KEEP ME SAFE & MAZDA FESTIVAL UPDATES

Before summer it was official that documentary short film Keep Me Safe was nominated for a Student Doc Award at the 2015 edition of the Sheffield Doc/Fest and Official Selection and Mo&Friese Children Short Film Festival in Hamburg.

The festivals took place in June 2015 and Keep Me Safe was represented at Sheffield by director Ellen Fiske, producer Stefan Henriksson and director of cinematography Pia Lehto.

Latest news is that the Swedish Film Festival Gold-winner Mazda has been selected to Nordisk Panorama in Malmö, Sweden in September. Mazda is the directoral debut of Alexis Almström and was produced by graduated producing majors Stefan Henriksson and Markus Waltå at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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MAZDA WINS GOLD AT SWEDEN'S SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2015

Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts film "Mazda" produced by Stefan Henriksson & Markus Waltå, directed and written by Alexis Almström won Gold at the Student Film Section at Sweden's Short Film Festival, that was hosted at Bio Rio on April 10-12th.

Actress Evin Ahmad was awarded with "Best Actress in a Leding Role" for her portrayal as Sara in Mazda. Photo by Karin Stenwall. 2015. All Rights Reserved.

Actress Evin Ahmad was awarded with "Best Actress in a Leding Role" for her portrayal as Sara in Mazda. Photo by Karin Stenwall. 2015. All Rights Reserved.

Mazda won 5 awards at the ceremony, Best Cinematography - Karin Stenwall, Best Editing - Joel Rayner, Best Actress in a Leading Role - Evin Ahmad, Best Screenplay - Alexis Almström and Gold, for Best Student Short Film 2015.

The film was also invited for a seminar on culture in film where director Alexis Almström, actor Gael Kinsungila and producer Stefan Henriksson participated in.

Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts was also mentioned as Film School of the Year and other awards included Silver Award for Catwalk (J. Lind, E. Jones), Actress Honorable Mention,  Freddie Mosten-Jacob for Catwalk, Bronze Award for "Every other week" (V. Öhnedal), Best Directing - Anette Gunnarsson for Every Other Week and Best Music - Katharina Nuthall for "Lakshmi" and Best Sound - Mikael Månsson for "Lakshmi".

KEEP ME SAFE IN COMPETITION AT TEMPO DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL

The short documentary film Keep Me Safe is nominated in the Short Doc Award category at the 2015 edition of the Tempo Documentary Festival. The film is to be screened on Friday 20:40 at Bio Rio, Stockholm.

The film is a short film about three girls staying at the The Good Sheperd- youth facility in Bishopton, Scotland. The film is directed by Ellen Fiske and Joanna Karlberg.

For tickets and information about the event, please visit Tempo Festival Official Page