Linus Källgård is what we in Sweden call a "moon shine farmer", cultivating a small piece of land on the utmost headland of the Värö peninsula - called "The Hunger's Ness" because of its rocky soil, not really conductive to agriculture - while at the same time working as a doctor.
Håkan and his sons David and Christian come from a family of farmers who have been living of the land in the fertile valleys of Idala since the great emigrations of the 19th century.
Moa och Linda decided to follow their bakery dreams and live to tell their story of hardship, glory and ungodly early mornings.
Johan Carlsson is harvesting the fields in the Hallandic woods while reminiscing on his father and his commitment to take care of the soil so that he one day can hand it over to his children.
His father used to remind him: what we harvest from the land is what we've been giving. For Adam Paulsson working with nature is a humbling and meaningful way of life. The twists of fate contributed to things we cannot control; being at the mercy of the rains, summers and winters passing as they pleases, teach us something important about our role as humans.
videos for Kvarnskafferiet
Limabacka Kvarn's food hall & coffee shop in Kungsbacka
Built on six generations of craftsmanship and organic wisdom. Driven by a passionate love for the land and the everlasting quest for genuine ingredients and unforgettable gastronomic experiences.
Kvarnskafferiet is a food hall & coffee shop in central Kungsbacka loaded up with organic flour from Limabacka Kvarn, newly-baked bread and buns from Kvarnbageriet and a smorgasbord of delicious goods from selected food artisans.
A beautiful journey from the green pastures where the farmers cultivate the land with great love , to the millers grinding the flour with artisan knowledge passed down through generations - to the grand metamorphose when the flour finally turns into artisan bread in the hands of passionate bakers.
Genuine ingredients and unforgettable flavors that create oases of enjoyment in our day-today lives.
DJ ShiniGami's electronic creation Dihya Amazigh is an homage to the proud Berber people of Morocco. The short film was shot during a pilgrimage through the enigmatic lands of Morocco where DJ ShiniGami reconnects with his Berber heritage.
Hostal Chocolate presents the enchanted lands of Oaxaca and welcomes visitors to their friendly colonial home in the center of Oaxaca de Juarez.
Genuine Mexican boxing culture with some of the nations' finest youth boxers located in the barrio of Montoya in Oaxaca.
Högens Gård where Håkan and his sons David and Christian run a organic family farm among the idyllic Hallandic valleys, forests and lakes.
"Mompox no existe. A veces soñamos con ella, pero no existe." - Gabriel García Marquez
The words of the beloved Colombian writer captures something intimate about this small colonial town; too beautiful to be real, hidden like a colonial gemstone in wet lands along the mighty Magdalena River.
Made for Hostal Pueblito Magico.
The cool and collected girls of Dirt Bike Girls fly through the air, levitating over muddy tracks, and tell love stories of dirt bikes.
It's soon Christmas and the Swedes light candlelights that illuminate the thick winter darkness - and at Kvarnbageriet in Värö the bakers are making traditional saffron buns.
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Hostal Vista Fortin, overlooking the colonial center of Oaxaca from its hill tranquilty, share their vision of Oaxacan beauty.
the dream of the mill
a film about Bengt and Andreas
Inspired by the heartfelt story of Andreas and Bengt I embarked on a personal documentary project that resulted in "The Dream of the Mill" - with the support of Kultur i Halland, the municipal of Varberg and Stråvalla Hembygsförening.
First relased as episodes, the full lenght documentary will be published in the fall of 2020.
The soundtrack for the documentary was made by the guitar maestro Richard Olausson.
Andreas talks about "The Miller's Curse" and how he in his childhood promised himself never to become a miller. A promise that eventually was destined to be broken.
Bengt is 16 years old and school-weary. He falls in love with the ancient miller's craft - and follows his heart out into the big world; as the times they are a-changing and the answers are blowing in the wind.
Bengt was born a miller and reminisces about the days of old; millers carrying 100 kg sacks of grain on their backs up the narrow stairs of the mill.
The days of blood, sweat and tears; the back breaking late nights on the mill, with work to do still.
Andreas talks about growing up in the rough Gothenburg suburb of Biskopsgården, and the undeniable longing for something genuine and tangible.
Bengt walked a rocky but heartfelt road, making his way back to the love of his youth - the old handicraft of the miller.
Sweden was a poor country when their ancestor Anders built a windmill on Öland in the middle of the 19th century, and by doing so molded the family's destiny in flour. Somewhere in the stars it seemed to be written: also Andreas was bound to fall for "The Miller's Curse".