July 3 - 7

Welcome to a week in workshop format, where together we explore filmmaking as a storytelling practice!

History is not neutral - and neither is your telling of it. In this course you get to revisit a story about society and make an alternative personal story that breaks with the usual narrative. We work with the film camera as a tool and a documentary, personally engaged approach to storytelling. It will be fun, challenging and completely without promises about the result. Your project can be the start of a longer exploration or end when the week does. No matter what, you will leave here with new tools to work documentary together with new acquaintances.

Arrangement: The course combines lecture, individual work in a group and response discussions. You get inspiration from some of the newest movies. In group work, you work with other filmmakers who, just like you, want to challenge the way we understand our world.

Bring: Bring your own camera, equipment and computer with film editing software if you have one. There are a few loan cameras and computers with Final Cut for those who do not have their own.

Previous knowledge: You must have basic experience in filming with a film camera and editing in Final Cut Pro (or your own program). The course assumes that you can handle the technical parts of filmmaking independently. You should also have ideas for one or a couple of topics that you would like to explore.

Date: 3 - 7 July (5 days)

Language: Danish, Swedish, English

ATTENTION! The course leader's dog will be present in the film house (other premises are pet-free).


Course fee single course- SEK 550 (low-income earners SEK 350)

Course package - SEK 850 (low-income earners SEK 550)

*If you are a student, job seeker or other low-income earner, use the code NL23 when you book

Course leader: Louise Hollerup (DK)

Louise Hollerup is an independent filmmaker, originally from Denmark and now living in Gothenburg. She has a master's in visual anthropology from Aarhus and an MFA Film from HDK-Valand. Louise has made films and written articles on topics such as Nordic colonialism and female body hair. Titles include Bilder av dig (2023), Arctic Love Parade (2021) and the Hairy Stories trilogy (2016-2018).