This is something that doesn’t happen very often but when it does it’s a wonderful day! I found a new photo from way back in Spring of 1999 of Alexandra Dahlström and Rebecca Liljeberg. It was taken by Peter Jansson somewhere in Helsinki, Finland.
A few more images have popped up from the Guldbaggegalan 2019. Not nearly as many as I would have liked but hopefully there will be more.
If you are in the mood to watch the entire awards show you can do so for a limited time on the SVT website. It’s only available in Swedish with Swedish subtitles as an option.
The 54th annual Guldbagge Awards took place on January 28th at Cirkus in Stockholm, Sweden. Alexandra Dahlström attended the event with her boyfriend Jakob Wiklander and the pair were photographed on the red carpet together. SVT has the entire red carpet event posted on their website for a limited time. Click the image below to be redirected. I’m in Canada and had no issues watching it. Skip ahead to around the 1 hour 20 minutes mark to see Alexandra & Jakob.
Here are more stills from the red carpet.
The 29th annual Stockholm International Film Festival kicked off on November 6th with the world premiere of Anna Odell’s film X & Y at Skandia in Stockholm. Alexandra attended with her boyfriend Jakob Wiklander. I’ve been on the lookout for photos but the only photos available so far (that I’ve found) are from Scanpix meaning they are watermarked and the one above from Alexandra’ Instagram story. Despite the lack of photos online they look great together and I would love to see more photos from the festival!
On October 15, 2018 the #metoo Symposium was held in Helsingør, Denmark at Kulturværftet. The purpose of the event was to discuss where we are today one year after the #metoo movement began and millions of women worldwide came forward with reports of sexual assault in the entertainment industry.
Alexandra Dahlström participated in the event as a speaker on the debate panel. Here are some of her thoughts on the #metoo movement.
Back in the panel debate, Alexandra Dahlström is also advocating that we regain solidarity and that women in the industry join forces to say ‘stop’. Women must support each other and should not fear losing jobs in what Dahlström calls “the boys club”. She believes that women are being trained to compete against each other, but if we are to see results, we must go beyond that and instead re-establish solidarity.
Dahlström adds that the reason why many people do not speak up may be related to the fear of being replaced in an industry that is filled with unsafe employment.
You can read the entire article here in Danish but if you enable Google Translate in Chrome you can automatically translate the article to English.
Johan Rosell’s short film Banana Pancake Trail will be competing in the 1KM Film section of the Stockholm International Film Festival taking place this November 7th to 18th. Alexandra will most likely be attending the festival this year so this will be a good opportunity to keep an eye out for photos and videos!
SIFF recently shared this still of Alexandra as Maya on their website.
Here are the still images from the short film Banana Pancake Trail that I’ve collected so far. Presented in no particular order.
As a bonus to these lovely photos, Arpi Sahakyan has a cinematographer reel posted with multiple scenes from the film. There is no dialogue and the scenes are throughout the reel. Definitely worth a watch!
For some additional images see Arpi Sahakyan’s still images.
A lovely collection of photos from today’s STOCKmotion awards ceremony.
Alexandra Dahlström and Farzad Farzaneh are going to be up to something at the Pristutdelning STOCKmotion (Prize Distribution) today. I’m not sure if she’ll be receiving an award, presenting or hosting but definitely something to keep an eye on today! It’s about 5pm in Stockholm as I’m typing this so we may not need to wait very long for (hopefully) some photos to appear online.
Update: Some photos have started to appear online!