London-based sales company Taskovski Films has added two more titles to its slate during IDFA.

The company has come on board for Daughter (Hija) from Chile, and Mustafa’s Sweet Dreams from Turkey.

Taskovski will handle world sales on both.

Maria Paz Gonzalez Guzman’s debut Daughter (Hija) is a road movie with a mother and daughter searching for a sister and father that neither knows.

Angelos Abazoglou’s Mustafa’s Sweet Dreams is about a teenager who wants to become a master baklava baker.

Taskovski’s IDFA slate also includes Daughters of Malakeh, People I Could Have Been And Maybe Am, and Little Heaven.














IDFA, International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, 16th-27th November 2011



Dear Wendy,

On the first weekend of the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, Taskovski Films has confirmed world sales representation on two new major titles.

Maria Paz Gonzalez Guzman’s debut HIJA (DAUGHTER) follows a mother and daughter both in search of a sister and father neither ever knew, an exciting and visually inspiring road-movie from Chile.

Award winning filmmaker Angelos Abazoglou’s MUSTAFA’S SWEET DREAMS will be making its first festival appearance in the new year, and follows a young 16-year old Mustafa who dreams to become a Master baklava maker.

Current Taskovski Films in selection at IDFA include DAUGHTERS of MALAKEH (Jef Homoet, Sharog Heshmat Manesh), PEOPLE I COULD HAVE BEEN AND MAYBE AM (Boris Gerrets) and LITTLE HEAVEN (Lieven Corthouts) which receives its World Premiere on November 19th.