Alexandra has made her Vimeo account public and you can currently watch 4 of her films (Lacrimosa, Kom Hit, Because the Night & The Audition (which features Julia Gahne)) plus a clip for what I believe is Fågel Fenix.
I’m super happy because Because the Night is subtitled in English and I’ve been searching for English subtitles since it was released!
Another video has surfaced from the Stockholm International Film Festival. It’s in English and Swedish with some subtitles in a language I can’t identify. There are a few small clips of Alexandra throughout. Now I’m search of a video for the Best Documentary award from the festival because as you can see – Alexandra presented the award to Liang Zhao for his documentary Behemoth.
Rasmus Luthander’s show reel was posted on YouTube back in February and the first thirty seconds contains a clip from Elin Övergaard’s short film Antingen-eller. The scene has English subtitles which is always great for us non-Swedish speakers.
It’s that time of the year again! The 26th Stockholm International Film Festival was held November 11th through 22nd and although Alexandra Dahlström did not enter a film this year, she did participate on the jury for the Stockholm Documentary Competition alongside Stefan Nylén and Matías Meyers. Here’s a collection of photos from the festival taken from Instagram and other places on the web.
And here’s a bonus – a video taken at the festival where you can see Alexandra sneak a photo on her iPhone. Or maybe she was just checking for messages?
Do you remember that “mystery music video” that Alexandra was supposedly directing last summer while she was in Los Angeles? Well, the mystery is solved! This is the music video for Giorgio Moroder feat. Sia called Déjà Vu. It premiered yesterday on YouTube and I must say I really like the song! You’ll see Lisa Pyk, Julia Gahne and Alexandra Dahlström among the girls in the blonde wigs.
It’s always fun to come across older things involving Alexandra Dahlström. I accidentally came across this YouTube video awhile back. It’s from the 69th Venice Film Festival, which if you’ll remember, is where Blondie premiered in 2012.
Sunday, February 15th marks International Childhood Cancer Day. Alexandra Dahlström alongside Stefan Sauk, Björn Ranelid, Zinat Pirzadeh, Marie Richardson and Tobias Karlsson are raising awareness for this cause. Watch the clip below.
Edit: Fish tracked down another clip on Facebook! Click here.
Here are two video clips that have surfaced online from the Guldbagge Awards that took place January 26, 2015. The first is a red carpet interview with Hanna Persson & Alexandra Dahlström, and the second is of Alexandra and Vulkano presenting the award for Best Set Design!