Transnistra wins both Göteborg and Rotterdam IFF!

4 February, 2019

This has been an overwhelming week for Momento: Anna’s Eborn Transnistra won the Dragon Award for Best Nordic Documentary at Göteborg Film Festival a few days after winning the VPRO Big Screen Award at Rotterdam IFF!

Thank you to both Jurys and all our partners and big congratulations to director Anna Eborn and the whole team. Next stop for the film is Tempo Film Festival before the Swedish theatrical release this April 17.

World Premiere of Transnistra at Rotterdam IFF!

9 January, 2019

We are happy and honored to announce the World Premiere of Anna Eborn’s Transnistra at International Film Festival Rotterdam – IFFR – Big Screen Competition!

Hugs and respect to director Anna Eborn who has been struggling with smuggling in 16 mm film rolls, dealing with secret agents and caring with love and concern for this group of young friends! And of course to the stars of the movie; Tanya, Tolya, Vanya, Denis, Dima, Burulya and the whole team from Sweden, Denmark and Belgium.

2 films in competition at Gothenburg IFF!

4 January, 2019

We are happy and honored to have 2 out of 8 films in competition at Gothenburg International Film Festival! Hamada by Eloy Dominguez Serén and Transnistra by Anna Eborn are both competing for Best Nordic Documentary.

Big congratulations to directors Anna & Eloy and to everyone involved in these films!

JAURIA selected at Clermont-Ferrand FF!

11 December, 2018

We are very happy to announce that our co-production Jauria by Pedro Pio will be part of the 41st National Competition of Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival!

Jauria is our second collaboration with Evidencia Films in Colombia and the first with Les Films du Worso in France.


Award of Best Emerging Director for Eloy Domínguez Serén

4 December, 2018

Big congratulations to Eloy Domínguez Serén who received the Companhia das Culturas/Fundação Pereira Monteiro Award for Best Emerging Director at Porto/Post/Doc for Hamada!

« For its sensitivity in presenting the experiences and difficulties of a community in exile. The film shows the daily struggle of being trapped in a prison of repetition and routine in which there is little to no hope of escape. At the same time, the filmmaker manages to capture the fighting spirit of the people and an unexpected lightness in a difficult situation.  A movie with extraordinarily strong characters, who impress with their self-determination and empowerment. »

The jury in Porto/Post/Doc