Swedish-born (1983) director Anna Eborn's first feature documentary 'Pine Ridge' premiered in the official selection at Venice Film Festival 2013. The self-edited 'Pine Ridge' is a film about the life of young people in a Native American reservation in South Dakota, USA. Anna's previous film 'Baba', a 30 min documentary set in a small community in eastern Ukraine, does as Pine Ridge explore human emotions of grief and longing. Both 'Baba' and 'Pine Ridge' is produced by Adomeit Film.
Oscar Ruiz Navia
Oscar was born 1982 in Colombia. After graduated in Social Communications from Universidad del Valle he then founded a production company called CONTRAVIA FILMS - engaged in the development and production of independent cinema in Colombia. With his debut as a director, writer and producer, 'EL VUELCO DEL CANGREJO' / 'Crab Trap' won the International Critics Award Fipresci at BERLINALE (Forum) 2010 and was selected for more than 70 festivals around the world. In 2012 he produced the Feature Film 'LA SIRGA' by William Vega, which was selected for Director's Fortnight at Cannes Film Festival. In 2013 he made the short film 'SOLECITO' also selected for Director's Fortnight at Cannes Film Festival. He is currently in the postproduction of his next Feature Film 'LOS HONGOS' which was developed with the support by Torino Film Lab, Buenos Aires Lab and The Cinefondation Residence of Cannes Film Festival.
In Sweden, a child experiences the death of her mother. During the time of grief, the child dreams about her mother coming back to life. In Colombia, a mother desires a change of routines. She tries to explore a way to regain her passion for living. By mutating the image of our mothers, we create a movement from death to life that presents a spiritual struggle to reclaim and ingest life to the fullest.