Conocido por: Writing · Cumpleaños: 1948-04-23
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Johan Malcolm Dixelius (born 23 April 1948 in Frösö, Sweden) is a Swedish journalist, documentary filmmaker and Russia expert. In 1972, Dixelius started his career in journalism as a reporter on the local public service TV station in Gothenburg (Västnytt) and later in Sundsvall (Mittnytt). He is best known as a Moscow correspondent for Swedish public radio and television in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. He also worked for TV4 in the 1990s and for Viasat during the Sochi Winter Olympics in 2014. After twenty years in public radio and TV, Dixelius switched to documentary filmmaking in 1993, founding his own production company, Dixit International. He has received awards and acclaim for several films, including Russian Mafia (1994), CCCP Hockey (2004) and A Bitter Taste of Freedom (2011). 1999-2001 he produced a trailblazing international affairs series for TV4 called pangea.nu. From 2003 Dixelius is involved with Deep Sea Productions, where he has produced the series Wreck Hunters (Swe. Vrakletarna, 2007) as well as directing and producing a number of documentary films for the international market. Together with Russian journalist and writer Andrei Konstantinov, Dixelius has written two books on organized crime in Russia. Since 2015, he is the chairman of the Malik Bendjelloul Memorial Foundation, which runs a fund in support of documentary filmmakers.
Películas y Series de TV
Hästmannen – sista striden
About a man's fierce battle with the authorities to keep his horses.
Valery Liashkevich is a homeless artist who lives at a railway station and for over twenty years has painted pictures in the streets of the town of Gomel in Belarus. For the natives he is no more than...