Elisabet Gustafsson is a film director living and traveling between Paris and Stockholm. After completed university studies in Sweden, Elisabet went to Paris for four years. Here she produced interviews and reports for different programs at Swedish and Finnish Television together with a colleague. In 2002 she returned to Stockholm and started to direct drama, where her childrens feature film Krakel Spektakel has become classical for Swedish children.
Influenced by Jacques Tati and among others, her films have an original universe mixing a burlesque humor with drama, an impressive theatrical set design with VFX solutions and her Swedish background with a French touch. She has also a weakness for abandoned locations and has been shooting two short films in Tallinn, Estonia. Her films have been to festivals world wide, broadcasted at several European TV-stations, and in Sweden she is represented by Slutet är nära for commercial work. Now she’s expanding her horizons even more, editing a her first feature documentary shot in the desert of Mali by a French photographer.