Swedish release of our latest documentary!

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Our latest documentary “Havets Öga” is now released in Sweden and available on TV4play and C More play!

A unique film about the life of the Baltic Sea where National Geographic photographer Mattias A. Klum along with his team follows the cycle of seasons around one of the most beautiful yet also threatened inland seas of the world today. “Havets Öga” shows the hidden life and beauty of the few but amazing species that live in the Baltic Sea.

Lectures to air on Kunskapskanalen

 Photo: Ola Högberg

Photo: Ola Högberg

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The lectures and panel discussion from the book launch of Perpetual Calender of Life from last week will air on Swedish TV channel Kunskapskanalen this summer. Here are the dates and times:

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Friday 15th of June

15.05 Our fragile Earth
Professor Ulf Danielsson

15.30 Images of a threatened Earth
Mattias A. Klum

15.50 My life among the chimpanzees
Dr. Jane Goodall

16.15 Our lives serving Mother Nature
Panel discussion with all three speakers. Moderated by Christer Sturmark.

 

Sunday 17th of June

14.15 Images of a threatened Earth
Mattias A. Klum

14.35 My life among the chimpanzees
Dr. Jane Goodall

Perpetual Calender of Life

 Mattias was a guest on Swedish Radio's show P4 Extra.

Mattias was a guest on Swedish Radio's show P4 Extra.

Yesterday was the launch of Dr. Jane Goodall and Mattias A. Klum's book Perpetual Calender of Life! An event was held at the theater "Scalateatern" where Dr. Goodall, Mattias A. Klum and professor Ulf Danielsson gave short lectures and also had a panel discussion led by the publisher Christer Sturmark.

Press about the book:

P4 Extra.

Svenska Dagbladet.

Expressen.

Aftonbladet.