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Nationality
  
Swedish

Education
  
Stockholm University

Role
  
Film director


Name
  
Ella Lemhagen

Years active
  
1992–present

Siblings
  
Moa Li Lemhagen

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Full Name
  
Ella Elisabet Lemhagen

Born
  
29 August 1965 (age 58) (
1965-08-29
)
Uppsala, Sweden

Occupation
  
Film director, screenwriter

Children
  
Rumle Lemhagen Vierth, Ninia Lemhagen-Vierth

Movies
  
The Crown Jewels, Patrik - Age 15, The Boy with the Golden P, Tsatsiki - Mom and the Police, Immediate Boarding

Similar People
  
Torkel Petersson, Tom Ljungman, Annika Hallin, Max Lundgren, Amanda Davin

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Ella Elisabet Lemhagen (born 29 August 1965 in Uppsala) is a Swedish film director and screenwriter. In 2012 she received the honorary award, Gullspira, for her outstanding work in youth culture on the Guldbagge Award (the Swedish equivalent to the Academy awards).

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Early life

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Lemhagen was born in 1965 in Uppsala and went to Dramatiska Institutets director's program from 1988 to 1991. Her feature film debut was with Drömprinsen- filmen om Em in 1996.

Career

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Lemhagen's first full-length movie was Drömprinsen- filmen om Em which premiered in Swedish cinemas February 1996. It's about a young girl, Em, who one day sees her playhouse burn down. By accident her gaze meets the eyes of the one responsible for the fire whom she later runs into and a new, different friendship begins.

The movie that primarily made Ella Lemhagen known for the public is Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen. It is based on two books written by Moni Nilsson-Brännström called Tsatsiki och morsan and Tsatsiki och farsan. The movie is about an eight-year-old boy who lives with his single mom, his father lives in Greece. Tsatsiki dreams about going there and meet him. He tries to set up his mother with a police who lives in their house but she is not interested. One day Tsatsiki travels to Greece and there he meets his father for the first time.

During the beginning of the 21st century came her big break as a film director for films targeted at adults, not just adolescents. In 2008 she directed a movie called Patrik 1,5 which is about a gay couple who just moved to the suburbs where they bought a house. They are about to adopt a kid called Patrik who is one and half years old. Something goes wrong with the adoption agency and the kid they get to adopt is Patrik who is 15 years old and has a troubled background. It's about the struggle you face as a parent raising a troublesome teenager and their own struggle as a gay couple trying to live a “normal” life.

Her next planned movie is Pojken med guldbyxorna which will premiere in September 2014 on Swedish cinemas. It’s a remake of the book with the same title by Max Lundgren. It is about a boy who gets his hands on a pair of golden pants which gives him an unlimited amount of money.

Filmography

  • 2016 - All Roads Lead to Rome
  • 2014 - Pojken med guldbyxorna
  • 2011 - Kronjuvelerna
  • 2008 - Patrik, 1.5
  • 2003 - Tur & retur
  • 2003 - Järnvägshotellet
  • 2001 - Om inte
  • 1999 - Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen
  • 1997 - Välkommen till festen
  • 1996 - Drömprinsen – Filmen om Em
  • Awards and nominations

  • Gullspira 2013
  • The Starboy award for the best children's film at Oulu International Children's and Youth Film Festival in 2000 for Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen.
  • Guldbagge Award 2000 won for Best director Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen
  • Guldbagge Award 1997 nominated for Best director Drömprinsen- filmen om Em
  • Kurt Linder Scholarship 1996 for Drömprinsen- filmen om Em
  • References

    Ella Lemhagen Wikipedia


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