Film and Tell make projects that engage, entertain and create food for thought, but perhaps most importantly, films that aim to create positive change - Film for Change.
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Film and Tell is a film company founded by award winning director and producer Oscar Hedin. Today we are a staff of three working full-time with the production and distribution of documentary films. Film and Tell carry out projects that engage, entertain and create food for thought, but perhaps most importantly, films that aim to create positive change - Film for Change.
The company released its first documentary in 2013, the short documentary Go Straight Home (11'), directed by Maud Nycander (Palme) and Iga Mikler (Eating Lunch).
We're currently working on a documentary diptych aiming to raise the issue of children living in domestic violence. In March 2015 the first film My life my lesson was released theatrically and it has screened at festivals in Sweden, The Netherlands, Norway and Poland. We're working to secure a release of the second documentary, Say Something, in early 2016.
At present, Film and Tell has a strong slate of seven projects in development and production.
We're happy to announce the Swedish premiere of Say Something at Tempo Documentary Festival. The film is also nominated for a Tempo Documentary Award alongside IDFA award winning Don Juan and the wonderful and unmissable Martha & Niki to mention a couple of the fellow nominees. Sara Jordenö's much anticipated Kiki will travel back to Stockholm from Sundance to open the festival. All details can be found on tempofestival.se. See you there!
The Guldbagge Awards are Sweden’s leading film awards and have been presented since 1964 for outstanding contributions to Swedish film over the past year...
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Isabell grew up witnessing her mother’s boyfriend beating her mother. Say Something is a coming of age documentary where the young person’s teenage years has been characterised by witnessing violence. We follow the relationship between mother and daughter as they struggle not only to communicate but... Continue reading →