Sophia Olsson

(1972 – )

Cinematographer. Born 19/4 1972 in Stockholm, Sweden. Graduated as director from Filmhögskolan in Gothenburg in 2002. In 2009 she supplemented this with an education in cinematograpy from The National Film School of Denmark.

Olsson has received numerous awards as cinematographer. Including Nordic Talents Award 2009 for the graduation films 'Anna' and 'Book of Miri', the Danish Arts Foundation Prize for Films in 2016 for 'Sparrows' (together with Rúnar Rúnarsson and Jacob Schulsinger) and Sven Nykvist's Cinematography Award in 2017 for 'Sameblod' and once more in 2018 for 'The Charmer'.

Title Year Function Category
Charter 2020 Cinematographer Feature
The Charmer 2018 Cinematographer DK/Feature
Heartbound – a different kind of love story 2018 Cinematographer: Additional shoot DK/Documentary
Violently in Love 2017 Cinematographer DK/Documentary
Sámi Blood 2016 Cinematographer Feature
Sparrows 2015 Director of Photography DK/Feature
At Home in the World 2015 Cinematographer DK/Documentary
Baby 2014 Director of Photography DK/Short fiction
The Weight of Elephants 2013 Director of Photography DK/Feature
Volcano 2012 Cinematographer, Still photographer Feature
Dance for me 2012 Cinematographer, Still photographer DK/Documentary
The Ghost of Piramida 2012 Cinematographer DK/Documentary
The Good Life 2011 Cinematographer: 2. unit DK/Documentary
Beast 2011 Cinematographer DK/Feature
Pig country 2010 Cinematography DK/Documentary
Min avatar og mig 2010 Cinematographer DK/Documentary
Anna 2009 Cinematography DK/Short fiction
Book of Miri 2009 Cinematography DK/Documentary
Smáfuglar 2008 Cinematography Short fiction
Lucky blue 2007 Cinematography Short fiction
Manden og mågen 2007 Cinematographer DK/Short fiction
Goodbye Bluebird 2007 Best boy DK/Short fiction
AFR 2007 Cinematographer DK/Feature
Flickan som slutade ljuga 2004 Stills Short fiction