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  • 1.
    Grigor, Axel
    Högskolan Dalarna, Institutionen för kultur och samhälle, Bildproduktion. Griffith University.
    Jill Bilcock: Revealing the Invisible Artist. Recognising the creative contributions of film editors to filmmaking through biographical documentary film2022Doktorsavhandling, monografi (Övrigt vetenskapligt)
    Abstract [en]

    Film editing is recognised as the conceptual innovation that, at the dawn of the twentieth century, helped transform the novelty of moving images into cinema. Despite this acknowledgment, misconceptions about the art form linger. Surprisingly, there is still limited public discussion of the contribution made by editors to creative authorship during the filmmaking process. Arguably, this absence has impeded deeper investigations of the craft and contributions of significant editors, their artistic achievements and the nature of their professional lives. 

    This artistic research project proposes that the essential contribution of film editors to filmmaking can begin to be better appreciated and understood by careful exploration of a prominent practitioner’s art and creative influence. Accordingly, the researcher has undertaken the production of a companion pair of long-form biographical documentary films portraying the life, career and practice of the acclaimed Australian film editor, Jill Bilcock. It is contended that use of the film medium in Jill Bilcock: Dancing the Invisible and Jill Bilcock: The Art of Film Editing proves to be a highly effective mode of analysing a leading film editor’s finely tuned practices. Moreover, this portrait of the working life of a celebrated editor promotes greater awareness of the craft of editors and challenges more traditional, auteur-focused perceptions of filmmaking. 

    It also demonstrates that this independently funded two-part study benefits from the negotiated inclusion of substantial footage as visible evidence of an editor’s work. The project outcomes are designed for wide public dissemination and to circumvent normally prohibitive licensing demands, two of Bilcock’s high-profile collaborators (Baz Luhrmann and Shekhar Kapur) were recruited as intermediaries in archival negotiations. This achieved more favourable licensing terms and the development and use of this novel licensing arrangement is analysed in the study.

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  • 2.
    Grigor, Axel
    et al.
    Högskolan Dalarna, Institutionen för kultur och samhälle, Bildproduktion.
    Ingemarsdotter, Sylvia
    Högskolan Dalarna, Institutionen för kultur och samhälle, Bildproduktion.
    Editing in the Deep End2021Konferensbidrag (Övrig (populärvetenskap, debatt, mm))
    Abstract [en]

    Prof. Sylvia Ingemarsdotter and Senior Lecturer Axel Grigor—editing teachers at DAVA, Sweden—discuss the advantages and limitations of enhancing film students’ appreciation of film editing craft by facilitating courses offering practical, real-world editing experience.

    By providing access to professional feature film rushes and associated production documents, DAVA aims to expose students to the creative and organisational processes faced by working film editors and editing assistants.

    At the heart of this intense period of editing immersion is a journey of creative self-discovery, in which students are encouraged to evaluate their emotional response to actors’ performances and explore various storytelling possibilities.

    Guided by regular tutorials, where editing choices and processes are discussed and analysed, students gain new and tangible insights into the film editor’s responsibilities and central role in the filmmaking process.

    This session invites schools to discuss how the use of professional film footage affects practice-based editing pedagogy and how this helps students prepare for a career in the field of post-production.

    Examples from DAVA students’ editing work will be shown during the presentation.

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  • 3.
    Grigor, Axel (Regissör, Filmproducent)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Akademin Humaniora och medier, Bildproduktion.
    Mattsson, Hållbus Totte (Filmproducent)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Akademin Humaniora och medier, Ljud- och musikproduktion.
    Carlsson, Henrik (Ljudproducent, ljudtekniker)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Akademin Humaniora och medier, Ljud- och musikproduktion.
    Bingsjö360 – Experience Sweden's Bingsjö Folk Music Festival in 360 degrees2019Konstnärlig output (Ogranskad)
    Abstract [en]

    Every first Wednesday in July since 1969, Bingsjöstämman (Bingsjö Folk Music Festival) beckons leading folk musicians and folk music enthusiasts from all over Scandinavia to the picturesque village of Bingsjö in Sweden. Over the course of 24 hours, thousands of people gather in fields, barns, campgrounds and historic houses to enjoy scheduled concerts, impromptu musical performances and to participate in traditional dances.

