Entries by clindoeil

New camera just arrived at the office

We just invested in new camera equipment. Our Sony FX9 is preparing for a shooting in Brazil, but will be available as from Mid March for external projects as well. Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you’re looking for camera equipment.  

When a new adventure starts with an award….

When a new adventure starts with an award… So honored to win the award for Best International Pitch for Draw for Change, by Vincent Coen and Guillaume Vandenberghe and coproduced by Estelle Robin You. Thank you Fipadoc – International Documentary Festival !

Award for ‘Transnistra’

Great news from Sweden: Guldbagge Award for Best Documentary goes to ‘Transnistra’ directed by Anna Eborn, produced by David Herdies & Michael Krotkiewski, coproduced by Adomeit Film en Clin d’oeil films. The Guldbagge Awards is an official and annual Swedish films awards ceremony honoring achievements in the Swedish film industry. The awards are presented by […]

Overseas at MoMa – Doc Fortnight 2020

NEW YORK CITY | Doc Fortnight 2020 | MoMA The Museum of Modern Art | Overseas by Sung-a Yoon has been selected among the 28 feature and short documentary films that will be screened at MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media from February 5 to 19, 2020.

Nomination ‘By the Name of Tania’

We are proud to announce that ‘By the Name of Tania’ is nominated for Les Magritte du Cinéma in the category of Best Documentary! Congratulations to directors Mary Jiménez & Bénédicte Liénard and the team. Thanks to all our partners. Fingers crossed!

Award for ‘Transnistra’

Our Coproduction ‘Transnistra‘ written & directed by Anna Eborn won the International Competition of Porto/Post/Doc. Congrats to Anna Eborn, Momento Film, Adomeit Film & the Belgian team Virginie Surdej, Colin Leveque, Walter Hus & everyone involved! “For the extreme sensitivity that the filmmaker had when approaching such a fragile universe, understanding the process of coming […]

Award for ‘AATOS AND THE WORLD’

‘Aatos and the world‘, the shortened version for children of the documentary film ‘Gods of Molenbeek‘, was awarded as the Best Foreign Language Film at DOXS! Documentaries for children and youth – festival in Duisburg, Germany!