♦ Spring 2013: "Dragon Day" is a very topical, political thriller starring Osa Wallander, Ethan Flower, Jenn Gotzon and Hope Laubach. Directed by Jeffrey Travis and due for release Spring 2013.
♦ Fall 2012: Osa works on the feature film "A Leading Man" directed by Steven Kung (Mad Men, In Treatment)
♦ Fall 2012: "Swine", a Post-Apocalyptic Indie Feature starring Osa Wallander and Gregory Lee Kenyon, completes principle photography.
♦ Spring 2012: "Pollution", written by and starring Osa Wallander screens at the Cannes International Film Festival. This short film is based on a true story about a teenage girl's struggle to care for her alcoholic mother.
♦ Spring 2010: Osa appears on the popular TV-series "90210" as Sarah Herman.
♦ Sam Hell comes across well-acted especially with performances by Åsa Wallander, Brian Graves, and Mike Tillman and is backed by a decent looking set.
Horror News 07/04/2011
♦ Here we deal with an inspired cast who clearly enjoyed themselves while filming the picture…Mark Hengst (as Benedict) is convincing, while Asa Wallander (who plays Sydney) is absolutely perfect.
Fangoria | "Live Evil" Review by Matt Molgaard | August 27, 2009
♦ "Caregiver", is a moody, realistic, well-acted psychological thriller. Osa Wallander is particularly impressive as Paige, a troubled woman who wants to be a positive influence in the world but who is just too mentally disturbed herself to quite manage to be one. Wallander's ability to switch from sugar-sweet to psycho-bitch in a heartbeat is one of the best things about this movie.
Rotten Tomatoes, Review by Steve Miller 7/10: Caregiver (2007)
♦ …great performance by Wallander, who looks like Nicole Kidman's evil sister. She can switch from an angel to a demon in the blink of an eye.
Trash City review, film blitz. Dec 2006
♦ Performances are excellent, especially by Denise Gossett and Asa Wallander, who portray very strong women with completely opposite personalities. Gossett is Kate, a power-hungry crew member with a suspicious past; Wallander portrays Winnie, a sensitive and sweet-faced researcher who’s more complicated than we originally suspect. These two actresses remind me of Glenn Close and Annette Benning, so when their characters square off -- although more emotionally than physically, it’s a treat to see.
Review by Betty Jo Tucker
♦ Denise Gossett’s Kate and Asa Wallander’s Winnie are so very organic and wonderful to watch as women in a genre usually filled with leather-clad Amazons or sexless army sergeants. These two women are neither; they are simply interesting characters…
Pretty Scary.net October 11, 2007 by Superheidi
♦ Awarded the Best Actress Award at ShockerFest, 2007 for her role in the film “Decaying Orbit”