Björn Hagberg is a maritime archaeologist, researcher and author of several books and articles. He has a particular passion for telling the stories behind the many ships lost at sea. Björn has also co-authored and assisted with many of the scripts for the documentary films that Deep Sea Productions has produced.
If Björn was stranded on a desert island he would make sure to have his guitar. There he would pass the time practicing guitar chords and nurture the dream of becoming a rock star. As long as there is music Björn is happy and content.
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Johan Candert is a Swedish documentary film maker. During the past 13 years Johan has focused on producing high-quality documentary films. Johan moves easily between different areas such as sports, history, science as well as diving. Johan has a Masters Degree in documentary filmmaking from Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Art.
If Johan was stranded on a desert island he would make sure the island was snowy. There he would spend his time with down hill skiing, a passion which still is alive within him, since his time as a top athlete in that sport. As long as there is snow Johan is happy and content.
Lasse Rengfelt is Chief Producer at Deep Sea Productions, with three decades of documentary film production for the international market. Highlights in his career are “The Odyssey of Life”, which won an Emmy in 1996, Folke Rydén’s “Björn Borg” 1998, Mikael Agaton’s “Samerna” 2001 and “The Last Journey of the DC-3” 2004, Deep Sea Productions’ “Kalahari Dawn” 2009 and “Women with Cows” 2011.
If Lasse was stranded on a desert island he would bring his iPad. After discovering there was no Internet coverage, he would build a huge antenna to pick up the signals from some mobile broad band. Surfing on the waves and surfing on the Net makes Lasse happy and content.
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Malcolm Dixelius is a seasoned director/producer with forty years experience in the media world. Long-time Moscow correspondent for radio and TV.
If Malcolm was stuck on a desert island, he’d send for one of his Russian friends. They are the ultimate masters at survival – and always good company. Would anyone come? Sure, they know what true friendship is all about. As long as there are Russians around Malcolm is happy and content.
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Martin Widman is an archaeologist, documentary film maker and science writer. For the last twenty years he has been involved in making radio and television programmes, aiming at introducing the general public to scientific research, mostly in the fields of archaeology and history.
If Martin was stranded on a desert island he would make sure to bring his binoculars, to study birds. Sometimes Martin really longs for a desert island. Then he could spend all his time for his favourite pastime. As long as there are birds Martin is happy and content.