My friend Fish has been on a role with all this great Alexandra Dahlström news and let me know that Astro is now available with English subtitles for us non-Portuguese speaking fans! This is awesome news! The image below is linked to the Vimeo page where you can watch for free.
Ömheten appears to be available for worldwide sales! However, I’m too chicken to pop in my information on the “register” page because I don’t know how this works! But if you’d care to look into it, it might be possible to get your hands on a copy! Unless maybe this is restricted to press/media and such…
Fish over at the Forum pointed me towards a couple of Vulkano’s music videos and Alexandra can be seen in the background. See if you can find her!
The good people at Bossa Nova Films have posted the film Astro to their Vimeo account for all us fans to watch! Thanks to Fish for sending over the link! So this is what I will be doing for the next hour and a half.
Update: The movie is in Portuguese however most of the dialogue is in English with Portuguese subtitles so you can still understand the film.
It’s time for another round of Spot Alexandra!
This time it’s in Marco De Luca’s show reel. He was the director of the short film La Coda del Serpente. It’s a shame there wasn’t more of her.
Nothing new to report lately but I did find a music video I was completely unaware of that Alexandra was in back in 2012. It’s called The Night by an American indie rock band called School of Seven Bells who are based in New York. It’s a really cool song so you should check it out! I wasn’t able to embed the video but if you click the image below it’ll take you to the site where it’s hosted.
Update: This video isn’t an official release, it was part of a contest to create a music video for the song. A group called Les Numineuses put it together for said competition. But since it’s Alexandra Dahlström related it happily fits in here!
I can’t believe it! It finally surfaced! The Babalou Smith music video for I’m A Rocker featuring Alexandra! I almost spat out my coffee when I saw it come up in my Google search. I hadn’t seen it until today so I am beyond happy! This video is from 1999 so it’s long overdue. Now I get to cross it off the wishlist!
I found another clip from Saga Gärde’s short film Babysister. Alexandra is in it and I believe it directly precedes the other clip I already have posted in the video section.
You can click the picture above to watch it or right click and “save link as” to save it. It’s been archived in the video section under Film Clips.
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.