Flight over Katthult

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Illusion Photo recently made a series of films for the virtual tour of filming locations of “Emil in Lönneberga” in Småland 1971-73. Together with the interviews at the different locations, flight footage was in the brief. The films are about 1min long and lots of footage didn’t make it to the final cut. So, we figured that a Best-Of-Film was in place and here it is.

Places we see in the film is the house were Emil lived and the lake were Emil learnt how to swim.

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Emil of Lönneberga (from Swedish: Emil i Lönneberga) is a series of children’s novels by Astrid Lindgren, covering twelve books written from 1963 to 1997. Emil, the title character, is a prankster who lives on a farm in the district of Lönneberga in Småland, Sweden. The books have been published in 44 languages (2014).[1] In most translations, the original illustrations by the Swedish illustrator Björn Berg are used.

Source: Wikipedia

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