It still cold and dark in the mornings, so we have all the reason in the world to stay inside and watch films. And that's what we'll do for our February session. We have two short films up our sleeve that we want to share with you. This past fall Stallion by Nina Thyberg was screened at Stockholm Film Festival and the director and producers are now letting us screen it for our next Early Art. Producers Markus Waltå and Eliza Jones will be at the breakfast to talk about the film. As a warm up to this we will also be showing the short film Tokyo Vacations, directed by Adam Svanell and produced by Einar Bodström/House of Radon. The film has just been chosen for competition at Atlanta Film Festival and Go Short International Films Festival at Nijmegen and Adam will be at the screening. We are proud to be arranging it's first ever screening in Sweden. And lovely House of Radon are opening up the doors to their office for us to enjoy these to short films with a breakfast.
by Nina Thyberg
An erotic coming of age story about 16-year old Adena, who is chasing her good-looking high school teacher during their summer vacation. David, who is twice her age, is anything but comfortable with Adenas persistent approach.
Director Ninja Thyberg
Actors Moa Kourmadias, Alexej Manvelov
Producers Eliza Jones, Markus Waltå
Script Daniela Dahl, Ninja Thyberg
Music Linus Andersson, Katharina Nuttall
Length 15 min
About Tokyo Vacations
An average Japanese employee takes 7 days of vacation per year. In the documentary short film "Tokyo Vacations" we meet five ordinary Tokyo office workers who tell us about their best vacation memories. Underneath it all lies the question: how much of our lives should we dedicate to work?
Director Adam Svanell
Producers Einar Bodström, House of Radon
Length 11 min
I'm most definitely coming!
To be able to attend the session you need to sign up for a ticket. Please only apply for a ticket if you are definitely coming. As we have a limited number of spots we want to make sure that everyone who sign up turn up! Hope to see you there.