com/ 

 

“Volvo – Vintersaga”: A Cinematic Promotional Short Film In Sweden By Niklas Johansson (2015)

“Volvo – Vintersaga” is a Cinematic Promotional Short Film In Sweden Directed By Niklas Johansson.

Filmed and Directed by:  Niklas Johansson
Edited by: Sam Ostrove
Agency: Forsman & Bodenfors

Produced by:   newland.tv

Volvo – Vintersaga Cinematic Promotional Short Film In Sweden By Niklas Johansson

“In January. The month when Sweden shows itself from his harshest side with rain, snow, cold, wind and sun that hardly rises above the horizon.

It is also the period that defines us Swedes the most. People from all over the world flock to Sweden during warm and light periods, but just the residents choose to voluntarily stay there when the great melancholy rolls in.

”Vemod” – Is one of the most swedish word but does not have a clear translation. A tender sadness or melancholy. Something that is sad but yet beautiful. Vemod is not an outgoing feeling, it’s more slowly fretting inside somebody.”

Website:  gustavjohansson.com

“Decay”: A Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Sweden By Isak Dalsfelt & Joel Gribbson (2014)

“Decay” is a Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Sweden By Isak Dalsfelt and Joel Gribbson.

Filmed, Produced and Directed by:  Isak Dalsfelt and Joel Gribbson

Original Music Composed by:  Elijah Bossenbroek

Decay Cinematic Time-Lapse Short Film In Sweden By Isak Dalsfelt and Joel Gribbson 2014

“This film depicts modern Decay as we see it from here in the south of Sweden. We want to show to the world that this decay exists everywhere we humans have put our feet.

Everything that we humans make will slowly be torn down by nature if we don’t take care of what we have made.
So please do take care of what you make, or create it in a way so mother nature will take care of it for you.

With this film we would also like to pay our regards to all the storys and memories that these places obtain. They are untold stories that we will never know anything about other than what we can imagine from what we see.

 Respect to all that have happened and been forgotten, it has made a difference.”

Website:   https://www.facebook.com/limetaps/info?tab=page_info

“Kings Of The Skies”: A Cinematic Short Film Of Flight In Sweden Directed By Jesper Rådegård (2014)

“Kings Of The Skies” is a Cinematic Short Film of the Gothenburg Aeroshow In Sweden Directed By Jesper Rådegård.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Jesper Rådegård

Music Composed by: Thomas Bergersen  (“Hymn to Life”)

“Filmed at Österlen in Skåne, Sweden (with) sequences from Gothenburg Aeroshow 2013.”

Beautifully Edited Showreel:

Website:  http://jesperradegardvideographer.zenfolio.com/

“Two Fifty Three Kelvin”: A Cinematic Short Film Of Winter In Sweden By Bart van der Gaag (2011)

“Two Fifty Three Kelvin” is a Cinematic Short Film Of Winter In Sweden Filmed and Directed By Bart van der Gaag.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Bart van der Gaag

Music Composed by:  Armand Amar & Lévon Minassian (“Hovern’ engan”)

At 253° Kelvin ( -4°f, -20°C) the world is caught in a silent, frozen moment.

Website:  http://bartvandergaag.zenfolio.com/

“Autumn By The Lake”: A Cinematic Short Film In Sweden Directed By Bart van der Gaag (2011)

“Autumn By The Lake” is a cinematic visual poem at Lake Fjällnora in Uppsala Sweden directed by Bart van der Gaag.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  Bart van der Gaag

Music:  “Prituri se planinata” (A Bulgarian Folk Song)

Song Performed by:   Stefka Sabotinova

Website:  http://bartvandergaag.zenfolio.com/

“The Story Of Torne River”: Cinematic Short Film In Arctic Sweden By Henning Sandström (2012)

The dropping of the temperature to several degrees below zero in Jukkasjärvi marks the start of an ephemeral art endeavour. Using only frozen water form the Torne River, artists from all over the world gather in this small Swedish village, 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, to create an exclusive art exhibition and the world’s largest hotel och ice and snow: ICEHOTEL in Jukkasjärvi.

Filmed and Directed by:   Henning Sandström

Produced by:  Milling Production AB

Music by:   Hior Chronik (mü-nest label)

Narration by:   Per-Henrik Arvidius