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Carl Svensson is a Swedish film director who makes fiction and internationally acclaimed documentaries living in Stockholm.

Carl Svensson was born in 1973 outside Lund, Skåne.

He started working as an assistant director in theater at Gothenburg City Theater, among other places, and then moved to Stockholm to work for the commercial film company Atmosfär.

During this time, Svensson directed several short feature films and documentaries. The breakthrough came with the film "Pappa Parkinson" and he then came to work with several audience and critically acclaimed programs on TV.

The first feature film is the documentary "The Swedish Silence" which premiered in 2018.

In the past year, Svensson is returning to fiction and working as a second unit director for a couple of different TV dramas and develops script ideas for TV and film.

Carl Svensson

Photo © Gaute Gunnari

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