I’ve translated an article from the DN.se website from a couple weeks ago. It was from just before the Way Out West festival and Alexandra is talking about her documentary All We Have Is Now.
I’ve been on holiday the past few days, but Ian over at the forum was kind enough to point me toward a new article posted on the SvD Kultur website. It’s a mash up of interviews related to documentaries being produced in Sweden. Among them is All We Have Is Now which is opening at the Way Out West festival any day now. The article is a little lengthy so I have not yet translated it. But here are some lovely photos to enjoy in the meantime!
I’ve translated the new article from HD.se and you can read it here! Alexandra talks about her feature film she’s been working on and also confirms she does indeed have a boyfriend.
A new photo of Alexandra Dahlström popped up on the NorraSkåne.se website today! There is a teaser for an upcoming article that will be available on Monday.
She delves into the caches of female friendships
PERSONAL. Alexandra Dahlström broke through as a 14-year old in Show Me Love.
Today, she is both directing and acting, with friendship and music as recurring themes. Alexandra Dahlström has a lot going on. Her latest short film Fågel Fenix premiered at the Stockholm Film Festival before Christmas. Now she is script training while she cuts her first feature film.
Read more in Monday’s Norra Skåne and e-magazine.
Can you believe it’s been 15 years yesterday since Fucking Åmål was released? In honor of it’s 15th anniversary Radio Sweden did an interview with director Lukas Moodysson. The audio is in Swedish so I can’t understand it. I need to learn the language it would make things so much easier! Haha!
This video has been around for awhile but I can’t save a copy due to how it’s uploaded on the website. I figured I would post a copy here for as long as TV4 keeps it online.