During the Gothenburg Film Festival 2011 director Jonas Selberg Augustsén invites some of Sweden’s most renowned film makers to room 1112 of the Riverton hotel to ask one question: “Does celluloid film die out – and what do you think it means for the moving image?”.
The film is a remake of Wim Wenders documentary film Room 666 from 1982 and explores just like the original in which way technological change alters the look and content of contemporary film.
OTHER TITLES | Room 1112
ROLE | Herself
LANGUAGE | Swedish
RUN TIME | 90 minutes
YEAR | 2012
DIRECTOR | Jonas Selberg Augustsén
CAST | Kalle Boman, Jannike Åhlund, Patrik Eklund, Alexandra Dahlström