THE SCHOOL





WE WANT

…to give our students basic knowledge in film production and storytelling in the fields of script writing, directing, cinematography, sound, editing and production.

WE WANT

…our students to be able to work with film production, and that they have the necessary foundations to apply to a higher education, such as the Stockholm University of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Applied and Performing Arts at the Gothenburg University, or other similar higher education abroad.

WE WANT

…our students to get an understanding of the film industry and acquire contacts therein through regular lectures and scheduled internships with established companies and institutions. The students should also have an understanding of the different elements of filmmaking, which makes the student an attractive coworker for production companies and industry associations.


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ABOUT THE SCHOOL



Stockholm Film School is a dedicated education that focuses entirely on practical filmmaking. We offer a longer basic education and several short courses within specific areas of use.

As the Stockholm Film School is run by an independent association, it is the association members that shape the school and the education.

We are proud of the student influence and our students have representatives on the board meetings. Together with the association and the students we develop the school we want to have today and in the future.



Stockholm Film School has a long experience of professional filmmaking and teaching. Our model is to attach great importance to storytelling within all disciplines, and that our students get a good education in script writing, directing, cinematography, editing, sound and production.

We are proud of all our students, many of whom work successfully both in Sweden and internationally, and we are confident that our model has an important part in this!


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MARCELO RACANA

MARCELO RACANA

Manager of the school and Artistic Director

Educated as a film director at the Dramatic Institute. Since then worked as a director for over 25 years (TV series, short films, TV featurettes and documentaries). Active also as a scriptwriter. Has taught directing and film at Berghs School of Communication, Kalix Folkhögskola, Kulturama and Folkuniversitetet.


EMMA MILDER

EMMA MILDER

Administration & communication

Has worked within administration at small and large companies periodically since 2006. Educated as a still photographer at Kulturama in Stockholm, and specialized in photojournalism at Escuela ARGRA in Buenos Aires. Freelanced primarily in journalistic photography since in 2013.


ULF ANEER

ULF ANEER

Teacher cinematography/Technical manager

Educated at the Dramatic Institute 86-89. Freelancing Director of Photography, underwater photographer and teacher of cinematography. Usually films information films, commercials, art film and short film. Has experience in everything from Super8 to 70mm film. Former documentary still photographer.


CHARLOTTA TENGROTH

CHARLOTTA TENGROTH

Teacher cinematography/Technical manager

Educated at Stockholm Film School and the Dramatic Institute. Student of the Stockholm Film School 1993-1995. Works with both fiction and documentary. Cinematographer of award-winning films like The Sound of Noise (2010), Quiet Game (2011), Viktor and his Brothers (2002) and Music for One Apartment and Six Drummers (2001) and the documentaries The Wild Ones (2012) and the upcoming En Svensk Tiger. Member of the board of the Swedish Society of Cinematographers.

ADEL KJELLSTRÖM

ADEL KJELLSTRÖM

Teacher Production and Sound

Sound engineer, producer, etc. Born in Helsingborg. Dramatic Institute’s audio program 1982-1985. Produced award-winning films such as El Médico-The Cubaton Story (2011), A Good Day (2005), Never an Absolution (2005) and Dysmorpho (2004). Worked as a sound engineer at the movies At Point Blank (2004), Adam & Eva (1997), The Hunters (1996), and All Things Fair (2005).

ALEXANDER MOBERG

ALEXANDER MOBERG

Teacher Film Direction

Director, educated at the Dramatic Institute’s film line 1982-85.
TV shows, movies, theater, show, musical. Teacher assignments, workshops, lectures, coaching.

KATARINA BERGMAN

KATARINA BERGMAN

Teacher Film Analysis

Lecturer who has worked with film analysis and screenwriting since 1994. BA. from Uppsala University and Master of Arts from the University of Pittsburgh.

GUNNAR SVENSÉN

GUNNAR SVENSÉN

Teacher Scriptwriting

Screenwriter and script editor who has written for drama, entertainment and humor for over twenty years. Latest including Andra Avenyn, Robins, Halvvägs till Himlen and Tiffany Persson. Gunnar is also working with development of software and as a scripts coach, especially for SVT.

ROLAND STERNER

ROLAND STERNER

Teacher Imagery and Storytelling

Has worked with film since 1967, first as cameraman during the 70’s, then as director of photography on films such as Children’s Island, Varning för Jönssonligan, Moa and Vinterviken, and corporate films and commercials. Has written articles on film technology, cinematographers and animation for the National Encyclopedia. Film technical officer and film archivist at the Dramatic Institute from 1996 to 2010. Read more on IMDB.

PER ANDERS RING

PER ANDERS RING

Guest lecturer Direction

Director and scriptwriter, educated at the Polish National Film School in Łódź. Has directed films such as Coffee in Gdańsk (2010), Keep (2006) and Conversation about Evert (2003).

PER HANEFJORD

PER HANEFJORD

Guest lecturer Direction

Educated at the Dramatic Institute’s direction line 2005-2008. Among other films he has directed A Good Day (2005) and The Hidden Child (2013). Hanefjords graduation film Elkland (2008) was awarded with a Student Oscar.

OLOF LETH

OLOF LETH

Guest lecturer Direction

Graduated from the Stockholm Film School in 2008, and the Dramatic Institute’s direction line in 2012. Has, among other works, directed the film Player (2012) and the TV-series Boys (2015).



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PRACTICAL FILM EDUCATION