Swedish Film Institute

The Members of the Board

Claes Ånstrand
Photo: Private

Claes Ånstrand, born in 1945, is the chairman of the board since 2015. Ånstrand is CEO at LoveOne Consulting. He was undersecretary for Ministry of Health and Social Affairs 1999–2002, for Ministry of Health and Social Affairs 2002–2004 and for Ministry of Culture and Education 2004–2006. 


Photo: Sara B Borgström

Farnaz Arbabi, born in 1977, is the artistic leader at the theater Unga Klara, director and playwright. Arbabi is trained at the Dramatic Institute, has been a member of the board for Tempo Documentary Festival and of the Guldbagge jury.

Carina Brorman
Photo: Niclas Lundgren 

Carina Brorman, born in 1958, is a consultant specializing in strategic identity and brand development. She has, among other things, been the deputy CEO at Malmö Opera, and global communikations director at Saab Group AB. 

Roland Esaiasson
Photo: Jessica Lund

Roland Esaiasson, born in1951, former director-general at MTM, Swedish Agency for Accessible Media, 2007-2016 where he has headed an extensive change management for digitazation and accessability. 

Johanna Koljonen
Photo: Bjarke Pedersen

Johanna Koljonen, born in 1978, is CEO for Participation Design Agency AB, writer and media analyst. She studied at Oxford University, has worked in radio- and tv-production and as a broadcaster. 

Per Schlingmann
Photo: Johan Hellström

Per Schlingmann, born in 1970, is an advisor, writer and lecturer. Schlingmann is deputy chair at SOS Barnbyar. His previous commitments include head of strategy for Moderaterna and undersecretary in the Prime Minister's Office.

Lars Strannegård
Photo: Nicklas Gustafsson

Lars Strannegård, born in 1969, holds Bo Rydin's and SCA's professorship in business economics, with special focus on leadership since 2012 at Handelshögskolan in Stockholm, and was prorector at the university 2012-2014. In June 2014 he became head of the university. Strannegård is a member of the board at The Bergman Estate on Fårö and The Swedish Arts Council (Statens Kulturråd). 

Charlotte Sundåker
Photo: Michael Vyöni

Charlotte Sundåker, born in 1982, today works as business developer and leadership advisor. Sundåker has been a project manager for Rädda Barnen och marketing director for Hyper Island where she also held the position of interim CEO until October 2016. 

Malin Wahlberg

Malin Wahlberg, born in 1971, is associate professor in Film Theory at the Institution for Media Studies at Stockholm University and has published several essays focusing on classic film theory, documentary and experimental film and different media. She is, amongst others, the autor of the book Documentary Time: Film and Phenomenology. 

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