Mr. Svenson has completed his starring role in the Danish director Niels Norlov Hansen's MY SISTERS KIDS & THE GOLD DIGGERS.
Mr. Svenson was honored on August 1st, 2014, by the Martial Arts Hall of Fame at its annual banquet at which he also officiated as the Master of Ceremonies.
He is next honored as recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Action On Film Festival on August 30, 2014, at the Pasadena Hilton Grand Ballroom where a retrospective of his work will be shown to 1,000 invited guests.
He is in preproduction as the writer, lead producer and director of the motion picture "Don't Call Me Sir!" in which Kayla Harrison, the 2012 Olympic gold medalist in judo, will portray Rusty Kanokogi, nee Rena Glickman. For information go to: supportdontcallmesir.com.
Following a shared bronze in the 2012 IJF World Judo Masters Championships, he won his weight class at the 2013 USJA Winter Nationals. He has now retired from competition.
Mr. Svenson is also in preproduction with VIKING. Based on recently discovered historical facts, VIKING tells of Norsemen who in 996 fled west to avoid religious persecution, landed on Iceland where they were not welcomed, continued west to Greenland, met with Leif Eriksen, and then went onward west, finally landing in L'Anse Aux Meadows, Newfoundland where they settled and built two large soil and rock dwellings while challenged by Beothuk and MicMac Native Americans. VIKING will be filmed in Halden, Norway, Iceland, Greenland , and L'Anse Aux Meadows.
In addition to developing and producing filmed entertainment as well as branding/advertainment, Mr. Svenson’s Hollywood-based company MagicQuest is a consultant to established as well as non-established actors, writers, producers and directors.
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