Keep Me Safe is in competition at Sheffield Doc/Fest by Stefan Henriksson

Keep Me Safe is selected to screen at one of the premier documentary film festivals in the world. On June 7th and June 9th, short film Keep Me Safe, directed by Ellen Fiske and Joanna Karlberg will be screened at the Sheffield Doc/Fest.

Keep Me Safe is nominated for the Student Doc Award. Keep Me Safe has also been selected to the Hamburg Short Film Festival-related Mo & Friese Kinder Kurzfilmfestival during the same timeframe as Sheffield Doc/Fest. The film is competing in the 14+ section at Mo & Friese.

New Energy Article released in local press (Swedish article) by Stefan Henriksson

Singularity Film documentary feature production New Energy is the debut film of filmmaker and colleague Pär Brännström. Last week the filmmaker received positive attention by the local press in Kalmar Län for his work with the documentary portrait about the musician who unfortunately left the world behind him at the young age of 24. 

Article from Östran/Nyheterna written by Janne Adeen. Published on Monday, January 26:th.

Article from Östran/Nyheterna written by Janne Adeen. Published on Monday, January 26:th.

Check the film out here.

by Stefan Henriksson

SGY Film are happy to announce that KEEP ME SAFE is nominated for the Tempo Short Documentary Award at Tempo Documentary Festival in March 2015. The film is a studentfilm from Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, directed by Ellen Fiske and Joanna Karlberg. The film is produced by Singularity Film producer Stefan Henriksson.

Tempo Doc Festival will be held in Stockholm between the 2nd and 8th of March this year.

For more information please visit Tempo Offical Site and Stockholmsnytt where director Ellen Fiske made an official statement today on the feeling on being in competition. (Articles in Swedish)

Mazda is Official Selection to the 2015 Gothenburg International Film Festival by Stefan Henriksson

Alexis Almström debut short film Mazda has been selected for the section Svenska Bilder at the 2015 edition of the International Gothenburg Film Festival.

Mazda is a short film projected developed and produced at by Singularity Film producer Stefan Henriksson with colleague Markus Waltå at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. The film is written and directed by Alexis Almström and tells the story of three friends who in the midst of a riot break-out in a Swedish suburb accidentally stumbles upon an old Mazda that changes the course of their night.

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The cast includes actress Evin Ahmad, Gael Kinsungila and Jonathan Asaba. The film is photographed by Karin Stenwall, edited by Joel Rayner, originally composed by Rickard Age with Alexis Almström and Vittorio Grip, art directed by Mari Eriksson and sound-mixed and sound-edited by Martin Lindström, Manne Kjellander and Philip Eriksson.

Mazda will premiere on the festival in Gothenburg on January 24th 2015 at Capitol at 10.00 am. 

For tickets please visit www.giff.se (Tickets will be available from Jan 11:th 2015)

 

Where Sweden Ends wins Audience Award at Kortfilmsdagen in Oskarshamn by Stefan Henriksson

On December 21:st Singularity Film participated in Short Film Day (Kortfilmsdagen) at Sagabiografen in Oskarshamn, Sweden. The event was an initiation by the Swedish Film Institute.

Singularity Film joined the festival with three films, "Where Sweden Ends" (2011 by Jonas Westbom), Keep Me Safe (2014 by Ellen Fiske and Joanna Karlberg) and the swedish premiere of "1732 Days" (2014 by Stefan Henriksson).

"Where Sweden Ends" was awarded the audience award. Stefan Henriksson who participated in the event excepted the award on the behalf of producer Erik Lundqvist.