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Arriving at the Mill valley film festival!

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Finally I have arrived at the mil, valley film festival registration center at the heart of San Rafael (on the other side of the Golden Gate bridge in SF). It’s a very nice registration center with buffet and mingling with journalists and other film folks. The program for the festival is also very goo, but I was amazed how few animation films they were showing! More more! Today I am…

Pig at Cinefiesta 2011

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The Christmas Piggy is playing today at the Cinefiesta Filmfestival in Puerto Rico. I sooo wish I could be there. For once there is a festival with great weather! But me and my family are on vacation and the price of the planeticket was a killer I could not find any founding for. But I hope the Pig can “speak” for it self and win the whole contest. Im of…

I am working on the script for the sequel pig

The last week I have been working on “Piggy” at A-film, my new short film. It is a spin off from the graduation film. This one is longer tough, about 30 minutes, and will focus more on the pig as a character and his journey to understanding what Christmas is all about. I am still working on the script. Been doing so the last year actually (these things take time)….

The pig is going to Italy!

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The Pig is moving around again. Now it is playing at the Melzo Film Festival from 5-9 July outside Milano. I am very excited about the screening becouse they have made a brand new 4K DCP screener to show it in full Cinemascope format! I think it will look great like that and I hope as many as possible can go and see it.

Shanghai over the weekend!

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I did I crazy visit to Shanghai in China this weekend and attended the award cermony for MOBIL Siff, where the Christmas Piggy was in the run up for an award.  The festival is a mobil filmfestival!? I didn’t know what that ment at first,but i figured out that China Mobile is presenting the films to a 100 miljon clients that can watch them for a charge. The award cermony was a…