Sunday, 27 January 2013

Belleville Baby - World Premiere at Gothenburg International Film Festival


World premiere of Mia Engberg's Belleville Baby at Gothenburg International Film Festival
A few years ago, filmmaker Mia Engberg made headlines with her project Dirty Diaries, in which she produced feminist porn financed by Swedish state film funds. Her latest feature length film Belleville Baby tells the true story about love and loss, and will premiere at this year's Gothenburg International Film Festival.

The film is nominated for Best Nordic Documentary at the Gothenburg Festival and Best Feature Length Documentary at the Stockholm Tempo Festival. It is one of the two Swedish documentaries selected for the Berlinale 2013.

In Belleville Baby, a phone call from a long lost lover makes her reminisce about their common past. He tells her he has been in prison for many years and asks to hear her memories from their time together. She remembers the spring when they met in Paris, the riots, the Vespa and the cat named Baby.
A film about love, time and things that got lost along the way.

www.bellevillebaby.com
www.facebook.com/BellevilleBaby

Press contact: Tobias Janson, tobias@story.se,  +46 736 50 74 15

Mia Engberg is a director and producer based in Stockholm. She has made several short films and documentary films and is one of the filmmakers behind the production company Story. Her recent project Dirty Diaries-12 shorts of feminist porn received widespread attention both in Sweden and abroad.
www.miaengberg.com

Story AB is a production company based in Stockholm. Story produces for television, cinema and the internet. Story’s films have been screened in festivals around the world, and have won numerous awards both in Sweden and abroad. Recently Story’s productions have won the Swedish Film Institute’s Guldbagge Award in 2012 for Best Music and Editing (The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975) and for Best Documentary (At Night I Fly), and a Sundance Award in 2011 for Best Editing (The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975). The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 has been screened in 22 territories.
www.story.se

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