Michael Krotkiewski

Producer & Director

Michael Krotkiewski, born in 1980 in Sweden, is a director, producer and a film teacher. He debuted with his short documentary Civil Disobedience, shown on Swedish National Television in 2004. In 2015 he became partner with David Herdies at Momento Film where he also works as a producer. With an education from Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts he has directed and produced several films of which I DREAMED ABOUT POL POT and 9 SCENES OF VIOLENCE both competed at IDFA. The latter won the Grand prize at Go Short Festival in 2012. He recently produced the two short films YELLOW BRICK ROAD (premiered at Jihlava 2015) and RUST (won Gold Mikeldi award at Zinebi and premiered at Fid Marseille). He is currently producing several feature length documentaries of which HAMADA won two out of two pitching awards at Visions du Réel 2017. Michael is a member of the Eurodoc network and a boardmember of Filmcentrum distribution in Stockholm.


2018 – My Heart Belongs to Daddy, 83 min, Co-producer

2018 Horizon, 105 min, Fiction, Assistant co-producer

2017 Ouaga Girls, 81 min, documentary, Assistant producer

2016 – Rust, 14 min, documentary. Producer

2016Madre, 14 min, fiction. Assistant producer

2016 – Dear Kid (Älskade unge), 13 min, fiction. Assistant producer

2016 – Fragility, 73/58 min, documentary. Assistant producer

2015 Yellow Brick Road (Den gula tegelvägen), 14 min, documentary, Producer

2014Isolation, In development, documentary. Director

2013 – Crying, 4 min short documentary. Director, producer

2011 – 9 Scenes of Violence (9 scener om våld), 32 min documentary. Director, producer

2010  A Sister and the Brother (En syster och brodern), 14 min documentary. Director

2009  I Dreamed About Pol Pot (Jag drömde om Pol Pot), 28 min documentary. Director, producer

2009 Paparazzi, 28 min documentary. Director

2004 – Civil Disobedience (Civil olydnad), 14 min documentary. Director, producer