UFO SWEDEN

SF Film
Crazy Pictures got the idea for the film as they learned about the existing association "UFO-Sweden" that investigates mysterious phenomena and manages the world’s largest UFO archive, Archives for the unexplained in the small town of Norrköping, Sweden. The film tells the story about a teenage rebel placed in foster care, who suspects that her father is not dead, but has been kidnapped by UFOs. With the help of a UFO association, she is determined to find out the truth.

From Crazy Pictures and SF Studios comes the new feature film, UFO SWEDEN. The acclaimed Swedish film collective Crazy Pictures' first feature film “The Unthinkable” was a great success both in Sweden and the rest of the world when it premiered in 2018. UFO SWEDEN is expected to premiere locally in December 2022. The film collective describes UFO SWEDEN as the love child between "The X-Files" and "Stranger Things", placed in a small town in Sweden.

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UFO SWEDEN

Title UFO SWEDEN

Original title UFO SWEDEN

Director Crazy Pictures

Country Sweden

Production year 2021

Film status Production

Original language Swedish

Cast Inez Dahl Torhaug, Jesper Barkselius, Eva Melander, Joakim Sällquist, Niklas Kvarnbo Jönsson, Isabelle Kyed, Mathias Lithner, Håkan Ehn

Script Jimmy Nivrén Olsson, Crazy Pictures

Producer Crazy Pictures

Executive producer Emil Wiklund

Production company Crazy Pictures

Broadcaster/platform Cinema

Release 2022 Dec, 25

Duration Approx. 115 min

Crazy Pictures got the idea for the film as they learned about the existing association "UFO-Sweden" that investigates mysterious phenomena and manages the world’s largest UFO archive, Archives for the unexplained in the small town of Norrköping, Sweden. The film tells the story about a teenage rebel placed in foster care, who suspects that her father is not dead, but has been kidnapped by UFOs. With the help of a UFO association, she is determined to find out the truth. From Crazy Pictures and SF Studios comes the new feature film, UFO SWEDEN. The acclaimed Swedish film collective Crazy Pictures' first feature film “The Unthinkable” was a great success both in Sweden and the rest of the world when it premiered in 2018. UFO SWEDEN is expected to premiere locally in December 2022. The film collective describes UFO SWEDEN as the love child between "The X-Files" and "Stranger Things", placed in a small town in Sweden. Crazy Pictures got the idea for the film as they learned about the existing association "UFO-Sweden" that investigates mysterious phenomena and manages the world’s largest UFO archive, Archives for the unexplained in the small town of Norrköping, Sweden. The film tells the story about a teenage rebel placed in foster care, who suspects that her father is not dead, but has been kidnapped by UFOs. With the help of a UFO association, she is determined to find out the truth. From Crazy Pictures and SF Studios comes the new feature film, UFO SWEDEN. The acclaimed Swedish film collective Crazy Pictures' first feature film “The Unthinkable” was a great success both in Sweden and the rest of the world when it premiered in 2018. UFO SWEDEN is expected to premiere locally in December 2022. The film collective describes UFO SWEDEN as the love child between "The X-Files" and "Stranger Things", placed in a small town in Sweden.


Title UFO SWEDEN

Original title UFO SWEDEN

Director Crazy Pictures

Country Sweden

Production year 2021

Film status Production

Original language Swedish

Cast Inez Dahl Torhaug, Jesper Barkselius, Eva Melander, Joakim Sällquist, Niklas Kvarnbo Jönsson, Isabelle Kyed, Mathias Lithner, Håkan Ehn

Script Jimmy Nivrén Olsson, Crazy Pictures

Producer Crazy Pictures

Executive producer Emil Wiklund

Production company Crazy Pictures

Broadcaster/platform Cinema

Release Q1 2023

Duration Approx. 115 min

Genre Sci-fi Adventure






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