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           B.O.Holmberg

photojournalist and filmmaker

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September 2019:

BOSNIA

Still mourning the victims of the genocide

in Srebrenica.

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Latest news: see below.


September 2019:

MALAWI

Filming in the Ngabu-region of southern Malawi





September 2019:

BLUES BEHIND BARS

Making a documentary about convicts playing in blues and rock-bands.

April 2019:

VEMORK, TELEMARK

Dronefilming high

above the historic power plant, the site for one of the most infamous saboteur attacks of WWII.

February 2019:

TROMS, NORTHERN NORWAY

Filming in Tamok valley for an upcoming documentary.

September 2018:

MOROCCO

Photographing in Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains.

August 2018:

BLUESTOWN RISING

Filming Steven Van Zandt and other artists for our blues documentary.

July 2018:

FILMING AT THE IRON WORKS

Spending the day in the heat of the iron works for our upcoming documentary - about blues.

June 2018:

DAYS IN THE ARCTIC

Working in Svalbard this week - in Ny-Ålesund, the world's northernmost community.

May 2018:

MALAWI-FILMING:

Spent the last ten days filming in different parts of Malawi.These are some of the people we met along the way.


February 2018:

SURVIVING IN ATHENS

Young refugee minors selling sex to old, Greek men to survive on the streets of the Greek capital. Filming their lives and hearing their heartbreaking stories this week. Link to the story on Norwegian TV2: https://www.tv2.no/nyheter/9674664/



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January 2018:

TROMSØ INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Inspiring and interesting workshops, great movies, amazing northern lights as we attended the international film festival in Tromsø, Northern Norway, this week.

Bottom, left: Master Class with Oscar-winning director Asif Kapadia (Amy, Senna). Bottom, right: Norwegian director Erik Poppe talking about his latest film.

November 2017:

ABOVE AND BELOW THE SURFACE

Filming on, above and below the surface of the sea these days, in the Oslofjord outside Horten, Norway.

A project aiming at mapping the world's oceans, learning more about the secrets of the deep.