The Italian film company The Family from Milano went hiking all around Europe to shoot some typical european cities, and Stockholm was one of them.
In Stockholm the team fell for the beauty of Old town (Gamla Stan), a complete preserved city from 14th-19th century. I love that area! Locationfinder.se helped the team to find their ways around the narrow alleys. Soon at a theater near you! See you soon!
Swedish popstar up side down
The year of 2016 started out really well with big international clients such as Coca Cola, Youtube and Mutti (crushed tomatoes)
Recently Locationfinder.se helped the german film production company Studio 71 to set a scene at the famous Restaurant Ljunggren in Stockholm. A secret Swedish singer celebrity was in the scene drinking Coca Cola up side down, together with a Swedish so called Youtuber (a most likely young person who has on his/her own managed to become a famous name thanks to funny films he/she has made on youtube). The filming in Stockholm inner city went well, but there are always a bit troublesome to shot in the city. Cars blow their horns, cleaning machines sounds loud etc.
Hans Rosling at Östermalmshallen!
Just before Christmas, Location Finder was given an assignment by the Bill Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA.
Hans Rosling explains the world health situation on their behalf in a short information film to be sent out in
conjunction with Bill Gates's annual letter, which goes out to 3 million readers. I’ve worked with the Americans
a few times before, but on a smaller scale. This time we filmed at Östermalmshallen in central Stockholm, which
of course was swarming with people because of the Christmas rush, but it went just fine in the end!
Important information film!
Some locations are more fun and relevant to arrange than others. Since I have a daughter this information
film feels very relevant to my own life. Location Finder was not involved in the actual shooting but arranged
locations for this movie, which was filmed in Stockholm.
Against online hate among young people
In a greyish October, I received an assignment from Honesty to arrange locations for an exciting and unusual
film. Halebop wanted to strike a blow against cyberbullying - especially among young people.
The result was this thoughtful and, actually, fun information film.