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Anders Weidemann

    Anders Weidemann (b.1971) is the creator and showrunner of the Emmy Award nominated TV series 30 Degrees in February. His unique writing talent paired with an extensive knowledge of the TV landscape has resulted in award-winning productions such as The Truth About Marika (Emmy Award for best interactive TV series 2008) and 30 Degrees in February (winner of a Kristallen award for ‘Best Screenplay’, nominated for an Emmy Award in 2013). One of Weidemann's latest productions ‘Monky’ quickly became the most popular family feature film which premiered 2017.

    In November 2018, CBS All Access announced that it had ordered Weidemann’s true crime series Interrogation. Weidemann is, together with John Mankiewicz (House of Cards, Bosch), creator and executive producer of the show. This makes Weidemann the first Swedish screenwriter in history to write and produce an American TV series based on his own original idea.

    On top of holding writing credits for numerous television productions and short films, Weidemann has also worked as head of drama development at Jarowskij Sweden and as story editor for SVT.

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    CBS All Access orders Anders Weidemann’s true crime series ‘Interrogation’

    CBS All Access has announced a straight-to-series order for Interrogation, an original true crime series wherein the viewer becomes the detective. The creators of the series, Anders Weidemann and John Mankiewicz (House of Cards, Bosch), will serve as executive producers alongside Fabrik Entertainment’s Henrik Bastin and Melissa Aouate.

    Interrogation is based on the true story of a young man charged with and convicted of the brutal murder of his mother. Each episode of the series is structured around an interrogation from the actual police case files. The first nine episodes of the series will be able to be viewed in any order, allowing the audience to choose their own line of inquiry as they immerse themselves in the case. The season finale will be released at a later date.

    “This non-linear approach to storytelling is that much closer to how real detectives work, carving a path through the evidence in search of the truth,” says Weidemann, who is making his mark on television history not only with this new format, but as the first Swedish screenwriter to write and produce an American TV series based on his own original idea.

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    Anders Weidemann wins the SF Bio Children’s Film Grant

    Anders Weidemann has been chosen as a recipient of this year’s SF Bio Children’s Film Grant for Monky, a moving and action-packed children’s film set to premiere in Sweden on December 22nd. The film is based on Weidemann’s original idea, and he has also written the script. The other two recipients of the grant are Patrick Ryborn and Maria Blom, producer and director of the film, respectively.

    The SF Bio Children’s Film Grant is part of SF Bio’s (Sweden’s largest cinema chain) initiative to promote Swedish children’s cinema. The grant will be handed out during BUFF, the International Children and Young People’s Film Festival, in Malmö in March, 2018.

    The jury motivates their choice of winners with the following:

    “During the process of selecting this year’s winner, there was one movie that stood out and caught the jury’s interest early on – a film that is at heart a serious original story, but at the same time has a wide audience appeal and high creative ambitions. The film is an excellent example of how an idea is born, and is made into reality through common efforts, where the result has the potential to be the big, heart-warming family film of this holiday season. The jury has therefore decided that the grant will be divided equally between three recipients. The SF Bio Children’s Film Grant of 100.000 kronor is awarded to the creative triumvirate behind the film Monky: screenwriter Anders Weidemann, producer Patrick Ryborn, and director Maria Blom.”

    Trailer premiere of Anders Weidemann’s upcoming film ‘Monky’

    The first trailer for Monky, one of this year’s most anticipated family feature films, has now been released. Starring a computer-generated monkey as its main character, Monky will premiere on December 25th, 2017. The original idea and screenplay of the film is written by Anders Weidemann.

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    Second season of ‘30 Degrees in February’ premieres February 1st

    The compelling and highly popular ten-episode drama 30 Degrees in February is back with a new season, written by Anders Wiedemann. Set in Sweden and Thailand, the second season continues to follow the well-known characters on their life-changing journey where hopes and fears collide with reality’s mix of brutality and bliss.

    The first season, which aired in 2012, had an average of 1,3 million viewers per episode. The series was awarded with a Kristallen in the category “Best TV-drama,” and actress Lotta Tejle was nominated for an international Emmy for her interpretation of one of the main characters, “Maj-Lis.”

    30 Degrees in February is created and written by Anders Weidemann, and directed by Håkan Lindhé, Andrea Östlund, and Eiliano Goessens. The series is produced by Anagram.

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    New Screenwriter - Anders Weidemann

    Anders Weidemann (b.1971) is the creator and showrunner of the Emmy Award nominated TV series 30 degrees in February. His unique writing talent paired with an extensive knowledge about the TV landscape has resulted in award winning productions, such as The truth about Marika (Emmy Award for best interactive TV series 2006) and 30 degrees in February (winner of Kristallen for best screenplay, nominated for Emmy Award 2014), among other. On top of holding writing credits for numerous television productions and short films, Weidemann has also worked as Head of drama development at Jarowskij Sweden and as Story editor for SVT.