Kick-off and workshop for the project Re-Future at Syracuse on Sicily. Financed by Creative Europe with productions companies from Italy, France, Turkey and Sweden. It will be a documentary feature, Tedx talks and research project concerning the situation for unaccompanied refugee minors.
With more people on the move today than ever before in our recorded history, the global refugee crisis is posing one of the greatest humanitarian challenges of our time.
Unaccompanied Refugee Minors (URMs) arriving in Europe represent a substantial proportion of the great Mediterranean migration.
They cross 6.000 miles of desert and sea to reach Europe, children travelling alone on the world’s most dangerous migration route.
A smartphone is all they carry, the only link to what is left behind and what lies ahead. Technology has transformed this historic 21st century phenomenon: these are “digital” migrants.
Shoot&Post are cooperating in this project with DugongFilms from Italy. It is one of 12 projects selected by Creative Europe out of 300 applications to support refugee integration.
Shoot & Post joins Film i Vast with awards for “Frame Filmfestival” in Gothenburg. Giving support and money in order to make sure that young filmmakers can complete their projects and get it out. The award will be in class 27+. Anna – Karin Johansson, head of the festival and representing Kultur i Vast is really looking forward to the competition this year.
This week Fateh Shams is grading Caterina Pecchiolis dokumentary “Talking Hands”. It will then be in competition in Festival dei Popoli in Florence at the end of November. Producer is Dugong Production in Roma.
The documentary about the famous jazz musician Lee Morgan “I called him Morgan” by Kasper Collin will have world premiere on the 1st of September in Venice Out of competition.
Online is done by Fateh Shams and grading is going on this week by Nikolai Waldman. Christer Engstrom will make the DCP:s for distribution. The film will then continue to Telluride, Toronto and New York.
Shoot&Post are doing DIT-services on “Dröm Vidare” produced by 2afilm through Björn Liljegrääs. The shooting is in Alby, Stockholm and Luleå during this summer. Director is Rojda Sekersöz and DOP Gabriel Mkrttchian.
We are now doing postproduction of Susanna Edwards documentary about the proffessional boxer Frida Wallgren. World premiere at Tempo Dokumentary Film Festival in Stockholm in March. Producer Garage Film.
The documentary “Kiki” by Sara Jordenö will now go to Berlin after Sundance. It will be in the section Panorama Documents. Editing Rasmus Ohlander and assistant editor Christoffer Sevholt. Grading by Fateh Shams and DCP by Christer Engström.