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Bävan
Director: Clara Bodén

Biografi
Director: Magnus Bärtås

La viande + L'amour
Director: Johanna Rubin

Bogland
Director: Jonas Selberg Augustsén

The Mill & the Cross
Director: Lech Majewski

Poet of the Elephant House
Director: Anna Juhlin

The Autumn Man
Director: Jonas Selberg Augustsén

Your Mind is Bigger Than all
the Supermarkets in the World

Director: Cecila Neant Falk

Scrap
Director: Clara Bodén

La favola del pennello/
The Tale of an Artist´s Brush

Director Andreas Kassel

The Tree Lover
Director: Jonas Selberg Augustsén

in the land of the cranes/
a film about Chongming Island

Director: Lisa Hagstrand

Historia
Director: Mathew Moore

I think of myself - and the left
Director: Maria Rydbrink Raud

Freedom Calf
Director: Jonas Selberg Augustsén

Jasper
Director: Mårten Barkvall

Hiding behind the camera
Part 2

Director: Carl Johan De Geer

The Zone
Director: Esaias Baitel

 

 

 

Hem


Under produktion




In Swedish

     
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Sweden 2009, 9 min, DigiBeta, Colour

 
  Director: Clara Bodén  
     
     
 

During a couple of years I took pictures of myself when I was angry. I could get so sad and angry that I fought. I thought I looked like a child in these pictures. This is a short film dealing with a time that make me both ashamed and proud.

 

   
  Director, Script, Editing

Clara Bodén

 
  Producer Freddy Olsson  
    Clara Bodén  
  Music, Sound Cicely Irvine  
  Sound Editing Jan Alvermark  
  Grading Daniel Olsson  
  Translation Agneta Wirberg/Textmakarna  
  Thanks a lot Julian McKinney  
  Carolina Werkander  
  Anna-Karin Andershed  
       
 

Producerad by Bokomotiv Filmproduktion AB and Poczta with support from Film i Väst/Bo Sjökvist and Filmpool Jämtland/Eva Aspling.

       
 
 

When I got angry mom and dad always said "let's talk things over" and I remember it almost always worked. But if those words don't change anything, to what use are they? What's left is a will to change the situation. "Fighting isn't gonna solve anything" those are common rules we've all heard since kindergarden. But who's said that fighting is about solving anything. For me fighting is about having no words left and giving up upon being understood but not wanting or daring to walk away. During a couple of years I took pictures of myself when I was angry. I could get so sad and angry that I fought. I thought I looked like a child in these pictures. This is a short film dealing with a time that make me both ashamed and proud.