Boogie Woogie Daddy

  • Sweden
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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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  • Original title
    Boogie Woogie Daddy
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Erik Bäfving
  • Editing
    Erik Bäfving
  • Music
    Andreas Kullberg
  • Sound
    Martin Hennel
  • Duration
    12 min (1-15 min.)
  • Year
  • Country
    • Sweden
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Production
      • Westman & Gertten AB
      • Sweden
  • Distribution
      • WG Film
      • Sweden
  • Awards
    • 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


  • BeerislooovBV

    witam serdecznie! Jestem nowy. Nie Jestem pewien czy dodałem mój post do odpowiedniego działu na stronce. Proszę o przeniesienie

    Pozdrawiam i mam nadzieje ze się przydam :)

    Edit: nie wiem czy dodal sie wczesniejszy post

    May 5, 2019, 9:00:34 PM

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