This section is a space for my film writing that hasn't been published by other outlets. The subject is not always science fiction, but most of the time about the relationship between film and technology. Some pieces are new, and some are recent English translations of previous work. I used to write for a Swedish audience only, see this page for my film writing in Swedish.
Fear and impulse undermine humanity’s chances at survival in Neil Burger’s space epic Voyagers, a story about the dangers of confining the mind and the illusion of control.
Infinitum: Subject Unknown weaves a story-driven, imaginative quantum mystery from equal parts escape rooms and time loops.
The equine fantasy tale The Wanting Mare, the first feature by Nicholas Ashe Bateman, aims for the immense and boundless.
From rose water to scratch cards, follow along for the story of how the film industry tried and failed at making scented cinema a thing.
An exploration of robotic identity in Blade Runner based on my master’s thesis on cyborgs in film and television.
Stemming from the tech-enthusiasm of Electric Dreams (1984), the intersection of modern technology and its disintegration is examined by free association.