Early Look: GRYNING (aka BREAK OF DAY) Copes With Loss Of A Child

Swedish film studio JÄMTFILM AB and the director of the Swedish drama/horror Marianne are working together again on a new project, hoping to help the careers along of new talent with the drama Gryning.


JÄMTFILM AB, the company that produced last year's indie horror hit "MARIANNE" is currently developing their next film "GRYNING" (international title "BREAK OF DAY"). GRYNING is written by newcomer Maria Östlund and making her feature film directorial debut is arthouse filmmaker and transmedia artist Jasmine Idun Lyman. It is produced by Filip Tegstedt ("MARIANNE") and Johan Bergqvist.

GRYNING tells the story of Anna, a part time musician who struggles with the grief over losing her 4-year-old son Lucas to cancer.


The film has not completed financing yet so the project is still very much in its infancy but a proof of concept trailer has been prepared to create interest in it.

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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "The film has not completed financing yet so the project is still very much in its infancy but a proof of"
    This shouldn´t be so hard though.....swedish film institute have said that they are going to back more projects directed by women.
    This would be a perfect project for them I think.
    Thanks for the teaser, Mr Mack.

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