Jessica Nettelbladt

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Jessica Maria Nettelbladt
Born7 August 1972
OccupationFilm director
Years active1993 – present

Jessica Maria Nettelbladt (born 7 August 1972 in Malmö) is a Swedish director and documentary filmmaker, specializing in personal interviews.


Nettelbladt attended the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts and received her master's degree in independent filmmaking from the University of Gothenburg.[1] She currently runs the production company Lejoni Produktions.

Her documentary, I Am My Own Dolly Parton, featuring interviews with Gudrún Hauksdóttir, Helena Josefsson, Cecilia Nordlund, The Cardigans' Nina Persson and Lotta Wenglen, premiered at the Tempo documentary film festival in March 11[2] and later at New York at the Tribeca Grand as part of the Nordic Music Documentary Festival. The film began as a Dolly Parton tribute concert but evolved into a work about independent musicians, role models and parenthood.[3]


  • 2002 – Kärlek är
  • 2003 – Livets hjul
  • 2005 – Vägen till Pärleporten
  • 2007 – Minnen dör aldrig
  • 2007 – I Edens Lustgård
  • 2008 – Under stjärnorna i Malmö
  • 2009 – Mitt Helvete
  • 2011 – Jag är min egen Dolly Parton


  • Att leva och överleva som dokumentärfilmare (2012)


  1. ^ "Jessica Nettelbladt". The Swedish Film Institute. Archived from the original on 2015-04-03.
  2. ^ Larsson, Camilla (2011-03-11). "A weird feeling of Dolly". Retrieved 2015-03-08.
  3. ^ "Documentary film-maker forging her own path". Retrieved 9 March 2015.

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