London, UK / Stockholm, Sweden : 15 February 2021 –
Sisyfos Film Production (Sisyfos) and Think-Film Impact Production (TFIP) are pleased to announce a strategic impact partnership.
TFIP will deliver a value-added strategic impact service to harness the content assets, audience engagement and sales value of all of Sisyfos productions and co-productions. The partnership vision is to create tangible, measurable community social results and increase film sales at box office and beyond the festival circuit and theatrical release.
TFIP is a market leading impact company with specialist expertise at the cutting-edge intersection of film and policy.
Sisyfos is a Swedish film production company producing award-winning short and feature length documentaries.
Danielle Turkov Wilson, Think-Film Impact Production Founder and Executive Director, said:
“We are thrilled to take this journey with Sisyfos. Their films are beautifully edgy. We look forward to delivering impact campaigns that bring positive social outcomes and create committed viewers globally.”
Mario Adamson, Sisyfos Film Production CEO/Creative Producer, said:
“We are so looking forward to teaming up with the amazing team at Think-Film and believe that together we can make great things happen.”
Press Contact: Danielle Turkov Wilson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Think-Film Impact Production is a unique European and global social impact company that harnesses the power of visual storytelling to drive forward political and social change. Winner of the ‘World in 2050 Innovation Olympics, Artistic Visions Category’, Think-Film has a proven track record in bringing compelling stories to people in positions of power, connecting with national, regional and international policy agendas in dynamic new ways and driving forward concrete decisions, commitments and outcomes that bring measurable, lasting change to global situations.
Think-Film impact campaigns have, among other achievements, advocated for Syria peace-building through platforming heroic medical leader Dr. Amani with international human rights prizes (Oscar-nominated “The Cave” National Geographic 2019), accelerated European chemicals protection to a full PFAS ban (“Dark Waters” Participant Media 2020), changed the European conversation on artificial intelligence to a human-centred approach (“iHUMAN” 2019) and removed toxic solvents from Apple’s smartphone production (“Complicit” 2015).
Sisyfos Film Production is an independent production company based in Sweden that produces high-profile documentaries with a focus on collaborations with international and domestic directors that have a unique voice, a high artistic ambition, and share the passion for the art of cinematic storytelling. Sisyfos Film has produced critically acclaimed and award-winning films such as Scheme Birds, Merry Christmas, Yiwu and The Assembly. Coming up in 2021 are two new documentaries The Scars of Ali Boulala and How to Save a Dead Friend.