Company also boards sales for Little Heaven and Work Hard - Play Hard.
London-based Taskovski Films is introducing a new slate of cross-media projects this week at IDFA.
The projects are:
Dagmar Hovestadt’s World Wide War: The Threat Fom The Net, about web-based viruses.
Roberto Cena’s Europe For Sale, about European countries selling their heritage, land and arts in tough economic times.
Helena Bulaja’s Mechanical Figures — Inspired By Tesla, an experimental look at the creative genius and legacy of Nikola Tesla. (To be pitched at IDFA Forum.)
Taskovski sales and acquisitions executive Manuela Buono said: “We’re thrilled to present some of the leading cross-media documentary projects at IDFA. Cross media films are an important way to target as many audiences as possible, but instead of just focusing on campaign driven titles, our slate shows it is just as possible to celebrate socio-political issues as well as titles artistic projects.”
Also, the company has taken on Lieven Courthout’s Little Heaven [pictured] ahead of its IDFA world premiere. The Belgian production is about an Ethopian girl trying to live a normal life despite being HIV positive.
Taskovski is also handling sales on Carmen Losmann’s Work Hard — Play Hard, about workplace environments.
The slate also includes People I Could Have Been and Maybe Am and Daughters of Malakeh..
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Producer: Peter van Huystee
DAUGHTERS OF MALAKEH, Jet Homoet, Sharog Heshmat Manesh, The Netherlands 2011, 78’, 52’. Producer: Harmen Jalvingh
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