Lisa Siwe

 

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Lisa Christina Siwe is an award-winning Swedish director from Tynnered, Gothenburg. She studied directing at Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm and graduated in 1999. As part of her studies there, Siwe directed the 30-minute short film Födelsedagar och andra katastrofer. It was well received and won her many awards, both in and outside of Sweden. As a result, she was able to get a job at the production studio Madstone Pictures in New York City. Siwe was hired along with three other directors, and the studio's plan was that each of them would direct their own film. However, only one of them was able to follow through because he had already begun working on his project before he got the job at Madstone. Although she felt that she learned a lot while working at the studio, Siwe decided to return to Sweden to further her career. After reading the 2003 novel I taket lyser stjärnorna one night, Siwe received the idea to adapt it into a film

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Lisa Siwe

Born 1968-08-17 (52 years ago) in Tynnered.

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Lisa Christina Siwe is an award-winning Swedish director from Tynnered, Gothenburg.

She studied directing at Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm and graduated in 1999. As part of her studies there, Siwe directed the 30-minute short film Födelsedagar och andra katastrofer. It was well received and won her many awards, both in and outside of Sweden. As a result, she was able to get a job at the production studio Madstone Pictures in New York City. Siwe was hired along with three other directors, and the studio's plan was that each of them would direct their own film. However, only one of them was able to follow through because he had already begun working on his project before he got the job at Madstone. Although she felt that she learned a lot while working at the studio, Siwe decided to return to Sweden to further her career.

After reading the 2003 novel I taket lyser stjärnorna one night, Siwe received the idea to adapt it into a film. She approached Linn Gottfridsson, a friend she met at Dramatiska Institutet, about the idea. They eventually decided the Siwe should direct the film and Gottfridsson should write it.

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