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Henry Moore Selder

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Fimbulvinter - Teaser
Dir: Henry Moore Selder
Prod: Balthazar

A Living Soul
Dir: Henry Moore Selder
Prod: B-Reel

El Nopal
Dir: Henry Moore Selder
Prod: Acne

The Hives
Dir: Henry Moore Selder
Prod: VICE


Bio / Resumé


Swedish director Henry Moore Selder was born in Stockholm, Sweden 1973. Selder studied Film theory at the Stockholm University and practical film making in the Stockholm Film School before embarking on a career of making music videos and commercials. As an international maker of commercials he’s been working with most big brands like Audi, Mercedes, Pepsi Cola, VISA and Ikea. In parallel with the commercials he has created a body of personal short films with notable examples like the Mexico-set mini musical Deadly Boring (2001) that was nominated for the Guldbagge award in 2002. It’s sequel She is Dead has like it’s predecessor won a number of awards and been screened in many festivals around the world. 2014 he made the 30-minute darkly humorous sci-fi film, A Living Soul (2014) based on the novel by Swedish author PC Jersild.Henry is currently working on the feature film Fimbulvinter, a dark eco-comedy set in a former commune in northern Sweden.



2021 – Fimbulvinter
2014 – A Living Soul (Short Film)
2007 – Driving Around (Short Film)
2007 – Hives (short documentary)
2004 – A Thorough Investigation (Short Film)
2002 – She Is Dead (Short Film)
2001 – Deadly Boring



2015 – Busho Awards – Best Idea & Screenplay “A living Soul”
2014 – Court Metrange – Prix Format Court “A living Soul”
2014 – Gothenburg Film Festival – Novella film Award & Honorary Mention “A living Soul”
2003 – Chicago Film Festival – Best Narrative Short Film (certificate of merit) “She is dead”
2001 – Entrevues Film Festival – Best Foreign Short Film “Deadly Boring”

Henry Moore Selder