Jimmy Olsson’s ALIVE highlights the crucial subject of disability intimacy and loneliness Jimmy Olsson’s ALIVE highlights the crucial subject of disability intimacy and loneliness
Winner of the Oscar qualifying Best Short Film Award at Huesca International Film Festival , Inclus in Barcelona, Festival de Cine de Zaragoza and... Jimmy Olsson’s ALIVE highlights the crucial subject of disability intimacy and loneliness

Winner of the Oscar qualifying Best Short Film Award at Huesca International Film Festival , Inclus in Barcelona, Festival de Cine de Zaragoza and a GrandPrix Award at Russian International Film Festival

Director Jimmy Olsson’s ALIVE highlights the basic human need of intimacy. This topical live-action short film premiered at Cleveland International Film Festival and went on to win the Best Short Film award at Huesca, the Best Actress Award at Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia and many more.

After attending film school director Jimmy Olsson began his career in 2005, he then worked for several years in the commercial industry and released his first professional short film Repressed (Förträngd) in 2011, which won several awards at high profile international film festivals. His recent film 2nd Class highlighting the topic of racism traveled all over the world claiming numerous awards. In the future, Jimmy would like to tell heartwarming moving stories and create art house films for a broader audience. His filmography includes Alive, Whatever Happened to Ms Longstocking, 2nd Class, Palmegruppen tar långlunch, Void, Cesar, In Your Interest and Repressed.

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Eva Johansson stars as Victoria, her work includes starring in films such as The Greatest and June, directed by Fijona Jonuzi for Plattform Produktion, Swedish Candy, Some Violence and a Bit if Cat, directed by Ester Martin Bergsmark for Garagefilm and Hot Chicks, directed by Ninja Thyberg for Silverosa Film.

Just some of the high profile international festivals ALIVE has been selected for include Göteborg International Film Festival, Brooklyn film festival, Edmonton international film festival, San Jose International Short Film Festival, San Jose International Short Film Festival and Göteborg International Film Festival.

The film is currently screening via Vimeo Short of the Week https://vimeo.com/501141166

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