You remember what sweding is all about, right? You recreate your favorite movie scene or trailer using whatever video camera you have, and whatever low-budget props and costumes you have on hand. Submissions are then shown at a film festival called Swede Fest.
This year’s festival will take place Saturday, May 8, at Starline in the Tower District. It’s free and open to all ages, so if you’re too embarrassed to film yourself reenacting the finale of “Jaws” in your bathtub, get your kids to do it.
After the jump I’ve included a couple of my favorite Swedes from Swede Fests past, plus “Ferris Bueller,” the Swede I made for Swede Fest 4 (which is my way of showing that if I can do it, you can, too).
No Country for Old Swedes