17 April, 2015

Listen to the news about the Momento fiction project Break the Silence by five Cannes awarded directors. The films bring light to the increasing worldwide demand of sexual child violence.

The director Anahita Ghazvinizadeh says her film is about the memories of a abused child and Frida Kempff answers why she first said no to participating in the project. Producer David Herdies stress the importance of creative artistic films for everyone to understand the seriousness of the problem.

The film project is initiated by Change Attitude.

Winter Buoy, Ghost Rockets and Fragility at Tempo Documentary Festival 2015

27 February, 2015

Momento Film will be represented at Tempo Documentary Festival with three titles now in March! We screen Frida Kempff’s first feature lenght documentary Winter Buoy  that follows  a group of socially disadvantaged pregnant women and the nurses watching their every step like guardin angels. Our co-production Ghost Rockets about Swedish UFO hunters is also screened, and director Ahang Bashi will present her upcoming film Fragility in the work-in-progress section. Welcome!

FRAGILITY, Work-in-progress, with Ahang Bashi
Wed March 4th, 13:00 Bio Rio

WINTER BUOY, by Frida Kempff, nominated to Tempo Documentary Award
Thu March 5th, 17:00 Victoria
Sun March 8th, 17:20 Victoria

GHOST ROCKETS, by Kerstin Übelacker och Michael Cavanagh
Fri March 6th, 17:00 Victoria

Winter Buoy premiering at GIFF

18 December, 2014

Frida Kempff’s first feature documentary will have its international premiere at the 38th Göteborg Film Festival, where the film is competing for the Dragon Award in the category Best Nordic Documentary.

Winter Buoy is a film about trust and the courage to never stop hoping that  portrays life in all its fragility. Read more about the film and see the official trailer here.

New international fiction project

18 December, 2014

Break The Silence is an international film project with the overall objective to combat sexual abuse of children at a global level. By inviting five Cannes awarded directors, from five different continents, the vision is to make strong cinematic films that will address different aspects of the problem. Read more here.

HBO Invisible Camera Award to A Separation

29 September, 2014

We are very happy to announce that A SEPARATION won the HBO Invisible Camera Award at Budapest International Documentary Filmfestival. Congratulations to Karin Ekberg and the rest of the wonderful team that made this film possible!

Read more about the price at the film festivals homepage.