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Svitjod 2000+
BY
Mårten Nilsson & David Flamholc

What would you say if an enormous amount of people, around 20-30 million perhaps, moved to Sweden? We went out and asked people this question. 

Keywords Documentary
Aspect ratio 1,78:1 (4:3 Letterbox)
Prod. format
Duration 00:10:36
Language Swedish
Color Color
Year 2000
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About the artists

David Flamholc

Born in 1974 in Spånga, Sweden. Currently based in London, UK.

David Flamholc is a Swedish director and manuscript writer who made his directorial debut aged 22 with Vackert Väder (1996) and his Svitjod 2000 (2000), a short film in collaboration with Mårten Nilsson, won awards at both Hamburg and Tampere Film Festivals. He has continued to make films and after he moved to London he has directed Flip a Coin (2004), House of the Tiger King (2004) and Afghan Gold (2010). Together with his father, Leon Flamholc, he runs the production company Caravan Films.

Mårten Nilsson

Mårten Nilsson

Born in 1962. Lives in Stockholm. Mårten Nilsson is a filmmaker, mainly focusing on shortfilms. He also works as a cinematographer. Gunilla Heilborn works with dance, performance, text and film. They have made several films together and were awarded the Guldbagge from the Swedish Film Institute for ‘What You Do’ in 2007.

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