Erik Pauser works as a director, producer and visual artist. His latest film as director and producer is the feature documentary ”The Borneo Case”. Before that he directed and produced ”Palmes Secret Agent”. He has directed a number of films among them ”The Machine” with Lars Tunbjörk as cinematographer and ”The Face of the Enemy” that premiered in competition at IDFA 2009. He has produced “Maneuvers in the Dark”, “Men Who Swim”, Lars Siltbergs “Holocene” with the Swedish Radio symphonic orchestra and Esa-Pekka Salonen in cooperation with writer Maj Gull Axelsson. ”Snow White and the Ambassador” was released in 2005. Together with Jan Röed he produced and directed the prizewinning feature Tong Tana – The Lost Paradise 2001. The film ”Lucky People Center International” a Memfis, Zentropa release that he directed and edited with Johan Söderberg was released in cinema and TV in a number of countries. He’s films have been shown on most major networks and won prizes at Nordic Panorama, San Francisco international film festival, FICA Brazil, AFI-Silverdocs, Washington. His installations have been shown in galleries and museums in a number of different countries. Also see


Dylan has wide experience of work as both producer and director on a series of national and international films. His credits include productions shown on the BBC, Channel 4, Discovery Channel, ZDF-Arte and The History Channel. Since Dylan moved to Sweden in 2002 and has since Directed a number of Documentaries to be shown throughout Scandinavia including the tragic comic Madame and Capt. Nilsson (2006), and Reserved for George (2007), the story of a man who ate lunch everyday in the same restaurant for 73 years without anyone knowing his name.

Together with Erik Pauser Dylan formed Amp Film in 2008, and they have produced a series of international films together. Men Who Swim was one of his latest films as director. The Film has won a handful of awards, been shown in over 40 Film Festivals and received sales to over 20 countries. A sure fire way to cure Dylan of his mid-life crisis.