Marcus Lindeen

Marcus Lindeen’s latest film, The Raft, opens in theaters on June 7. He made his debut with documentary feature Regretters, which won the prestigious Prix Europa for Best European Documentary in Berlin, the Swedish Academy Awards (Guldbagge) and the Swedish Emmy for Best Documentary in 2011. His second film, the fiction feature Glorious Accidents, premiered at the Venice Film Festival, winning the prize for Best Medium-Length film. Lindeen’s theatre work has been produced and presented at Sweden’s National Theatre (Dramaten), The National Theatre in Oslo and The Schaubühne in Berlin. In January 2017 he exhibited the art installation The Acali Experiment at Centre Pompidou in Paris. The installation was also presented as part of the CPH:DOX film festival in Copenhagen, where The Raft premiered in 2018, winning the main award of the festival. Since then, the film screened in festivals like IDFA, BFI London, Sao Paolo, Zürich, Melbourne, and Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.


How I Accidentally Became Just Like the Nemesis in My New Movie

By Marcus Lindeen | June 5, 2019

How I Accidentally Became Just Like the Nemesis in My New Movie

The Raft director Marcus Lindeen on how he unconsciously followed in the footsteps of his doc's subject, anthropologist Santiago Genovés.