We are happy to announce that A Separation, Karin Ekberg’s tragicomic documentary, is selected for the competition in CPH:DOX 2013! The film portrays the very last acts of a long marriage and is Karin Ekbergs feature length debut.
Dagmar Teatret Wednesday 13/11 at 16.30, world premiere.
Vester Vov Vov Sunday 17/11 at 19.00
Momento Film is very happy to welcome Theresa Traore Dahlberg as a new director! Theresa has previously directed the warm documentary Taxi Sister, which screened at several international film festivals, and we believe that she is one of the most interesting rising voices on the Swedish documentary scene. Characterized by a personal narrative and a strong visual imagery, her films have the ability to tackle serious and important social issues in a humorous manner. Currently Theresa is developing a project set in Burkina Faso, which she will start to film on location in November.
If you are interested in Theresa’s previous documentary, feel free to check out the trailer.
The Ecpat campaign site for Momento Film’s While No One Is Watching is now released. Go to www.naringenser.se and help Ecpat to spread the movie to politicians and policymakers! (The site is in Swedish)
While No One Is Watching is an episodic documentary about the global sexual violence against children and the people fighting to stop it. The film is produced by Momento Film in collaboration with Ecpat, and directed by Ulla Lemberg and David Herdies, and shot by the award winning Director of Photography Camilla Skagerström.
Momento Film director Frida Kempff is selected for Stockholm Film Lab, Stockholm International Film Festival’s talent program for young female directors. With support from the Swedish Film Institute, the program seek to encourage and inspire the directors on their way to a continued professional career.
Frida Kempff won the Jury Prize in the official selection in Cannes in 2010 with her short documentary, Bathing Micky. She is currently filming her first feature length film, the documentary Mothers Without Children, following three nurses in downtown Toronto trying to help homeless pregnant women.
Stockholm International Film Festival is the festival in an international comparison that by far, screens the largest number of films made by women. Stockholm Film Lab, where female filmmakers highlighted at an early stage of their film career, is another step in their quest to be at the forefront of the representation of female filmmaking.
Give us the Moneyby Bosse Lindquist has been selected for the international film competition of the Festival des Libertés as one out of 15 films. The Festival will take place in Brussels from the 17th to the 26th of October. (www.festivaldeslibertes.be).
Give us the Money is part of the Why Poverty? project and has been screened in 70 countries and reached an estimated 500 million people across the globe. The film premiered at IDFA in 2012.