ÖGAT Film, based in Gothenburg is devoted to push the boundaries of filmmaking and challenge the norm for filmic processes. In 2010 Ylva Olaison and Jonathan Silén graduated from the Academy of Music and Drama. At the same time Anton Källrot graduated from Gothenburg Film School and they decided to join each other in a creative collaboration. To get in touch with their inner, unsencored creativity they sat out on a journey to New York to make 30 films in 30 days. Since then they have completed a masters degree in Filmic Processes at University of Gothenburg and formed a production company. ÖGAT Film was founded in Gothenburg in 2013. They have produced various shorts, music videos, videowalks and theatre productions. The Modern Project is ÖGAT's first feature.