The Members of the Board
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.
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.
Photo: Lisa Thanner
Eric Sjöström, born 1966, is a consultant, investigator and board member within the arts sector, with focus on organizational and operational development. Eric's current board assignments, apart from the Swedish Film Institute, are, among others, Stockholm Museum of Modern History and the Foundation El Sistema Sweden. He has a background as CEO for Folkoperan and head and creative leader of Kulturhuset in Stockholm and is, at heart a marketer within the cultural sphere.
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.
Petri Kemppinen, born 1963, is acting CEO for Nordic Film & TV Fund since 2013, a post he will leave at the end of October this year. Petri has a background as programme buyer and producer at Finnish public service broadcasting company YLE, and has been a part of The Finnish Film Foundation for many years. He has been a member of the board at Eurimages and sits on the advisory board for TV Drama Vision, Gothenburg FIlm Festival's yearly international conference for the nordic and international TV industry.
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, 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.
Photo: Helén Karlsson
Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde, born in 1983, has a Master of Science in Business and Economics from Handelshögskolan in Stockholm and has also studied at Columbia University. 2011 Hashemzadeh Bonde started up the Social Organization Inkludera (Include), which acts against alienation by supporting social entrepreneurs whom have developed innovative solutions to social problems. She is the author of two novels Hon är inte jag (She is not me) och Det var vi (It was us).
Nadi Tofighian, born in 1977, is senior lecturer and researcher at the Institution for Media Studies at Stockholms University. He has done research at Cornell University and Yale University, lectured at De La Salle University Manila and has a Master of Science in Business and Economics from Handelshögskolan in Stockholm. He was a member of the Guldbagge Nomination jury for two years. In addition to lecturing and the research project, ’Let the American Show You’: Cinema in U.S. Colonial Territories, 1898-1919, at the SU, he is involved in developing theoretical courses at Stockholm University of the Arts and editor for the magazine Early Popular Visual Culture.
Published 26 September 2017