    Captured at Bingsjöstämman in 2018, Bingsjö360 presents 18 separate video clips which combine 8K resolution VR360 video and ambisonic music recordings to represent the broad range of musical performances on display at the festival. Through this immersive music documentary experience, viewers around the world can experience the sounds, rhythms and unique visual beauty of the festival for themselves.

    Bingsjö360 presents new creative pathways for representing and sharing folk music tradition through cutting-edge artistic research, immersive audiovisual technology and new modes of audience interaction. By making Bingsjö360 easily accessible through an online video sharing platform, this project also aims to elevate knowledge and perception about immersive audiovisual experiences in wider society.

    This international artistic research project was instigated at Dalarna Audiovisual Academy at Dalarna University (Falun, Sweden) and produced in collaboration with Folkmusikens Hus, Faraway Productions (Australia), Honeypot Film Productions, Cutting Edge (Australia), Dalarnas Museum, Film i Dalarna and Benny Andersson’s record label Mono Music.

  • 4.
    Grigor, Axel (Regissör, Filmproducent, Filmklippare)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Institutionen för kultur och samhälle, Bildproduktion.
    Allard, Torbjörn (Filmfotograf)
    Deodar - prelude to a documentary film2023Konstnärlig output (Ogranskad)
    Abstract [en]

    In this short video – a prospective opening sequence to the theatrical documentary film "Deodar" – the researcher explores how the public screening of conceptual scenes from a work-in-progress film can help inform a film editor's still-evolving process of crafting a film's emotional tone, character introductions and themes. 

    BACKGROUND

    In the documentary film "Deodar", filmmaker Axel Grigor delves into the captivating story of Thomas Hellström, a Swedish boatbuilder who has spent over five decades restoring the historic sailing trawler, Deodar.

    Constructed in 1911 in Brixham, England, Deodar has been meticulously revived by Hellström, transforming it into a familiar and beloved sight in the Stockholm archipelago.

    Hellström's commitment to manifest the enduring beauty and sailing prowess of traditional English sailling trawlers through his efforts with Deodar, has seen him become one of Sweden's foremost wooden boatbuilders. However, his dogged dedication has come at a cost, straining personal relationships and causing financial hardship. At the age of 73 and faced with diminishing strength, Hellström grapples with the inevitable decision to part ways with the vessel that has defined his life.

    Drawing inspiration from maritime documentary films, such as "The Last Sailors: The Final Days of Working Sail" (1984) and "The Sailor" (2021), this documentary uses observational filmmaking techniques and archive-based storytelling to skillfully explore the confluence of Swedish and English maritime history in the early 20th century through the lens of one man's extraordinary devotion to a vessel that has become both his masterpiece and his burden.

    This conceptual opening sequence screened publically at the 2023 Dalarna Film Festival, Sweden, as part of a masterclass in film editing. The creative practice research project has received development funding from the regional film fund Film i Dalarna and Dalarna University.

  • 5.
    Grigor, Axel (Regissör, Filmproducent, Filmklippare)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Akademin Humaniora och medier, Bildproduktion.
    Jill Bilcock: Dancing the Invisible2017Konstnärlig output (Granskad)
    Abstract [en]

    Jill Bilcock: Dancing the Invisible is a feature documentary film about the life and work of one of the world’s leading film artists, Academy Award–nominated film editor Jill Bilcock ACE, ASE. It is the first-ever biographical documentary film about a film editor. 

    Iconic Australian films Strictly Ballroom, Muriel’s Wedding, Moulin Rouge!, Red Dog and The Dressmaker bear the unmistakeable look and sensibility of Bilcock’s visual inventiveness, but it was her brave editing choices in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet that changed the look of cinema the world over, inspiring one Hollywood critic to dub her editing style as that of a “Russian serial killer on crack”.

