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‘My Heart Belongs to Daddy’ wins at Göteborg!

It has been quite the weekend for Taskovksi Films!   My Heart belongs to Daddy (Røverdatter) only premiered on Friday […]

It has been quite the weekend for Taskovksi Films!

 

My Heart belongs to Daddy (Røverdatter) only premiered on Friday at the Göteborg Film Festival and on Saturday it won a Special Mention for the Best Nordic Documentary!

Sofia Haugan (Left) with her Special Jury Mention at the 41st Göteborg Film Festival. She is here with a fellow director who won a prize for his film, What will people say.

Sofia Haugan (Left) with her Special Jury Mention at the 41st Göteborg Film Festival. She is here with a fellow director who won a prize for his film, What will people say.

This award is even more special since we’ve been involved in this film as distributor since its early stages. In a very strong category, Sofia Haugan’s debut documentary feature film left a lasting impression on the audiences, but also on the jury.

The jury’s motivation: To a courageous and innovative filmmaker that invites us to an intimate story with a huge emotional risk. A creative usage of images, sound and editing that captures a challenging time and a deeper understanding of the complex relationship between an addict father and a loving daughter.

This year’s jury consisted of Finlay Pretsell, film producer; Karin Ekberg, director; Mohamad Siam, director.

We’re really proud of Sofia as well as the involved companies, Momento Film and Indie Films AS. And of course we can’t wait to bring the film to festivals near you!