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Matthew Reeve

    Matthew Reeve (b. 1979) is an American screenwriter, director and producer based in Stockholm. His debut film, the documentary Hope in Motion (2003), was nominated for an EMMY in the category ‘Best Non-Fiction Special’, and short-listed for a BAFTA in the category ‘Best Television Single Documentary’. The film and its sequel, Choosing Hope (2004), were released on DVD in 2007.

    Reeve is a graduate of the prestigious New York University MBA/MFA Dual Degree program, where he produced over a dozen short films, and wrote and directed the short film Better Days Ahead (2013). Matthew Reeve is a highly productive and versatile writer whose expertise lies in crafting original ideas and adaptations.

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    New Screenwriters – Matthew Reeve and Anna Lo Westlin

    Matthew Reeve (b. 1979) is an American screenwriter, director and producer based in Stockholm. His debut film, the documentary Hope in Motion (2003), was nominated for an Emmy in the category ‘Best Non-Fiction Special’, and short-listed for a Bafta in the category ‘Best Television Single Documentary’. The film and its sequel, Choosing Hope (2004), were released on DVD in 2007.

    Anna Lo Westlin (b.1984) is a screenwriter, director and producer based in Stockholm, Sweden. Westlin began her film career in New York as a Production Associate for Killer Films, working on movies such as I’m Not There (2007), Savage Grace (2007) and Then She Found Me (2007). She soon moved on to working as a manager of finance and later as an acquisitions executive at renowned film distribution company Magnolia Pictures. In 2014, Anna Lo received the Ingmar Bergman residency scholarship and has most recently written and directed the short drama thriller Ladies Who Lunch (2016).

    Matthew Reeve and Anna Lo Westlin write separately as well as a duo.