    With a back-story as colourful and surprising as her films, and featuring commentary from Cate Blanchett, Baz Luhrmann, Jocelyn Moorhouse, Shekhar Kapur, Phillip Noyce and Fred Schepisi, this documentary is a wonderful insight into the art of editing and the profound impact it has on storytelling.

  • 6.
    Grigor, Axel (Regissör, Filmproducent)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Akademin Humaniora och medier, Bildproduktion.
    Jill Bilcock: The Art of Film Editing2017Konstnärlig output (Granskad)
    Abstract [en]

    Jill Bilcock is one of the world’s leading film editors, yet to most people she remains relatively unknown.

    Few filmmakers in Australia have left such an indelible impression on the nation's screen culture and filmmaking community as Jill. Over the past three decades, her intricate sculpting of stories and support of emerging filmmakers, have resulted in an astounding output of ‘evergreen’ films, cherished by people not only in Australia but across the world.

    With unique access to Jill’s past and present, Jill Bilcock: The Art of Film Editing presents a rich and visual portrait of an artist that operates on many levels, and provides a rare a chance to appreciate and decode a central, yet largely misunderstood part of the filmmaking process.

  • 7.
    Grigor, Axel (Filmklippare)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Institutionen för kultur och samhälle, Bildproduktion.
    Cederstam, Ewa (Filmproducent)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Institutionen för kultur och samhälle, Bildproduktion.
    Sarri ja Sanna2020Konstnärlig output (Granskad)
    Abstract [en]

    "Sarri ja Sanna" is a short observational documentary that intimately explores the enduring friendship of Sarri and Sanna, two women of Finnish descent living in rural Sweden. Bound by childhood camaraderie and shared Finnish traditions, the film captures their lively interaction as they celebrate Finland's national day on December 6th.

    Through a delightful mix of Swedish and Finnish, the documentary unfolds in the kitchen, where the women reminisce about their lives, sharing anecdotes that transform them into spirited teenagers once again.

    The film opens a new and highly personal window into the contemporary lives of Sweden Finns, Sweden's largest minority language group. Its focus on the cultural nuances of the Finland-Swedish experience enriches the understanding of this community, showcasing the strength of bonds that extend beyond blood relations.

    "Sarri ja Sanna" was produced in collaboration with the Swedish Film Institute, SVT (Swedish public broadcaster) and film distributor Folkets Bio. The film received a national free-to-air broadcast through Swedish Television and has been shown to thousands of upper secondary school students as part of national educational efforts focussing on Sweden's minority languages.

  • 8.
    Grigor, Axel (Filmproducent)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Institutionen för kultur och samhälle, Bildproduktion.
    Hegedus, Peter (Regissör)
    Griffith University.
    Sorella's Story2022Konstnärlig output (Granskad)
    Abstract [en]

    Sorella's Story brings to life a smuggled atrocity photograph from December 1941 and places it into 360° immersive space. The photograph depicts the humiliation and murder of close to 4000 women and children on a Latvian beach allowing the viewer to accompany some of the women and an 11-year-old girl, Sorella, as they embark on their last journey.

    The memory of the Holocaust is fading, with studies revealing that two-thirds of millennials born after 1981 don’t know what Auschwitz is (Zauzmer 2018), and a higher percentage are ignorant of basic facts about Nazism and the Holocaust. And with anti-Semitism and extreme right-wing ideologies on the rise, Sorella’s Story is a visceral reminder and warning of how prejudice can escalate to devastating tragedy.

    Sorella’s Story is a Soul Vision Films production, with principal production funding from Screen Australia in association with Screen Queensland, Griffith University’s Disrupting Violence Beacon and Dalarna University in Sweden

  • 9.
    Grigor, Axel (Filmproducent)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Institutionen för kultur och samhälle, Bildproduktion.
    Hegedus, Peter (Filmproducent)
    Griffith University.
    To Never Forget2022Konstnärlig output (Granskad)
    Abstract [en]

    Background

    TO NEVER FORGET is an 82-minute documentary, made in the tradition of Holocaust testimony in screen culture with documentaries such as Resnais’ Night and Fog (1956), Lanzmann's Shoah (1985) and The Last Days (1998).

