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Erik Bafving

Erik Bäfving

Sweden

Biography

Erik Bäfving was born in 1973 in Malmo, Sweden. He has been working as a director and editor since 1996. In 2002 his short film Boogie Woogie Daddy recieved several international awards and was nominated for a Guldbagge (the annual Swedish film prize) for best documentary. The film was followed by Get busy, a documentary for cinema, also nominated for a Guldbagge for best documentary. In addition to directing documentaries he is working as a narrative consultant and editor for both documentary and feature films. The film Inbetweener (2011) is a stand alone sequel to Boogie Woogie Daddy.

Filmography:

Mordet på en tidning (50´, Sweden, 2000)
Boogie Woogie Daddy/ Boogie Woogie Pappa (13´, Sweden. 2002)
Gå loss (Sweden, 2004)
Inbetweener/ Dagar emellan (15´, Sweden, 2011)

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Boogie Woogie Daddy

Boogie Woogie Daddy (Orig.) / 2002 / Sweden / 12 min

I remember him as two dads. One was with us and played the piano, drew, sang, made people laugh. But there was another dad as well. Who found it hard to look people in the eyes. Who was scared of something. Erik Bäfving

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Inbetweener

Inbetweener (Orig.) / 2011 / Sweden / 14 min

A film about a teenage boy, his father’s suicide and the emotional vacuum that occurred after wards...

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