As you know I work with a number of companies, one of which is Odelay Films. It occurred to me that Marcus Storm may be a director who you've not encountered before. Born in Sweden, but now living on the UK, Marcus is a true storyteller who creates films that are both engaging and heartfelt. Never truer when he directs films that feature babies and children. So I thought I'd share a few of his spots with you. You can see more of his work on their site at www.odelayfilms.com
Please drop me a line if you'd like to know more. For now though you take care and hopefully I'll see you soon.
Swedish born and London based filmmaker, Marcus Storm has a background in documentary filmmaking. He manages to capture and explore the most delicate of subjects through stunning visuals and intimate interviews.
Through the use of various mediums, film styles and camera shots, Marcus has been able to create engaging, heartfelt and often breathtaking spots. He has the ability to capture powerful, emotive responses from his audience and can tackle sensitive storytelling creatively.
His films have won first prize at Nordic Youth Film Festival in Norway, at Reed Awards in the US and Uppsala Short Film Festival in Sweden. His inspired short film ‘The 10th of April’, had its world premiere at Fotografiska, one of the most renowned museums in Scandinavia.