Swedish director Lukas Moodysson returns to feel-good mode with the coming of age film “Vi är bäst!” about three girls who start a punk rock band in Stockholm in the 80’s. I was the editing assistant for Michal Leszczylowski on this production.
After having worked with mainly documentaries for the last ten or so years, I am now embarking on a new journey: For the next couple of months I will be working at Swedish television – more specifically for SVT News. I will work as a camera operator and editor and my work will be broadcasted in the many different news slots SVT has.
I am looking forward to this new opportunity. It´s a whole new world to be publishing news on a more daily rhythm – compared to the documentaries I have worked on – that were released about once a year.
Margreth Olin has filmed 22 persons in their meeting with the well known voluntary healer Joralf Gjerstad. For 65 years more than 50.000 has gone to him to be healed from illnesses and ill-doings. He has never asked for a penny for this.
The three-part documentary series on the evolving scandal at Karolinska. I had only a very small role in the production as I was translating some content from German to Swedish.
Welcome to www.enno.net!
I have recently moved into a new shared and creative office space on Södermalm/Sofo in Stockholm. Inspiring colleagues and a great space to work!
Do not hesitate to contact me if you need help with your media projects. Short term or long term. Filming, editing, post-production or websites! Swedish, English or German. Small-scale or large-scale. I am ready to help. Call me!
I now watched all three parts of ‘Dokument Inifråns’ “Experimenten” on SVT. What a scandal! And well done, SVT/Dokument Inifrån/Bosse Lindqvist. I had been in contact with the case during the producing of this series since I was asked to translate some material from German to Swedish. So I knew this was coming – but I didn’t know how it would turn out. It sure will be calling for many engaged discussions in many homes in Stockholm and elsewhere. Will be interesting to see how this evolves…
Welcome to www.enno.net and a happy new year!
I had a great christmas break and am now back in Stockholm. I am looking forward to some nice winter months – and to work on some exciting projects. More on this to come. In the meantime, if you need help with your media projects – filming, editing, postproduction or websites – please get in touch!
The second day of the ArchFilmSthlm Festival was out at Cyklopen in Högdalen. I had always wanted to go there but never got round to. Well, on saturday I finally managed and went to see “Double Happiness” – a documentary about the Austrian village of Hallstatt – and its Chinese copy. Such a great pick for the festival – and a very good film topic.
I especially liked that in the beginning of the film one was constantly uncertain if we were being shown the original or the copy. If you ever get a chance to see this film – do.
Years ago, my film about the changing Beijing was shown at the ArchFilmFest in Lund. This year ArchFilmSthlm was started. Not by the same people, but in the same spirit. Their opening night was last friday. They kicked off the festival with a film about the Barbican, in London. “Barbicania” is a video diary about this iconic building in London. Over the period of one month, the filmmakers have gone each day and documented one aspect of the Barbican. That way they have visited peoples flats, the library, the archives, the theatre, church, graveyard, washing-saloon, roofs – all aspects of the Barbican where portrayed.
All in all a very well done portray of the Barbican – and a great method for a documentary…
Funnily enough, I had my graduation ceremony of my Bachelor degree at the Barbican. And in the movie, as they are filming inside the auditorium, my old university was having another event… It is a small world.
I finally watched Fredrik Gerttens film “Bikes vs Cars”. The version that is out on SVT Play. It is a great film that brings together many of my interests in sustainable city planning, biking and urban futures. How can we continue to live in cities in a responsible and realistic way when soon there will be twice as many cars in the world. Interesting characters and cases in the film.
If you haven´t seen it yet, consider watching it on Vimeo on Demand. It is the longer version that is available for rent there. And I assume that is my only critique: the SVT version seemed to be cut down a bit too harsh. That said, I don´t mind the length of 58 minutes – when it is well done… In this case, the longer one may be better. I haven´t seen it in that version – yet… Either way – watch it!
I edited one season of reality party-series Cirkus Magaluf – 2015.
And finally, here is the new enno.net
I made my first www.enno.net in 1998. For years the site was a static HTML page. Its function to be my personal private portfolio has not changed. In think it was around 2011 that I switched the design to wordpress. I spend a lot of time looking for themes, became a good customer at themeforest , buying all kinds of themes, always hoping that this is the theme that would finally satisfy my vision for www.enno.net. but they didn’t.
