Produced by Sparkfilm for Sweden, Belgium and German, Sthlm Requiem is a stylish and dark series following the unconventional criminologist Fredrika Bergman and her investigative group.
Release Date: October, 2018
Running Time: 90 mins
Director Lisa Ohlin
The epic and grand story of a young boy with a hidden identity , during the second WW in Sweden. Based on a best selling book. Read the reviews ›
Release Date: December 9, 2011 (Sweden)
Running Time: 122 min
Simon and the Oaks
NYT Critic’s Pick
Directed by Lisa Ohlin
By David Dewitt
Oct. 11, 2012
With its exhilarating World War II narrative and performances that touch notes intimate and grand, “Simon and the Oaks” has an exquisite, and epic, ache.
Read the full review: Two Families Become One in World War II, by David DeWitt
Simon and the Oaks
Los Angeles Times Film Critic
‘Simon and the Oaks’ an emotional wartime journey
By Kenneth Turan
Oct. 18, 2012
“Simon and the Oaks” is a two-hour theatrical feature that has the kind of emotional and storytelling reach regularly found these days only in cable TV miniseries. It’s a warmly done family and personal drama that seems to cover familiar territory, but only up to a point and very much in its own way.
But “Simon” didn’t get to be a major success at the Swedish box office and the recipient of a record 13 nominations for the Guldbagge Awards, Sweden’s Oscars, by being strictly business as usual.
Rather, as directed by Lisa Ohlin from a script by Marnie Blok, “Simon” provides unexpected textures and twists for its story, and supplies so many dramatic situations and scenes that by the time it’s over we feel we’ve lived through it along with its characters. The emotion is plentiful here, but the film rarely hits situations harder than it should, thanks in part to expert acting that resulted in three Guldbagge nominations and two victories.
Read the full review: ‘Simon and the Oaks’ an emotional wartime journey By Kenneth Turan
Beck – Den förlorade sonen
Beck – Döden i Samarra (2021)
Developed Idea, Director
Thomas returns from the war in Afghanistan as a double amputee. In the hospital, he meets Sofie, a ballet dancer. Contrary to his beliefs, she turns out to be the fighter that challenges him to walk again.
Release Date: April 7, 2016 (Denmark)
Running Time: –
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Director and Co-writer
Krister Henriksson in a tale about two brothers fighting for the truth about their past, before it’s too late. Based on a short story.
Release Date: September 11, 1998 (Sweden)
Running Time: 97 min
Frederik longs to be a father and have children of his own. In order to adopt a child, he fakes a marriage but falls in love with his adoption agent. Original story.
Release Date: September 5, 2003
Running Time: 93 min
Director and writer
Krister Henriksson stars as a famous talk show host returning home to his dark past, where he meets his childhood sweetheart. Original story.
Release Date: August 5, 2005
Co-writer and Director
A four-part mini-series created for SVT Drama (Swedish National Television).
Set in the 1970’s, two teenage girls crave more from life than choosing the right color lipstick and chasing boyfriends.
Release Date: November 4, 1995
Running Time: 4 x 28m
A two-part mini-series created for SVT (Swedish National TV).
On the surface, Herman and Fanny have a perfect marriage. Until the police are at the door. Herman is suspected of aggravated tax fraud.
Release Date: March 5, 2002 (Sweden)
Running Time: 2 x 52m
Director and additional scriptwriter
The last episode of the series, where Krister Henriksson and I again team up to portray Kurt Wallander’s sad farewell to his long career as a detective. Original story based on the character Wallander.
Release Date: June 21, 2014
Running Time: 90 mins
Headwriter and Director
A four-part mini-series created for SVT (Swedish National Television) about a housewife and stripper who hate each other but team up to open a cleaning service when the cash flow is low.
Release Date: November 28, 2005
Running Time: 4 x 58m