This past Spring Alexandra Dahlström finished a short film called Banana Pancake Trail. It is directed by Johan Rosell and is set to screen at the Uppsala Film Festival on October 25th and on SVT sometime in January. Here you’ll find a scene between Alexandra Dahlström & costar Erik Bolin. There are no subtitles unfortunately and it’s only in Swedish. The video should load at the correct spot but if not you’ll want to tune in at 4 minutes, 58 seconds.
Maya has kept away from Sweden for the past years and lives a wandering life in Southeast Asia without any intention of ever returning. But when she finds out the only person she’s still in contact with back home only has days left to live, she quickly needs to get enough money together to pay for a plane ticket.
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!
The 50th Annual Guldbagge awards ceremony took place January 26, 2015 at Cirkus in Sweden. Some photos have already started popping up! Alexandra is looking gorgeous as always! And if you agree, you can vote for her here!
I’ve managed to get my hands on a copy of the episode of S:t Mikael guest starring Alexandra Dahlström! It aired in 1998 so it’s another blast from the past! You can find all of Alexandra’s clips here.
A special on short films aired December 21st on SVT. One segment featured interviews with Alexandra Dahlström, Alexandra “Kissie” Nilsson and Ahang Bashi. I’ve uploaded the videos and you can watch them by clicking the image below. No English subtitles available unfortunately. As usual – I recommend VLC Media Player. (Edit: Thanks to Fish for finding a better quality video!)
I present you with a little holiday treat! Here are Alexandra Dahlström’s segments from a 2004 show on SVT called Bokbussen. From what I gather, it’s a bus that goes around Sweden and surrounding areas to discuss literary works with authors and other interesting individuals. This particular episode aired December 9, 2004 and focused on literary works with religious themes. Only language available is Swedish and no English subtitles but still nice!