Finally, here it is in a new design. Whilst not final, it is closer to what I was longing for. For the first time I have written a theme all from scratch by myself. In the process I learned a lot. There still are some issues. They will be addressed bit by bit…
And maybe, maybe I´ll also find some more time to blog…
Had high expectations after all those around me having high praise for the film. My verdict – technically well done – but storywise not really my thing…
If you suddenly lose every single member of your family – how do you manage to live on? We meet four individuals who share an unthinkable tragic experience: losing their loved ones in the 2004 tsunami. But they differ in their ways of coping with loss and grief.
In this obsevational documentary we meet the main characters in everyday life situations. Part of the filming was made in the first year after the tsunami. However, focus is on the 10th year after the disaster.
What does it take to continue to live – even though everything worth living for is gone?
It turns out that although the questions are the same, the answers are as different as the personalities in this film. By sharing their experience and their thoughts on this complex issue, the main characters shed light on the road to recovery, thus making the film a powerful knowledge based tool and document.
En dokumentär spionthriller som utspelas under kalla kriget men som får sin upplösning idag i den lilla by i Burträsk utanför Umeå. En djupt troende präst, omtyckt och respekterat av alla eller en hänsynslös spion som inte tvekat för att ange sina vänner och kollegor till den fruktade säkerhetstjänsten Stasi i forna DDR. Vem är Aleksander Radler, mannen med två olika personligheter?
In the Aceh Province, the 2004 Tsunami left 170,000 people dead and some 400,000 homeless. In 2005, the internationally awarded documentary The Tsunami Generation profiled remnants of families struggling to get life back to normal.
Now, 10 years later, filmmaker Folke Rydén returns to meet the same survivors.
This film gives a fundamental account of a societies long term struggle to cope with the aftermath of one of the worst natural disasters in living memory.
The 2004 killer tsunami reduced the coastal province in Aceh, Indonesia, to rubble. The tragedy triggered unprecedented generosity from the international community, with a total of 7 billion dollars being donated to the area.
It was also a catalyst for the end of a 30-year war between the Indonesian government and a separatist movement.
The tsunami not only dismembered the society; it challenged the society’s mode of life, hurt its pride and symbols, and compelled its remaining members to redefine their relationship with God. In the power struggle of this oil rich region all chips were in the air. Government, guerrilla and the men of God – all aspired to gain from the new situation.
So what happened?
In this documentary we meet the same main characters from the 2005 film. We tell their story.
Through emotional personal stories the film gives a fundamental account of a societies long term struggle to cope with the aftermath of the worst natural disasters in living memory.
In spring 2014 I was contacted by journalist Jenny Jevert. She asked if I could join her on a short notice trip to film a farmer in Germany. I gladly accepted. The outcome is this portrait of three farmers that do good around the Baltic Sea. In August I was also asked to edit the film together with Micke Eriksson. The result is now being shown on conferences around the baltic sea.
Miss Julie is an upcoming drama film written and directed by Liv Ullmann, based on the play of the same title by August Strindberg. It will star Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell and Samantha Morton. It will have its world premiere in the Special Presentations section of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
I have been the assistant editor for Michal Leszczylowski.
On a beach in Thailand 200 Rohingya boat people are tied up and surrounded by soldiers. It’s an image which taps into allegations that Rohingya refugees are forced into slavery or ransomed for money. “Sixty thousand bath? He not have money”, says Durman, whose Rohingya relative is being kept captive in the jungle. A Burmese pogrom against the Rohingya is forcing many to flee the country in unseaworthy boats. They often end up in Thailand where they disappear into a network of prison camps. Mohammad, who escaped, describes the “torture” which he was subjected to for months. The human trade is allegedly conducted with the assistance of the police and military. A senior police officer admits he’s heard reports of officials getting involved: “I have seriously investigated this issue. But I still do not have any evidence”. Chutima, a journalist investigating the trafficking, and the involvement of Thai officials, is heartbroken. “It’s worse and worse, day by day. Nobody cares”.
I was asked to do the audio/video sync of this campaign
ÅF Ljusarkitektur asked me to produce a promo video presenting their lighting design for Nordic Voxel. I did the filming and the editing.
Nordic Voxel transports the splendour of crisp blue skies and the warmth of a glowing sunset deep into the atrium. It reconnects people in and around the atrium with aspects of natural light. This gives them a rich and unified experience of the space transformed by light. By reconnecting people to the rhythms, colours and atmospheric qualities of natural light, Nordic Voxel provides subconscious information about time and space that enhances the individual’s daily experience.
Danish company Sigma as asked me to shoot and edit several Event Company films for Beijer Byggmaterial which were then shown at a conference.
This documentary film investigates toxic chemicals found in and around the Baltic Sea, in wildlife and in human bodies. It shares the insights of various experts on the consequence for the world surrounding us and our unborn children.
