Alexis Almström made his feature directorial debut with ‘Pink Cloud Syndrome’ (2015). Almström is the director of four episodes of the TV series ‘Top Dog’ which premiered on C More in 2020.
Caroline Cowan is the director of numerous acclaimed short films and TV-series. Cowan is the writer and director behind ‘Joy’ (2014) and director of the crime hit series ‘Arne Dahl: Hidden Numbers’ (2015).
Ernst De Geer
Ernst De Geer, lauded for his stylistic short films, is currently writing and directing his first full length feature, ‘Hypnosen’.
Trygve Allister Diesen
Trygve Allister Diesen is the creator, director and writer behind ‘Wisting’, Norway’s biggest-ever drama production, which premiered on Viaplay in April 2019.
Daniel Espinosa is one of the top directors in the world and the most commercially successful Swedish director of all time. Espinosa is primarily known for ‘Easy Money’ (2010), ‘Safe House’ (2012) and ‘Life’ (2017).
Ganslandt is one of the most fearless voices in Scandinavian filmmaking, known for ‘Falkenberg Farewell’ (2006) and ‘438 Days’ (2019). Ganslandt is director of the acclaimed Netflix original series ‘Snabba Cash’ (2021).
Director, producer and screenwriter Abbe Hassan is the producer behind the critically acclaimed feature film ‘A Hustler’s Diary’ (2017). He is also director of ‘A Hustler’s Diary – The Series’ which premiered in 2020.
Sara Johnsen is one of Scandinavia’s most distinguished directors and writers. Johnsen is creator and writer of the lauded TV series ‘22 July’ which premiered early 2020.
Norway’s most sought-after and edgy screenwriter and director. Karlsen is the name behind several highly successful and celebrated Norwegian TV series, including ‘Dag’ (2010-2015), ‘One Night’ (2017) and ‘Exit’ (2019).
Frida Kempff, Swedish director and screenwriter, first made a splash on the film scene with her 2009 documentary short, ‘Bathing Micky.’ The title won several international awards, including the Prix du Jury at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.
Niclas Larsson is one of the top commercial directors in the world. Larsson is on the road towards carving a strong career as a multidisciplinary storyteller, and is currently working on multiple projects of varying formats.
Norwegian screenwriter and director Magnus Martens made his feature breakthrough with the slick comedy thriller ‘Jackpot’ (2011) and has directed multiple episodes for some of the biggest TV shows in the US.
Kristoffer Metcalfe is with his extensive experience from the film and TV industry perhaps most known as creator, writer and director of the highly successful TV series ‘Twin’ (2019).
Gustav Möller has quickly become a highly sought-after name in Europe and the US. Writer/director of the highly successful psychological thriller ‘The Guilty’ (2018).
Film director, producer, artist, writer and animator Johannes Nyholm is regarded as one of the most original and intriguing filmmakers of his generation in Scandinavia.
Bobbie Peers made his mark on Norwegian film history in 2006, when he won a Palme d’Or for his short film ‘Sniffer’. His latest short film ‘To Plant a Flag’ starring Jason Schwartzman and Jake Johnson premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival 2018.
Tarik Saleh is the director of the renowned ‘The Nile Hilton Incident’ (2017), for which he won numerous awards including the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and Best Film at the Guldbagge Awards.
Daniel Sawka is a writer/director with international experience, working on projects in both the US and in Sweden. Known for the HBO film ‘Icebox’ which premiered in 2018 to critical acclaim.
Pål Sletaune is one of Norway’s leading writers and directors. Sletaune has gained great creative and commercial success both with his feature films and drama series. He is creator and director of the lauded TV series ‘22 July’ which premiered early 2020.
Jakob Ström is the creator of the successful comedy ‘Torpederna’ (2014), praised by viewers and critics alike. Director of the awarded ‘Dear Daddy’ that went viral in 2015.
Academy Award nominee Selma Vilhunen has rapidly gained international success with her feature films, shorts and documentaries. Her acclaimed fiction feature debut ‘Little Wing’ (2016) was awarded the Nordic Council Film Prize.
Zubak made his feature film debut with ‘Dreams’ (2009) and is the director and co-writer of the critically acclaimed ‘A Hustler’s Diary’ (2017).