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EDN congratulates! projects selected for Sundance and Göteborg

27.01.2015

EDN congratulates! is a series of news stories where we congratulate documentary teams from EDN workshops when they have achieved great results.

Pervert Park

For this edition of EDN congratulates! we are proud to recognice three former Twelve for the Future projects and their teams. The completed films have been selected for the Sundance Film Festival and the Göteborg Film Festival.

Pervert Park selected to Sundance
Pervert Park Directed by Lasse Barkfors & Frida Barkfors, produced by Frida Barkfors & Anne Köhncke, Sweden / Denmark. The project took part in Twelve for the Future in 2010/2011 and was also part of the BoostHbg & EDN Pitch Pilot Workshop in 2010. At Sundance Film Festival Pervert Park is selected for the World Cinema Documentary Competition.

Pervert Park, The Ceremony and Good Girl selected for Göteborg
Three former Twelve for the Future projects have been selected for the Dragon Award, the main documentary competition program at the Göteborg Film Festival. The three films are:

Pervert Park Directed by Lasse Barkfors & Frida Barkfors, produced by Frida Barkfors & Anne Köhncke, Sweden / Denmark. The project took part in Twelve for the Future in 2010/2011 and was also part of the BoostHbg & EDN Pitch Pilot Workshop in 2010.

The Ceremony Directed by Lina Mannheimer, produced by Mathilde Dedye, Sweden. The project took part in Twelve for the Future in 2011/2012.

Good Girl Directed by Solveig Melkeraaen, produced by Ingivl Giske, Norway. The project took part in Twelve for the Future in 2009/2010.

As one of the leading film festival in the Nordic countries, Göteborg Film Festival brings films from all over the world to Göteborg. Here you can read more about the festival’s main competition, the Dragon Award.

Twelve for the Future is a project driven co-production workshop for young Nordic documentary producers and directors. The workshop aims at developing projects for international co-production, establishing a professional network for the participants as well as connecting Nordic talents and relevant financiers. Here you can read about the current edition of Twelve for the Future.