|Pelle flyttar till Komfusenbo|
|Directed by||Johanna Hald|
|Produced by||Waldemar Bergendahl|
|Screenplay by||Johanna Hald|
|Cinematography||Roland Skogfeldt, Anders Dahlberg, Jacob Jörgensen, Eric Börjeson|
|Edited by||Tomas Tang, Johanna Hald|
Pelle flyttar till Komfusenbo is a 1990 Swedish film directed by Johanna Hald and based on the novel of the same name by Astrid Lindgren.
Pelle is angry. His father does not find his pen and suspects that Pelle has taken it. Pelle actually took it, but he put it back in his father's coat pocket. He feels wronged and decides to move out. Later he packs his things and wants to move into the little house in the garden. He also wants to spend Christmas there. When he talks to his mother, she convinces him to move into the house again. There Pelle is lighting the candles. When his father comes home from work, he hugs Pelle. Furthermore, Pelle's father apologises to Pelle, as he has found his pen.
Pelle flyttar till Komfusenbo was first broadcast in 1990 in Sweden.Later it was also shown on German television.. After that, it was released on DVD in both Sweden and Germany.
According to Filmtipset.sePelle flyttar till Komfusenbo is a cute short film with good actors, but not much more.
Astrid Anna Emilia Lindgren was a Swedish writer of fiction and screenplays. She is best known for several children's book series, featuring Pippi Longstocking, Emil i Lönneberga, Karlsson-on-the-Roof, and the Six Bullerby Children, and for the children's fantasy novels Mio, My Son, Ronia the Robber's Daughter, and The Brothers Lionheart. Lindgren worked on the Children's Literature Editorial Board at the Rabén & Sjögren publishing house in Stockholm and wrote more than 30 books for children. In January 2017, she was calculated to be the world's 18th most translated author, and the fourth most translated children's writer after Enid Blyton, Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm. Lindgren has so far sold roughly 165 million books worldwide. In 1994, she was awarded the Right Livelihood Award for "her unique authorship dedicated to the rights of children and respect for their individuality."
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Never Violence! or Never Violence is the title of a speech made by Astrid Lindgren in 1978, when she received the peace prize Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels. It is one of the most well-known and influential speeches by Lindgren. Astrid Lindgren speaks against corporal punishment of children. A year later, in Lindgren's home country Sweden, a law was released that forbid corporal punishment of children. In 1978 the speech was first published as a book under the German title Astrid Lindgren: Ansprachen anlässlich der Verleihung des Friedenspreises des Deutschen Buchhandels . Later the book was also published in many different languages. In 2009 a German short film called Never Violence had been published at Children's Day. It was based on the story mentioned in Lindgrens speech.
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Astrid Lindgren’s plays are a number of theater plays written by Astrid Lindgren in the 1940s to 1970s. Part of the plays are based on her books, other stories were only written for theater. Since almost all of Astrid Lindgren's works have been staged for theater, this page only deals with the plays, whose scripts were written by Astrid Lindgren. Many of these works were published in the Swedish books Sex Pjäser för barn och ungdom (1950) and Praeser för barn och ungdom. Other Samlingen (1968). Most of these works have not been translated into English. These include stories about well-known characters such as Kalle Blomquist or Pippi Longstocking, which were only written for the theater and were not published as prose.