Mattias jury member for "Swedish Heroes"

Photo: Stefan Mattsson

Photo: Stefan Mattsson

Mattias is one of 12 people to help decide this years award for "Swedish Hero". The award goes to someone who has done something extraordinary courageous the past year. The ceremony is broadcasted on TV4. The other jury members are: Peter Forsberg, Malena Ernman, Anja Pärson, Eva Hamilton, Mark Levengood, William Spetz, Ingvar Carlsson, Silvana Imam, Özz Nüjen, Anders Bagge and Magdalena Graaf.

Read more. (only in Swedish)

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Mattias in Honolulu

Mattias is in Honolulu to participate in IUCNs World Conservation Congress. His latest film Vamizi - Cradle of Coral is to be screened at the congress on the evening of the 4th of September. Prince Albert II of Monaco will be in attendance.

If you are in Sweden and want to see the film in Swedish, click here.

To support Vamizi, check out andbeyond.com and vamizi.com

”I think the film project that Mattias Klum is projecting on Vamizi is of vital importance.”
— H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

Mattias in Poland

Mattias with team is currently in Poland filming the last shots for the upcoming documentary about the Baltic Sea and all surrounding life that depends on its health. They have been filming for this documentary for several years and it is scheduled for release in the spring of 2017. It is the second film of a 10 year commitment together with Baltic2020 to spread awareness about the sea and its role in our lives.

"Vamizi" on SVT tomorrow!

It's showtime! Our latest documentary is rolling out! First up is SVT2 in Sweden, tomorrow night (Aug 3) at 20.00. It will be in Swedish. Stay tuned for more releases world wide!

It takes place on Vamizi, the largest island in the Quirimbas archipelago. Its relative isolation from mainland Mozambique has preserved its natural beauty and wildlife. It has magnificent coral reefs and is a unique breeding ground for whales, dolphins, turtles and sharks. We follow a team of scientists as we explore the significance of these reefs and how to protect them from the damage of looming threats.