Director: Clara Bodén

Director: Magnus Bärtås

La viande + L'amour
Director: Johanna Rubin

Director: Jonas Selberg Augustsén

The Mill & the Cross
Director: Lech Majewski

Poet of the Elephant House
Director: Anna Juhlin

The Autumn Man
Director: Jonas Selberg Augustsén

Your Mind is Bigger Than all
the Supermarkets in the World

Director: Cecila Neant Falk

Director: Clara Bodén

La favola del pennello/
The Tale of an Artist´s Brush

Director Andreas Kassel

The Tree Lover
Director: Jonas Selberg Augustsén

in the land of the cranes/
a film about Chongming Island

Director: Lisa Hagstrand

Director: Mathew Moore

I think of myself - and the left
Director: Maria Rydbrink Raud

Freedom Calf
Director: Jonas Selberg Augustsén

Director: Mårten Barkvall

Hiding behind the camera
Part 2

Director: Carl Johan De Geer

The Zone
Director: Esaias Baitel





Under produktion

In Swedish

  Sweden, 2006, 6 min, 35 mm, black/white, 1:1.85  
  Director: Mathew Moore  

An emotional, magical depiction of the frailty of existence, the transience of our lives and the speed at which the juggernaut of time races by. A journey through ourselves, a path laid out before our very eyes on a cold, desolate, wintry beach.



Oliver Moore, Pauline Moore, Adam Wilkes, Alex Burkit, Alan Barker, Janet Barker, Don Burkit, Bugs Burkit

  Director/screenplay/producer Mathew Moore  
  Cinematographer David Holme  
  Camera assistent Adam Willis  
  1:st AD Lars Åberg  
  Grip Tommy Gower  
  Art director Peter Down  
  Continuity Tonya Hall  
  Directors assistent Dan Makinder  
  Editor Bengt Andersson  
  Music Gustav Mahler
Adagietto Symfoni nr 5
Polish Radio orchestra
With permission from Naxos
  Sound & Mix Jonas Palmgren  
  Driver Pete Docker  

Produced by Neon Gods in cooperation with Bokomotiv - Freddy Olsson Film Production with support form the Swedish Film Institute.


Historia is the dramatisation of a simple yet extremely moving moment in my life. Sat one wintry day on a windswept beach contemplating (or escaping) from the world, a strange, almost otherwordly depiction of the frailty of existence was gently laid out across the beach before me. The unquestioning love and dependence of childhood, the self exploration, and fiery independence of youth, the comfort, security and companionship of middle-age and the ultimate tragedy of seperation and loss. Four steps of life. Steps that make history.

I swore that I would one day return and document this precious moment believing that filming it would in some way make concrete a paramount realisation in my life - that "time and tide wait for no man". The result is this film - Historia.

Mathew Moore