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Kidz in da Hood

Kidz in da Hood
International title Förortsungar (Los chicos del barrio)
Section 6-12 años
Country Suecia
Year 2006
Running time 96
Director Catti Edfeldt, Ylva Gustavson
Screenplay Hans Renhäll
Film Editing Roger Sellberg SFK
Photography Jallo Faber
Music Fabian Torsson
Web site http://www.forortsungar.se
Producer Gilda Film in co-production with Sonet Film, Sandrew Metronome, TV3, Break Even & Filmhouse.
Gilda Film
Gotlandsgatan 72
SE-116 38 Estocolmo
Suecia
T. 46 (0) 8-556 034 24
F. 46 (0) 8-556 034 27
E. info@gildafilm.se

Sonet Film
E. peter@sonetfilm.se
Distribution Company Swedish Film Institute
International Department
P.O. Box 27 126
SE-102 52 Estocolmo
Suecia
T. 46 8 665 11 00
F. 46 8 666 36 98
Synopsis Amina has lived with her grandfather in Sweden since she was three years old. Now her grandad has died without legalising their situation. Amina is alone and undocumented, she could be expelled from the country at any time. Then she meets a young musician, his girlfriend and their group of friends, a series of most peculiar characters. They will become her new family and will help her in her struggle to remain in Sweden. With them, Amina will discover an unconventional way of life, free from prejudice and most importantly, she will learn that you can enjoy life with no money.
Director bio Ylva Gustavsson: graduated from the film school in Stockholm, having completed the directing course at the school's drama institute. She has played in new wave and punk bands and made music video documentaries and short films. Kidz in da Hood marks her debut as a feature film director.

Catti Edfelt: born in Gävle in Sweden in 1950. She began her film career as an actor in Bo Wilderberg's Heja Roland in 1966. She worked as an assistant director to Lasse Hallström. In 1988 she directed her first television films.