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Weekend in Malmö

This weekend was spent in Malmö with my BFF, king Louie. I took her and friends to the world premiere of my short film The Support Group. And she took me to my first ever queer prom. It was so FAB! 
 
A few picks from the weekend:
 
Suit up for christ's sake!
 
Me & Louie just came to take over the party haha!
Everybody were getting themselves ready at Lo's place.
Cat life!
Ready to slay at prom!
But first, let me just play the god father for a sec. 
and let us take a selfie...
Ok guys, we're here and we're QUEER! #slayin
 
And yeah, we ate waffles - that's kind of my thing now. I've been eating waffles, not once a year, but twice a month since march!! That's a big deal for me. Because I love waffles.. Btw, doesn't Louie look like Marie from Roxette?
 
Yumm!
LOPPIS aka Garden sale? Either way, we said we wouldn't buy anything - yet we did anyways...
One word: INSANE!
One sentence: Ben & Jerry WHO?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

World premiere for The Support Group

Okay, so I haven't updated lately, so you probably don't know that I'm a director now. My second short film "The support group", which is shortly put about sisterhood the contemporary rape culture in society, had its WORLD PREMIERE at the International Female Film Festival Malmö tonight! And I obviously had to bring my BFF <3
 
At the Q&A talking about the film.
Oh and Thank you Feministsmeden for this powerful necklace "Rita", which I wore at the premiere.
How cool is this?

Cine-magician Award

I just recieved the greatest honor a filmmaker can only dream of at Sweden's Short Film Festival for my film Vägen hem / The way home - The "Cine-Magician Award" - which is awarded to the most promising filmmaker! Wow!! I was SO nervous when they called out my name, I was shaking so much I thought I'd fall off the stage any second. I don't even know what I said up there, I was in shock haha! Thank you so much for this amazing award and boost, and thank you to everyone who have been a part of this journey and who helped me bring my first ever short film to life!!

I never expected to win anything, I just wanted people to see the film and to provoke a discussion in a time where no one wants to see the reality of so many peoples misery. The truth is, we're living in dark times, where the greatest humanitarian crisis since world war II is a fact - let's show solidarity and humanity! Refugees Welcome! <3
 
With Matilda (actress) me (director, writer, producer & actress in this film), Isabella (editor & and Co post-producer)
 
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