Producers, Annika Rogell & Tobias Janson, Story (Sweden)
Annika Rogell and Tobias Janson form the producer team of Concerning Violence.
Annika Rogell is a graduate from the leading Film School in Sweden, the Dramatic Institute, with a BA in Film Production. She was the producer of The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975, which sold to 30 territories, including a 42-city theatrical release in the USA. Rogell has also worked at other leading film production companies in Sweden and has produced several award winning shorts.
Tobias Janson has been the CEO and producer at Story since January 2009. His recent films include Belleville Baby (2013, International Premiere at Berlinale Panorama, Tempo Documentary Award 2013 for Best Swedish Documentary and the International Documentary Award at the 2013 DocuFest in Kosovo), After You (2013, Awarded for Best Nordic Documentary at the 2013 Copenhagen DOX), At Night I Fly, (2011, Best Documentary, Swedish Film Awards, Special Jury Award nomination, Sheffield Doc/Fest), Love During Wartime (2010, World Documentary Competition, Tribeca), Facing Genocide (2010) and The Black Power Mixtape (2011).
Co-Producer, Joslyn Barnes, Louverture Films (US)
Joslyn Barnes is a writer and producer. Among the films Barnes has executive produced or produced since co-founding Louverture Films are the César-nominated Bamako, Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner and Oscar® and Emmy® nominated Trouble the Water, Bollywood thriller Dum Maaro Dum, the award-winning The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975, and the Oscar® shortlisted, 2012 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner The House I Live In. She associate produced Elia Suleiman’s The Time That Remains, and the 2010 Cannes Palme d’Or winner Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives by Apichatpong Weerasethakul.
Editor, Michael Aaglund
Michael Aaglund was educated at the National Film and Television School. Prior credits include the Camera d’Or nominated For Those in Peril (Paul Wright, 2013) and Berlinale Peace Prize winner A World Not Ours (Mahdi Fleifel, 2012).
Editor, Dino Jonsäter
Dino Jonsäter, is one of Sweden’s most prominent film editors with credits that include BAFTAnominated Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Let the Right One In.Art Director, Stefania Malmsten Stefania Malmsten is an art director and a graphic designer with clients in the fields of art, fashion and film. Prior films include director Göran Hugo Olsson’s The Black Power Mixtape and Am I Black Enough For You. She was one of the founders of Pop and Bibel magazines in Sweden and is a former art director at Vogue Hommes International in Paris. Stefania Malmsten received The Berling Prize, Sweden’s most prestigious graphic design-prize, in 2006. Her most recent collaboration was with Wolfgang Tillmans and The Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm.