anthology series / 5 x 30 min / 2022
An anthology series of five short films, where the emotianal theme is Longing. Stories and experiences collected from the audience are the base for the five films produced in the series.

The most recent episodes are Mirage and the Hunt. 

The previous episodes are:

Shukran Habibi
Christian is a familyman in a friendly but cold marriage. When he meets asylumseeker Mohamed a deep friendship develops between them. Their friendship is threatened both by Mohameds deportation and by islamic religion.
Hello God 
10 year old Alma lives with her alcoholic grandmother. When she gets a new friend everything feels fantastic, but soon they are forbidden to play together.

I want you
Liv is a young, urban woman who leaves a complicated relationship. She soon finds herself in a tragicomic limbo searching for true love.

The series is available at YLE Areena in Finland: https://arenan.yle.fi/1-4561015

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documentary / 29.30 min / 2020

”When I was born I had too little oxygen in my brain, I think that’s unfair” says Yvonne. She’s sharing her story on the main stage of Svenska Teatern in Helsinki. She is doing this for the audience to understand her better and get ”some homework for thought” to bring with them home.

Anna Blom
Ditte Uljas, Ralf Heins
Tuomo Leino 
Risto Iiissalo 
Jussi Myllyniemi
Anna Blom/Jamedia production

Vierge Moderne
documentary / 28 min / 2017

The grungegeneration has turned 40, how did it all turn out? Vierge Moderne is a series that examines this age, the end of youth and the start of the middle-age. 15 women discuss what it means to be a woman right now, right here. In the essay films five themes are discussed more closely: Body, Desire, Career, Motherhood and Time.

Karin Tötterman and Anna Blom
Ditte Uljas, Malin Korkeasalo, Anna Blom and Karin Tötterman
Dominika Daubenbüchel
Graphic design: Rikard Lassenius
Anna Blom for Svenska Yle/Lotta Wigelius-Wulff

The Night My Brother Disappeared
documentary / 70 min / 2022

On the 3rd of october 2013, just off the small island Lampedusa, 369 refugees drown when their boat sink. Adal Neguse, an eritrean man based in Stockholm, lost his brother in this disaster. To be able to grief his brother Adal wants to investigate what actually happened that night. He interviews survivors as well as regular Lampedusans who saved people from the sea. Slowly a picture is painted of what happened and finally Adal meets someone who remembers his brother from that night. The film becomes a work of grievance that gives a name and a face to one of the 369 people who died. Thousands of people still disappear on the deadly border to Europe each year. They become figures and statistics in our news, but we seldom get to know who they or their families are.
The film is based on works from the project www.rememberinglampedusa.com and it is founded by Koneen Säätiö, Svenska Kulturfonden, Konstsamfundet, Suomen Akatemia and Finlands Filmstiftelse.

Director: Anna Blom
Photo: Ditte Uljas
Editor: Dominika Daubenbüchel, Tommi Seitajoki
Producer: Anna Blom, Tommi Seitajoki / for Impressio films 2022

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documentary / 30 min / 2017

Pride is a wonderful, euphoric emotion - but is at the same time something you don’t want to be public with. The film Pride investigate this emotion through the stories of a few main-characters. Soroush Mehrabkhani came to Finland as a little boy and it was hard for him to integrate.

Directors: Anna Blom, Ville Tanttu
Cinematographer & editor: Ville Tanttu
Anna Blom for Svenska Yle/Hans Sundqvist

Three hopes
documentary / 30 min / 2017

Three Hopes is a story about three young people who have had trouble finding their way in life. William, Sofi and Hanna share their view on life.

Directors: Anna Blom and Ville Tanttu
Anna Blom for Svenska Yle/Hans Sundqvist

Permission to Operate
short film / 30 min / 2016

A story about a single mother struggling to balance the different roles in her life, after her passion for a man overshadows the love for her child. The film has been screened at many filmfestivals, notably the festival Love and Anarchy in Helsinki, and the film won the Award of Excellence at the international filmfestival in Jakarta, Indonesia. The script also won the competition Novellfilm in 2015.

Script and Director: Anna Blom
Cinematographer: Ville Tanttu
Production: Studio Lumo/Ville Tanttu

Cast: Alma Pöysti, Wilhelm Grotenfelt, Liv Wikström.

My Helsinki
documentary / 28 min / 2014

The town itself is a main-character in the documentary film My Helsinki. The stories and the favourite places that the citizens share paint a portrait of a small capital where nature and urban culture are strongly intertwined.

