Annika Boholm and Kersti Grunditz Brennan both attended the College of Dance (now DOCH) 1990-1994. They collaborated on their BA degree project  – a dance performance with a violin quartet which toured schools in Dalarna and also participated in each other’s dance and film projects as students. Since 2000 they have worked together in different capacities in several dance and film projects such as The Queen of Blackwater, a film about Kerstin Ekman. They share the experience of having shifted main focus from dance, as dancers and choreographers, to other creative areas. Blod is the first film project they develop together from start to finish. 

Until 2008 Annika Boholm was mainly active as choreographer and director with several productions at the  Orion theatre and the Theatre Tribunal in Stockholm, the Klockrike theatre in Helsinki  and the Folk theatre in Gävle where for example Ridlägret Vildmarken was very successful. After studies at the Nordic writing school Biskops Arnö 2005-2007 she has adapted Strindberg’s Leka med Elden for Swedish Television, written Stora landsvägen goes Gottsunda for Gottsunda Dance & Theater. She has published Inte nudda golv one of five books in a series called Palm of the Hand, contributed to the anthology Att göra av med sig själv – om författarsjälvmord and developed the series Paragraph 18 commissioned by Swedish Television. She has also made the art film RAW – for the inauguration of the European Mastership in Gymnastics at Globen.  Annika gives regular seminars and workshops about language, artistic expression, creative processes, movement/body/space at institutions like SKH, KTH, KI and Beckmans.

Kersti Grunditz Brennan has a Master of Fine Arts in choreography from Mills College, Oakland CA. Since 1998 she works primarily as a film maker and editor in Stockholm. Most recently known for the lauded Citizen Schein made together with Maud Nycander and Jannike Åhlund and the ballet documentary Marie’s Attitude. Her documentary about Michael Jackson’s choreographer, Vincent Paterson - The Man Behind the Throne (2013) has been sold to 14 countries and won awards at dance film festivals. She directed and shot the feature length documentary CJDG (2014) about the artist  Carl Johan De Geer, she made the dance video installation Exchanging the GAZE (2014) with the Egyptian choreographer Karima Mansour for Scenic Art Sörmland and a documentary as part of the dance theatre project Javisst ska du leva! (2015) by Kajsa Giertz at Västmanland’s Theatre.

Kersti is senior lecturer of film editing and a PhD candidate in film and media focusing on editing physical movement at SKH – Stockholm University of the Arts.



Migma Film is owned by the producers Lizette Jonjic and Anita Oxburgh. The office is based in Gothenburg since 2011. Migma Film was established in Stockholm in 1991 by Anita Oxburgh who until then had been based in the UK. Migma Film has produced close on fifty films, both fiction and documentary, and co-produced a great number together with primarily Nordic colleagues. Migma is known for quality and dependability. Many of the films have won awards both in Sweden and abroad.

FILMOGRAFI (Select titles)

2016 Stockholm My Love - Dir. Mark Cousins with Neneh Cherry (fiction 86 min)

2013 The Man Behind the Throne - Dir. Kersti Grunditz (documentary 58 min)

2011 Isolerad - Dir. Johan Lundborg och Johan Storm med Peter Stormare (fiction 80 min)

2009 Miss Kicki - Dir. Håkon Liu (fiction 85 min)

2008 Varg - Dir. Daniel Alfredson, manus Kerstin Ekman, med Peter Stormare (fiction 90 min)

2008 Gud lukt och henne - Dir. Karin Westerlund with Gunilla Röör (hybrid 95 min)


Anita Oxburgh started working as a producer at the beginning of the 80s, the first ten years in the UK. In 1991 she established Migma Film in Stockholm. She has produced a number of award winning documentaries as well as shorts and features. Among the latest titles are Stockholm My Love (dir Mark Cousins), The Man Behind the Throne (dir Kersti Grunditz, Corridor (dir Johan Lundborg and Johan Storm), Wolf (dir Daniel Alfredson)