A part of Tempo Work in Progress day, where filmmakers show and tell clips from their upcoming documentaries. They were displayed online and required accreditation.
In collaboration with the Swedish Film Institute and Film Stockholm.
THE SWEDISH FILM INSTITUTE PRESENTS:
In the film Himlens mörkrum, the filmmaker Nils Petter Löfstedt paid tribute to the workers on the workshop floors. In his new film, he focuses on what lies closest to him, the care profession. He follows his parents’ last working days and he contacts old colleagues. But to portray a working class that does not want or may not be portrayed is difficult and will not be made easier by a pandemic. Is it possible with film to access the immeasurable effort that forms the basis for the work in health and care?
It is displayed with the other Work in progress projects:
En film om Sverige idag – Efter sagolandet
Öfvre Tensta, stanna eller flytta?
Beating Hearts (arbetstitel)