Anders Engström


Anders Engström (1963- ) graduated from the London International film School in 1987. After directing several short films, including Flaggstölden in 1988, for which he was awarded The Finnish State Film Prize, Engström made his breakthrough with the TV series Småstadberättelser (1994), comprised of four different stories. The series was produced by Jörn Donner and was awarded The Finnish State Quality Prize in 1994, and nominated for Prix Italia that same year. The series was written by Gerald Wilson. Angstrom then directed a few high-profile series, such as Anna Holt - polis (1996) (for which he was awarded the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet's TV-prize in 1997) and the thriller Insider (1999). Working with his own production company, Engström produced and directed the mini-series Lusthusberättelser (Stories From A Gazebo) for which he was awarded the Topelius Prize (Finland).In 1999 Engström directed his first English-language production, the German-Australian co-production

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