Bosse Lindquist

Bosse Lindquist



Bosse Lindquist, a Swedish film and television director, is known for his groundbreaking work in documentary films and television series. Born in 1966, Lindquist grew up in Stockholm, Sweden and was exposed to the film industry at a young age, thanks to his father, who was a director and editor.

Lindquist began his career in television in the early 1990s, directing and producing various television series. His first television series was the popular soap opera “Rederiet,” which aired from 1992-1999. His work on this series earned him the Swedish Emmy Award for Best Television Director in 1995.

In 1997, Lindquist made his feature film debut with the drama “The Last Dance.” The film was praised by critics and audiences alike, and earned Lindquist a nomination for Best Director at the Swedish Film Awards.

In the early 2000s, Lindquist shifted his focus to documentary films, becoming one of Sweden’s leading documentary filmmakers. His work in this genre includes the acclaimed films “The House of Science” (2004) and “The Way We Live” (2006). The latter film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature in 2007.

In recent years, Lindquist has returned to television, directing episodes of the popular series “Wallander” and “Borgen.” He has also directed two feature films, “A Man Called Ove” (2015) and “The Circle” (2017).

Throughout his career, Lindquist’s work has been characterized by his creative use of innovative techniques and his deep understanding of human nature. He has earned numerous awards for his work, including the Ingmar Bergman award (2004) and the Swedish Academy’s Guldbagge Award (2005).

Today, Lindquist continues to direct and produce television series and documentaries. His work has been praised for its boldness and creativity, and he remains one of the most respected directors in the Swedish film industry.

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