Here are just a few of the things I have got going on at the moment. But there is always room for more.
Short film: En Kyss (A Kiss)
A philematologist who’s never been kissed hires an escort to put theory into practice – but that’s the one thing she won’t do.
Radio play: Mellan ljus och mörker (Glowing in the Dark)
A coming-of-age radio play about validation and love for girls aged 15 to 19.
Logline: Selfish Em is sent to stay with her gran while she works on a critical school essay. Bored, she discovers an unfinished book and gets caught up in the love story. When she realises the story is her gran’s, Em does everything she can to help her find a happy ending.
Screenplay: Den Sista Kakan (The Last Cake)
A short about grief, hate and revenge. What happens when you can’t talk about your feelings? Even with your beloved big brother. For children over 9.
Logline: Nine-year-old Sara is afraid of the dark and dreams of killing the carpet salesman who ran over her mum. When her dad announces they are moving abroad she knows it’s now or never. Can she go through with it?
Children’s book: Semla
A story about loving a sister more than anyone else and having parents who don’t tell you the truth. Happy-go-lucky Semla finds out her big sister Bea is moving away from home and hatches a plan to stop her going. And yet, inevitably, the day comes when Bea leaves.