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Kids On The Silk Road

DK 2017 • 15 x 25' • Jens Pedersen, Simon Lereng Wilmont, Kaspar Astrup Schröder
15 countries along the colorful ancient Silk Road, 15 children (11-14 years old) who give an insight into their lives and challenges. A documentary series for the whole family told from the children’s perspective, delving into rich cultural portraits and addressing universal issues of growing up.

WASTECOOKING Season 2

AT 2017 • 5x26' • Peter Sihorsch, Jakob Kubizek
In the second season David Gross is traveling from Denmark across Europe to Romania, his dumpster-kitchen always in tow to turn ‚garbage‘ into a culinary experience. David whips up creative meals aimed at fighting food waste, our consumption-driven society, and questions which recipes for cooking and living make sense in times of crisis.

BUGS

DK 2016 • 76', 52', 8x28', 4x45' • Andreas Johnsen
Ben, Josh & Roberto, three charismatic young chefs from René Redzepi's experimental Nordic Food Lab, investigate the eats and tastes of insects around the world - said to be the future of food. Josh becomes a leading expert in implementing insects into the western cuisine, he is alarmed when he first visits factories that went into mass production of crickets and grubs.

Sport Kids - Ruth

DK, NO, SE 2015 • 28' • Hanna Heilborn
Swedish cheerleader Ruth has been selected for the competing team within the club "Twisters". She loves cheerleading for its physical demands and great team spirit, but struggles with prejudices toward her sport. Ruth's family is ambivalent towards her choice of sport, but fully support her on her way to the national championships.

A series of 6 high-end documentary films about talented kids who are dedicated to their sport at a serious level.

Through a child's perspective, each film tells exciting, dramatic and engaging real life stories from the world of sport with all the challenges it may bring, looking at the kid's relationships and issues like parental pressure, sacrifices, friendship and gender related issues. Shot in Japan, Russia, South Africa, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Sport Kids - Varicella

DK, NO, SE 2015 • 25' • Victor Kossakovsky
Two talented sisters Nastia (13) and Polina (7) study in the most prestigious Academy of Russian ballet after being selected from 5500 kids. Acclaimed director Victor Kossakovyks portraits the tender and trustful relationship of the sisters, who share one big dream: to become a soloist ballet dancer. They are fully devoted to their 6 hours daily training at the Academy.

A series of 6 high-end documentary films about talented kids who are dedicated to their sport at a serious level.

Through a child's perspective, each film tells exciting, dramatic and engaging real life stories from the world of sport with all the challenges it may bring, looking at the kid's relationships and issues like parental pressure, sacrifices, friendship and gender related issues. Shot in Japan, Russia, South Africa, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

WASTECOOKING

AT 2015 • 5x26', 80' • Georg Misch
According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization a third of all food produced worldwide is thrown away. In Europe, this is equivalent to 89 tons of groceries per year. How can we stop thiswaste? Author and cook David Gross goes on a road trip through Europe, cooking exclusively what others throw away. He meets unconventional top chefs, food activists, scientists and gourmets and calls our everyday consumer lifestyle into question.

AFRIPEDIA

CI, GH, KE, SN, ZA 2015 • 5x28' • Teddy Goitom • Benjamin Taft • Senay Berhe
The African future is happening now. Standing on the cusp of a historical shift brought on by new technology, economic development and global interconnectedness - Africa's creative movements are stepping onto the global stage. Afripedia is a new fivepart documentary series about the generation of rising African creative talents that are challenging all preconceptions and stereotypes. Stocktown Films presents an interlinked visual mixtape of today's most interesting emerging visual artists, filmmakers, fashion designers, musicians, photographers and cultural activists from Africa's biggest metropolises. Compelling, intimate stories, told by African visionary artists who are pushing the boundaries of creative selfexpression. Welcome to creativity, welcome to Afripedia

Sport Kids - Dancing for you

NO 2015 • 29' • Erlend E. Mo
Vilde (12 ) wants to be the first female 'Halling' folk dance champion. A traditional dance for men only. Her greatest challenge isn't the competition - she's convinced that her strength and passion for dance and life are helping her beloved grandfather to win his fight against cancer. A beautifully crafted portrait of two generations of sports champs and a affectionate/loving grandfather-grandchild bond.

A series of 6 high-end documentary films about talented kids who are dedicated to their sport at a serious level.

Through a child's perspective, each film tells exciting, dramatic and engaging real life stories from the world of sport with all the challenges it may bring, looking at the kid's relationships and issues like parental pressure, sacrifices, friendship and gender related issues. Shot in Japan, Russia, South Africa, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Sport Kids - Chapter 11

ZA, SE 2015 • 28' • Ania Winiarska
There are great expectations upon south african BMX rider Anita and the pressure grows with popularity in the local media. As she's entering her teenage years, her priorities start to shift and cause frictions with her team. She struggles to see herself as a future champion and act like one.

A series of 6 high-end documentary films about talented kids who are dedicated to their sport at a serious level.
Through a child's perspective, each film tells exciting, dramatic and engaging real life stories from the world of sport with all the challenges it may bring, looking at the kid's relationships and issues like parental pressure, sacrifices, friendship and gender related issues. Shot in Japan, Russia, South Africa, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Sport Kids - Chikara, The Sumo Wrestler's Son

DK 2014 • 25' • Simon Lereng Wilmont
The 10-year-old Japanese boy Chikara is one of the best sumo wrestler in his club. As the son of a former professional sumo champion he needs to live up to high expectations. Chikara's father is very busy and their only time together is during their training lessons. When the annual Sumo Championship is coming up, it means everything to Chikara to win and make his father proud.

A series of 6 high-end documentary films about talented kids who are dedicated to their sport at a serious level.

Through a child's perspective, each film tells exciting, dramatic and engaging real life stories from the world of sport with all the challenges it may bring, looking at the kid's relationships and issues like parental pressure, sacrifices, friendship and gender related issues. Shot in Japan, Russia, South Africa, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
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