NEWS & PRESS
After a successful festival tour in 2019 we are now very pleased to share the TV premieres:
Al Jazeera English |WITNESS | starting May 6th 8 PM GMT- 47' TV version - Info
VRT CANVAS | Belgium| May 10th - 82 mins version - Info
RTS Deux | Switzerland | May 10th - 82 mins version - Info
EO docs NPO2 |The Netherlands | May 13th - 52 mins version
We are very proud to share that MOTHER will screen as a World Premiere at this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest,
in Competition for the International Award, in the Doc/Love strand, a range of 'pulsating, intimate stories celebrating the power of love, family and friendship. A collection of playful, subversive and tender films which question love and power through stories of identity, equality and family to rupture inherited, often patriarchal forms of societal norms. '
Show times: PBS America Showroom Cinema 3 - Sunday 09 June, 21:30hrs & Tuesday 11th June, 14:25hrs.
We are nearing the end of the edit and will be announcing a release in the coming months.
Jan- Okt 2018
We are happy to announce that the Dutch Film Fund as well as the CFWB has awarded co-production support to our co-producer Olivia Sophie Van Leeuwen from Halal Docs BV and Man's Films Productions.
We are proud to share that we received production support rom the Flanders Audiovisual Fund.
Since October 2014, Elephant’s Dream has been touring widely on the festival circuit and has been awarded a.o. the Magic Hour Award (Docs Against Gravity Warsaw), 2nd Best International Documentary Award at the TRT Documentary Days (Istanbul), Special Mention at the One World Media Awards (UK) Best Feature Documentary and awarded at Michael Moore's Traverse City FF (US).
Selective festival list: DOK Leipzig, IDFA, DocPoint Helsinki, Hot Docs (Toronto), AFRIFF (Nigeria), Docville (BE), DOKFest Munich, DOKUFest Prizren, Margaret Mead FF (NY), Camden FF (US), Frontline Club (UK), DocsAG (PL), East End FF (UK), Taiwan Int Doc Fest, Bertha DocHouse (UK).
Press & Reviews
“Elephant's Dream masterfully creates a dreamlike listlessness, sad and funny, that gently hints at great historical tragedy. A beautiful film.”
— Joshua Oppenheimer, The Act of Killing, The Look of Silence
“One of the most tender and intense films I've seen in ages, a true film d'auteur.”
— Hubert Sauper, Darwin's Nightmare, We Come as Friends
“Incredibly beautiful.” — Indiewire
“Quite extraordinary” — Hollywood Reporter
“Eloquent, enigmatic” — The Globe and Mail
“Elephant's Dream feels urgent.” — One Woman Army