Wiktor Ericsson is a Swedish screenwriter and film director living in Malmö in the South of Sweden. His narrative feature film debut Strawberry Days premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, where it won the ADL Standup Award, a prestigious award from the United States’ premier human rights organization. The film was released in Sweden in the summer of 2017 and was met with rave reviews. It was selected to be screened at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival as part of the Variety Critics Choice section. Ericsson’s feature film debut, the documentary A Life In Dirty Movies, had its international premiere at the London Film Festival and was released theatrically in the U.S. in the fall of 2014. The film has been sold to U.S. Netflix and Showtime. Ericsson has created and been the head writer of the popular Swedish comedy series Starke man and Halvvägs till himlen and he also works as a story editor and dramaturg, most recently on the script for Hannes Holm's Academy Award-nominated film, A Man Called Ove.