FANSU FILM is based in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company produces commercials, feature films and TV series.
CEO Fansu Njie, a celebrated Swedish film director with West-African Gambian lineage, has spent two decades weaving his unique tapestry in the world of cinema. Drawing inspiration from classic Westerns, Kung Fu epics, and the eerie charm of Sci-Fi horrors, Njie's filmmaking lens is painted with modernity influenced by the old-world charm.
Throughout his martial arts journey, he developed a deep dedication to discipline and an unyielding work ethic. This honed his physical skills and instilled in him a philosophy apparent in all his pursuits.
In addition to his skills as a Director, Mr. Njie has showcased proficiency as both an Editor and a Cinematographer. Respecting the nuances of each craft, Fansu has a knack for assembling harmonious teams that synchronize effortlessly during production.
In the Scandinavian realm, Njie is celebrated as a heavyweight in the commercial direction. His repertoire boasts a plethora of TV commercials, evocative music videos, and compelling short films. Notable works include the critically acclaimed "Bad Dreams" which aired on Prime-Time SVT, "Crackaparkz", hailed as Sweden's pioneer Hip Hop Comedy Feature, and a slew of award-winning shorts.
Mr. Njie's most recent triumph, the adrenaline-charged Scandinavian feature "Last Man Down (2021)", took the digital space by storm. Its trailer alone set the internet ablaze, amassing millions of views in a short span, thereby making a resounding statement in global sales.
After being showcased by giants like Saban Films in the US and UK, Netflix and SF Studios in Scandinavia, "Last Man Down" secured its place among the crème de la crème - ranking 1st, 3rd and 8th on Netflix's top 10 lists in the US, UK, Australia and numerous other international markets.
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