Visit the Future: Countryside

Here my second film for the Swedish platform Visit the Future! They work with environmentally and socially sustainable development of tourism in Sweden, as well as the future success of the business. I make documentations of their think tanks and it is truly great and interesting work!

This film focuses on the challenges of sustainable tourism business on the countryside in Sweden, with focus on social sustainability. Please note, the film is in Swedish!

 

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Visit the Future: Sustainable transportation

Lately I have started making films for the Swedish platform Visit the Future. They work with environmentally and socially sustainable development of tourism in Sweden, as well as the future success of the business. I make documentations of their think tanks and it is truly great, interesting work! Here the first film – please note, the film is in Swedish.

5 years celebration of World Public Forum short documentary

Around this time 5 years ago, I was finished with organizing about the first half of the interviews that are in this film about the 10th anniversary of the amazing World Public Forum – Dialogue of Civilizations. It was a great pleasure and honor to make it!

World Public Forum – Dialogue of Civilizations was the first to predict the financial crisis of 2008, years before anyone else. The thing that impressed me the most, is that they did so with heart, soul and a clear idea of the path of deep transformation that society needs.

The first clip below is a trailer, the second is the film. I can recommend watching it, it is full of interesting people, point of views and ideas. This first film that I made about the forum introduces their thoughts and their philosophy. It is a joy to watch and take it in, since many of the visitors of this forum are influential in their own right. At the same time you hear from people and countries that are not often heard from in main stream media.

The third film below is from the forum the year after. It is quite revolutionary in its statements and content, and I can highly recommend it.

The films are simple documentations of a conference, but particularly the second one almost feels like a low budget documentary. With both films I can almost guarantee that you will feel inspired and more knowledgeable after watching.