In 1981, Roy Andersson founded Studio 24 in Östermalm, Stockholm. Studio 24 is an independent production company of feature films, short films and commercials in addition to exhibitions, advertising campaigns and books. Studio 24 has among other things produced the Successful Freezing of Mr. Moro project for the County Council of Stockholm, which included a book and a controversial advertising campaign consisting of posters and a supplement in the Dagens Nyheter newspaper. The exhibition Sweden and the Holocaust was produced in 2006 and has been shown in 5 different cities in Sweden.
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Studio 24 Distribution

Studio 24 Distribution is a distribution company that has existed since 2002 and that mainly handles Roy Andersson’s productions. Please contact us if you are interested in making bookings or if you have questions regarding distribution or press information.

Our contact: Jane Ljung
Phone: 08–662 57 00

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Roy Andersson Biography

Born in Gothenburg in 1943. Film director, trained at the Swedish Film Institute’s Film School in Stockholm at the end of the 1960’s. Feature-length film debut in 1970 with A Swedish Love Story, followed by Giliap in 1975. After this, numerous award-winning advertising films. In 1989, the unfinished AIDS film Something Happened. In 1991 he started the Gothenburg Film Festival’s relay film project 90 minuter 90-tal with the short World of Glory. Co-editor of the anthology Successful Freezing of Mr. Moro in 1992. Contributing editor of the exhibition Sweden and the Holocaust. Honorary doctor at the University of Gothenburg. Honorary chairman of the Gothenburg International Film Festival since 2009.

With the multiple award-winning
Songs from the Second Floor, 2000, Roy returned to the feature-length film format. The next film, You, the Living, premiered at the film festival in Cannes in 2007. The final part of the trilogy, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, premiered at the 71st Venice Film Festival, where it was awarded The Golden Lion for Best Film.