Excerpt From Love Revisited

Writer and director Dunja Vujovic posted a photo on Instagram of a photo from her script Love Revisited. I copied down the text and translated it into English. I couldn’t make out her notes and edits so it’s possible the script changed during filming. I’m hoping to see the film at some point but for now, here is an excerpt available in Swedish and English.

(2016) Love Revisited (Excerpt) – English

(2016) Love Revisited (Excerpt) – Svenska

 

Forget All About Time

So this is a pretty unique find! Here is a song from Saga Gärde’s short film Babysister by Sophia Ersson. I can’t recall how I came across it but I like it.

Giants & Toys

Alexandra Dahlström has a page on the Giants & Toys website. She posted the link on her Instagram page recently. There are some commercials, music videos and trailers for her films. It’s definitely worth a look!

 

 

Watch Utvecklingssamtal

Utvecklingssamtal (aka Headway) is now available on Vimeo with English subtitles. It is a short film by Jens Jonsson. Alexandra is not on screen but you can hear her voice. She plays the voice of the main character’s daughter. You can read a little bit more about the film here.

Interview in Rome

I spent some time translating a blog post posted by Kornél Kovács back in 2012. The interview however was from a 2006 visit. I think I did the English version justice.

I learned that Alexandra was part of a film or possibly a short film written and directed by Massimo Gugliemlo titled Seven & Seven.

Massimo’s upcoming film Seven & Seven is about seven women in different European capitals, each representing one of the seven deadly sins. The women have one thing in common – that their lives are somehow going in the wrong direction – ending up at the wrong place at the wrong time: the London Underground on July 7, 2005. The same day of the London bombings. Alexandra plays a Swedish woman with the sloth sin.

I don’t think the film was ever released much to my dismay. It would have been from around 2005-2006 if it does exist out there somewhere.

The article can be found here in English and here in Swedish. It’s also been archived on the Articles page of this website.