The Writer-10 chapters with
Joyce Carol Oates (Working title)
Documentary by Stig Björkman about one of the
world’s greatest living writers; Joyce Carol Oates.
Filmed by Albin Biblom, Produced by Stina Gardell,
Mantaray Film. In Production. LINK
Hur hamnade jag här?
Nine short films about what we may think
of at work. Directed and filmed by Albin Biblom
while working in-house at Swedish Television, 2017. WATCH
Documentary by Åsa Sandzén about comic artists,
and comics as art. Filmed by Albin Biblom, additional camera Jonas Rudström, Majaq Julén, edited by Nils Nouchi. Produced by Sisyfos Film 2018.
Documentary by Richard Dinter about two brothers on
a roadtrip to Croatia. Camera Albin Biblom, produced by Alphaville AB. 67min, 2017. WATCH
Short film by Åsa Sandzén combining animations
and filmed footage. Produced by Medusa Productions. Animated documentary, 10min. Swedish Guldbagge award for best short 2015. WATCH
Documentary about a poem by Willy Granquist, directed by Richard Dinter. Filmed by Albin Biblom, edited by Eva Hillström with music by Cicely Irvine.
Zvonko Produktion, 2016. WATCH
Love During Wartime
Documentary by Gabriella Bier, shot in Palestine, Israel, Austria and Germany. Camera Albin Biblom, produced by Story AB, 92min, 2012. LINK
Documentary directed and filmed by Mia Engberg. Additional camera Ewa Cederstam, Albin Biblom
and Åsa Sandzén. Produced by Story AB, 2013. LINK
Babels Torn på Bobi Bar
Documentary by Gabriella Bier, filmed in Copenhagen, Denmark. Camera Albin Biblom, produced by Story AB. 29min, 2013.
Resenärerna is based on a play by Magnus Dahlerus
and Chatarina Oldermark. Directed by Magnus
Dahlerus and filmed by Albin Biblom. Produced by
Lotte Sederholm/FUB Uppsala, 30min, 2013. LINK
At Night I Fly
Documentary by Michel Wenzer, filmed in New Folsom Prison, CA, USA. Camera Albin Biblom and Eric Börjesson. Produced by Story AB, 92min. Swedish Guldbagge Award for best documentary 2012.
Three Poems by Spoon Jackson
Short films directed by Michel Wenzer, filmed in CA, USA. Camera Albin Biblom, S-8mm, 14min, 2003.