    In the midst of extreme right-wing movements, this documentary uncovers an atrocity photograph from 1941 depicting a group of women and a 10-year-old girl before their execution. They are among 3640 Latvian Jewish women and children massacred by Nazi troops and collaborators. Peter Hegedus created an immersive experience out of the photograph through a dramatised VR360 film. Peter uncovers the story of his own Jewish grandmother who survived the Nazi Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. To Never Forget investigates the extent to which the Holocaust continues to affect lives, families and geopolitics.

    Contribution

    The documentary adopts an investigative approach with a personal narrative to offer perspectives on the Holocaust for younger audiences. An innovation that helps target young people is embedding black and white drawings to show the complex documentary narrative.

    As a child, the filmmaker’s grandmother shared stories about her time in the Nazi Concentration Camp, so the filmmaker’s imagining of the Holocaust had been rooted in this visual world. The drawings in the film reveal the horrors of the Holocaust in a way building on a tradition of artists who after World War II, took to comics to express views of the Holocaust best evidenced in the MAUS (1987) by Art Spiegelman.

    Significance

    The film had its premiere at the Brisbane International Film Festival with two screenings at the Powerhouse and at Dendy Cinemas. It was received positively by audiences with the Q&A hosted by journalist Peter Greste. The film has been one of the highlights of the International Jewish Film Festival (JIFF) that attracts 1000s of people, with the film shown in every major Australian city over three weeks. The film received a nomination for the Best Feature Documentary Award at the 2024 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards (AACTA Awards).

  • 10.
    Grigor, Axel (Regissör, Filmproducent, Filmklippare)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Akademin Humaniora och medier, Bildproduktion.
    Mattsson, Hållbus Totte (Arrangör av musikalisk komposition, Musiker, Ljudproducent, ljudtekniker)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Akademin Humaniora och medier, Ljud- och musikproduktion.
    Scott, Andrew (Inspelningstekniker)
    Högskolan Dalarna, Akademin Humaniora och medier, Ljud- och musikproduktion.
    Waltz after Werkmästers Hans Olsson with dancer Dlsher Jabo and Bullermyren Band2018Konstnärlig output (Ogranskad)
    Abstract [en]

    This multimodal and interdisciplinary artistic research project fuses Kurdish-Swedish dancer Dlsher Jabo’s embodied interpretation of a traditional Swedish folk tune with experimental documentary and music video filmmaking practices.

    Filmed in the historic village of Bingsjö in Dalarna Province, Sweden, the project re-imagines the contemporary refugee experience by engaging in several layers of audiovisual and intercultural collaboration.

    Prior to production, the traditional song Waltz after Werkmästers Hans Olsson was recorded and re-arranged by Swedish-Kurdish folk band Bullermyren. Audio interviews were conducted with dancer Dlsher Jabo, in which he shared stories of his life as krump/street dancer in Syria and his subsequent displacement as a refugee. 

    During principal photography, a Swedish folk dance troupe, led by choreographer Jenny Franke, was invited to perform alongside Mr Jabo and Bullermyren, resulting in a unique juxtaposition of traditional and contemporary dance styles.

    Due to the extreme physical nature of Mr Jabo’s performance and the limited availability of the filming location, the shoot was conducted in a highly improvised manner in a barn dance hall. Consequently, the film’s narrative structure and visual rhythm needed to be composed through judicious and precise film editing practice.

    This film project was presented at the 2018 MIRAC Conference at Sweden’s Royal College of Music and disseminated at a 2018 audiovisual research seminar at Dalarna University before being made widely available on YouTube.

    The research was conducted as part of Dalarna University’s research initiative DAVA intercultural sessions and produced in collaboration with Faraway Productions Pty Ltd (Australia), Bingsjöstämman and Folkmusikens Hus.

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