My role this time was main Camera Operator as well as Postproduction Manager.
Barracuda TV asked me to be the local expert as well as field reporter for their “H&M Beckham in Berlin” shoot.
Barracuda TV asked me to edit their promotional video for the H&M Cro collection.
Dokumentär om en skolklass där enda “svennen” är klassens fröken.
Ryszard Solarz film Hej svensk skildrar en skolklass i Kvarnbackaskolan i Husby där den enda infödda svensken i klassen är fröken Maja Lundberg. Barnen kallar henne skämtsamt för ”svenne banan”. Hon försöker till varje pris hjälpa sina elever att ta del av det Sverige hon känner. Hon vill lära ut de värderingar som den svenska skolan står för.
Filmen är en varm skildring av Maja Lundberg och barnen som redan i tidig ålder lär sig förstå vad segregation innebär.
I have been one of the editors for Trädgårdstoppen Season 3 which will premiere in March 2013 on TV8
The Baltic Sea Waste Campaign is a tour to Baltic Sea coastal cities during the summer of 2012. It involves seminars, underwater litter documentation, production of film and educational material with the purpose to promote knowledge about waste and pollution in the Baltic Sea marine and coastal environments. FRP will document the tour, producing film, a web site and a blog.
How much blood, sweat and tears do top athletes invest in their quest for success? Is it worth it – and what happens to ones who sacrifice everything to reach the top, but who in the end, for various reasons, don’t make it?
A presentation video of Renetech’s work in Africa. This video was shown at the Stockholm +40 conference in April 2012.
African Traditional Music Group Nyame Tsease from Cape Coast, Ghana – Promo
Swedish documentary by Peter Löfgren about Jibril Rajoub. On this production I was filming an interview in Sweden – and in postproduction I have been responsible to transform the large amount of old archive footage to the highest possible quality.
Svensk dokumentär från 2012. Från livstidsdömd terrorist till presidentkandidat. Journalisten Peter Löfgren berättar historien om den okände och ökände Jibril Rajoub, mannen som blivit Palestinas starke man – med fotboll som vapen.
The Cod Game tells the story of human sacrifice versus the struggle to save the environment. In a unique portrait of a few fishermen in the Polish port of Darlowko, the film gives an inside view of the price paid to save the cod in the Baltic Sea. Over two turbulent years, The Cod Game follows the events that put the Polish cod fishing fleet on the brink of collapse.
Marcin Cholewinski is the youngest and most fearless fisherman in Darlowko. His biggest dream is to continue an old family fishing tradition. Shortly after buying his first boat – DAR 55 – the European Union decides to punish Polish fisherman for many years of overfishing. A cod fishing ban is imposed. But Marcin ignores the restrictions. Instead, he catches as much cod as he can. His confident attitude is encouraged by the local fisherman’s union, and Marcin takes the lead in the union’s struggle to preserve the small fisherman’s right to fish.
The Cod Game follows Marcin and his colleagues in their struggle to survive. It depicts how controversial political decisions affect normal people and push them to break the law.
I produced a web clip for Swedish Lighting design company Ljusarkitektur. They have been working on a project in Hamburg, Germany. This is the opening of the Hamburg Living Place.
Cancer meant that Robin af Ekenstam had to amputate his right hand. He was only 21 years old.
When Robin hears of an advanced artificial hand he volunteers to participate in the development.
Science for Life is a journey into scientific progress seen through the eyes of ordinary citizens who benefit from it. It also looks at the vast financial resources invested in scientific research to win a stake in the global competition to be first in shaping the visions for the future.
“House of Radon” asked me to work on several of these clips of an ad-campaign for Ericsson.
I have been the assistant editor for ICA advertisements between 2011 and 2016
Freelance work: Camera & Editing
for a web clip on Funds.
Portrait, Peter Elam Håkansson, Chairman and Head of public equity team
The second film about the Baltic Sea had its premiere in May 2011. My role has been Postproduction Producer, Editor & Camera.
Algae blooms, dead sea beds – the Baltic Sea is suffering.
Slimy and disgusting algae have become a daily problem for holiday-makers along the Baltic shores. Industrial emissions and untreated municipal sewage water have over the last century left the sea suffocated.
This is common knowledge and efforts are being made to cope with the problem. However, something quite appalling is about to happen, something that is not as widely known.
For the first time, the people around the Baltic Sea will get this complex situation explained, learn about possible solutions and actions and hear from the politicians responsible.
From the makers of award-winning documentary For Cod’s Sake comes the second film in the series about the Baltic Sea.