Directors: Anna Blom, Ville Tanttu
Cinematographer: Ville Tanttu
Editors: Ville Tanttu, Anna Blom
Producer: Anna Blom for Yle Fem/Peter Berndston

The Chosen Ones documentary / 52 min / 2013

The Finnish National Ballet are traveling to the Bolshoi theatre in Moscow to perform with the Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky and Vaclav Nijinsky. It’s a historical event and a great challenge for the National ballet.

Director: Ditte Uljas
Cinematographer: Ditte Uljas, Ville Tanttu
Editor: Okku Nuutilainen
Producer: Anna Blom for YLE Fem/Peter Berndtson

My Place on Earth

documentary / 29.30 min / 2013

The main-characters in the film show places in nature that are important to them and they tell us about themselves and their thoughts.

Directors: Anna Blom, Ville Tanttu
Camera assistants: Paco Bouazza, Teemu Lehmusruusu and Pekka Turunen
Producer: Anna Blom for YLE Fem/Peter Berndtson

The silent singer
documentary / 58 min / 2012

A documentary film about friendship, love and creativity. The DuvTeatern consists of mentally disabled actors and  a few professional theatre workers. The fim follows the rehearsals and the opening evening of the DuvTeater’s version of Carmen at The Finnish National Opera in Helsinki.

Home sweet home
documentary / 28 min / 2012

A documentary film about a few people and their thoughts on home, security and life.

Directors: Anna Blom, Ville Tanttu
Anna Blom for Peter Berndston/Yle Fem

Stories from Bangladesh
documentary series / 5 x 7 min / 2010

Stories from Bangladesh is a series of short documentaries about the impact of climate-change on the lives of children in Bangladesh. Asma, Nassir, Omay, Jhuma and Rajah tell their story. The series was broadcast in Finland and Sweden.

Cinematographer & editor: Ditte Uljas
Director and producer:
Anna Blom

Mother is always mother
documentary / 29.30 min / 2009

Emelie used to drink a bottle of Koskenkorva a day, her daughter Pamela always forgave her. Today Emelie has quit drinking. A tv-documentary about alcoholism.

Director: Anna Blom
Cinematographer & editor:
Ville Tanttu
Anna Blom for Seportaget FST5/Peter Berndtson

Stories from Nepal
documentary series / 5 x 7-8 min / 2008

A series of short documentaries for and about children. The nepelese children have decided themselves what stories they would like to share. The stories are embedded in the nepalese everyday life, that actually isn’t that different from ours.

Cinematographer & editor: Ditte Uljas

Director & producer: Anna Blom

På Luffen
TV-series / 8 x 30 min / 2008

På Luffen ”On the road”, is a travelseries for young back-packers. The series was produced for YLE FST5 during 2004-2008. The hosts (Joakim Haldin and Anna Blom, Karin Tötterman, Sonja Kailassaari and Mikaela Sonck) traveled through places like eastern Europe, Balkan, Africa, the Nordic countries and India.

Many of the series was broadcast in scandinavian channels outside Finland as well (SVT,NRK, RUV, DR), 2004-2008.

Panso and Ellen
documentary / 30 min / 2007

Panso and Ellen is a documentaryfilm about the thoughts and dreams of two girls living in different parts of the world. Panso Orkaido lives in southern Ethiopia, Ellen Liman lives in the south of Finland. They are from different cultures but they have a lot in common. They value the same things in life: friends and the dream of traveling.

Cinematographer & editor: Ditte Uljas
Director & producer:
Anna Blom

The Silent Children
documentary / 28 min / 2005

“The Silent Children” is a tv-documenatry about Emmy and her family. Emmy has a hearing disorder since she was born. She can hear some with the help of a cochlear implant, but she still needs a lot fo help when she starts school together with hearing children.

Director: Anna Blom
Ditte Uljas
Ville Tanttu
Anna Blom for Seportaget FST5/Peter Berndsto
Hunting magic momentsdocumentary / 29.30 min / 2006

A road-movie about the finnish funk-band Eternal Erection.

Director: Anna Blom
Cinematographer & editor:
Ville Tanttu
Anna Blom for Yle5/Peter Berndtson

The Pizzaking
documentary / 30 min / 2003

A documentary about the successful pizza-businessman Rabbe Grönblom.

Director: Anna Blom
Cinematographer: Ditte Uljas
Producer: Anna Blom for Yle5/Peter Berndtson 2003