Lisa Partby wins Tempo Pitch

10 March, 2014

“With playfulness, humor and a disarming attitude, we believe that this director will tackle a heavy topic with new eyes.”
We congratulate Lisa Partby, David Herdies and Kerstin Übelacker for winning best pitch at Tempo Documentary Festival 2014 with the project Fuck You Death, developed at Momento Film. Many thanks to the jury: Charlotte Hellström at SVT, Cecilia Lidin at SFI and Lisa Moller at Filmregion Stockholm Mälardalen.

4xMomento at Tempo

3 March, 2014

Momento Film’s documentaries and directors will be highly visible during the 2014 Tempo Documentary Festival. A Separation will open the festival Tue March 4th at Folkbaren. Director Frida Kempff will hold a work in progress screening of her upcoming film Winter Buoy Wed March 5th at Bio Rio. The company will also be present with a new project in development at the Tempo pitch, and another new transmedia project.

A separation to open Tempo Documentary Festival

13 January, 2014

A separation by Karin Ekberg will open Tempo Documentary Festival the 4th of March.

– We are extremely pleased to inaugurate the Tempo Documentary Festival with the Swedish premiere of  highly anticipated A separation, says Melissa Lindgren, program manager at Tempo.
– Karin Ekberg has made an incredibly strong debut film that manages to capture the private and simultaneously reflect on the universal. It’s a brave film about the complexities of life, made with both humor and warmth.

Tempo Documentary Festival, Stockholm, March 4th– 9th. The inauguration will take place at Folkoperan. In March 7  the movie will go up on theatres all over Sweden via Folkets Bio.

Read more here (in Swedish) www.tempofestival.se/blogg/utopier-och-uppbrott-pa-arets-festival

Straight from Ouagadougou

9 December, 2013

Momento Film director Theresa Traore Dahlberg together with cinematographer Sophie Winqvist has just finished a week of filming in Ouagadougou for a film project in early development. Here are the girls they have been working with, on location at the College of Technical Education. Keep an eye open for more information about the project.