Top 3 is an animated romantic comedy about love, lists and what happens after falling helplessly in love.

In this funny, bittersweet romantic comedy from Sweden, perpetual list-maker Anton falls in love with David, but things start to go awry when Anton realizes that his dreams in life might be in direct opposition to David’s.

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Details

Title: Top 3 (Original title: Topp 3)
Director: Sofie Edvardsson
Producer: Simon Österhof
Animation studio: Soja
Duration: 44 minutes
Language: Swedish
Subtitles: English
IMDB: Link

Top 3 is a co-production with Swedish Television, with support from the Swedish Filminstitute and Film in Västerbotten.

Awards

Best Narrative Feature (Audience Award) – Outfest 2019, Los Angeles

Premieres

International premiere: Frameline43, San Francisco, June 29th 2019.

Swedish TV premiere: July 30th, 2019 (SVT).

Swedish theatre premiere: September 2019 (Folkets bio).

Festival screenings

Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival
September 27 2019, Chicago, USA. Get tickets here.

Stamped Film Festival
August 23 2019, Pensacola, USA.

Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film festival
July 21 2019, Los Angeles, USA.

Frameline43 San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film festival
June 29 2019, San Francisco, USA.

Distribution

TV, cinema and VOD rights available outside of Sweden.

If you’re interested in showing, distributing or selling our film, please get in touch with Simon Österhof at simon@soja.se.

Press kit

Press photos Download here

Screenshots from Top 3Download here

Interviews and trailer (Swedish) – Download here

Trailer (English) – Download here

Director

Sofie Edvardsson is a director and illustrator from Umeå in the north of Sweden. She’s the Creative Director of animation studio Soja and Topp 3 (2019) is her debut film. Later in 2019 her debut TV show the Super Best Hero Friends will also premiere on Swedish television.

She started developing Topp 3 together with writer/producer Simon Österhof and animator Jakob Nyström in 2015, and the film was greenlit by the Swedish Film Institute in December 2015. Since then she’s been working on the project while also leading the creative work of Soja.