Conversation with Tom Alandh
Wednesday, June 1, at 17.00-18.00 in auditorium F2
Recipient of KTH's Great Prize 2020
Journalist and documentary maker Tom Alandh comes with editor Heleen Rebel to KTH to talk about his work.
Heleen and Tom have worked together since 2006 and have to date made 56 documentaries together. With his over 100 documentaries about everything from squatters to athletes and artists, films that have entertained and touched TV viewers, Tom Alandh has etched himself into the Swedish people's soul. At the beginning of 2022 came the documentary "When the world came to Ronneby", which is about how immigration in 2015 changed the city.
Jury citation in full:
“With his magnificent ability to really listen, even when someone is whispering, Tom Alandh opens new avenues for recognition. His curious and at the same time cautious eye for the enduring humanity in each individual he portrays also reflects the society and age in which the person lives. Tom Alandh enables viewers to come closer – always with a genuine respect for the person he is filming and interviewing. As an unassuming master of documentary reporting, Tom Alandh is a most worthy recipient of the KTH Great Prize.”
Read more about Tom Alandh here
When: Wednesday, June 1, 2022
Time: kl. 17-18
Where: at KTH in auditorium F2, Lindstedtsvägen 26