Linda Hambäck is the owner and founder of the company Lee Film. Born in Seoul, South Korea in 1974, she has been working within the film and TV industry since 1998, after finishing her studies, at Dramatiska Institutet – University College of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre, Stockholm.
Linda has a background working with TV series, shorts and commercials. Since 2004, she is mainly working with animation.
Before founding LEE Film, Linda produced several critically acclaimed and awarded shorts, TV series and commercials, including Jonas Odell’s Tussilago and Lies and the first film on the character Who, directed by Jessica Laurén and with script & design by Stina Wirsén.
Linda was also the producer of the animated parts of Academy Award winning documentary “Searching for Sugar Man”, directed by Malik Bendjelloul.
At LEE Film, Linda moved into new positions, first as scriptwriter with The Brokiga Films, and in 2012 she directed her first film, short documentary Fighting Spirit. Animated film What if… released in 2014 was also directed (together with Marika Heidebäck), and produced by Hambäck.
Other films include 30 min shorts, ”Faust in Piteå” (1998) and ”I väntan på bruden” (1999) both directed by Marcus Olson. She co-produced the TV-show ”Humorlabbet” for the Swedish Television in (2001) and worked as a line producer for TV-shows as ”Pangbulle” and ”Mosquito”.
Linda attended the European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs program EAVE in 2002.
In 2006 her first non-fiction book ”Familjepack” was released at Ordfront Förlag. She co-wrote the book with Anna Lagerblad.