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Boogie Woogie Daddy

DIR: Erik Bäfving
2002 / Sweden / 12 min

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Recommend this film

About a son who, in his father’s folder of negatives, finds love, despair and reconciliation with a painful memory. The father’s suicide and the great emptiness that followed.

A journey among the 3000 negatives that the father left behind him. He was a very good photographer. Among the negatives Eric finds a self portrait, a pictire of the other dad. A man that looks afraid. A man that barely dares to look into the camera. What was it he was was afraid of?

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About

Director Erik Bäfving
Screenplay Erik Bäfving
Dir. of Photography
Editing Erik Bäfving
Music Andreas Kullberg
Sound Martin Hennel
Duration 12 min
Year 2002
Country Sweden
Colour Colour
Tags death, family, photography, poetic, private
Production Westman & Gertten AB
Westman & Gertten AB
Country:  Sweden

Distribution WG Film
WG Film
Country:  Sweden

Festivals
Awards

2002

Golden Gate Award ...

2002

Golden Gate Award Winner, San Fransisco International Film Festival, USA

Le Prix Planete, Marseille Documentary Film Festival, France

Golden Dove and Young Jury prize in International Leipzig Film Festival for Documentary and Animated Films, Germany

Bayrischen Rundfunks filmprize (2500 EUR), Regensburg Short Film Week, Germnay

Filmblicken, Umeå Filmfestival

Nomineed for a Guldbagge - best documentary film.


2003

The Kodak Award, International Short Film Festival Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Honorary Mention, Norwegian Documentary Film Festival, Volda, Norway


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