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  • Future Remains

  • Original Title:
  • Future Remains
  • Screening Time:
  • Year:
  • 2020

  • Future Remains is an amusing and emotionally engaging film about an idealists’ vision for the future. The Nordic Union of 2030 is a society of sustainable living, sharing economy and social equality –in essence how our society would look like if we as humans suddenly became good. But who was this idealist and what was he trying to tell us? And how does his visions resonate with us today?

    Director’s Statement: By remaking Henrik’s vision for the year 2030 I want to take the viewer on an amusing, visually attractive and emotionally engaging journey where we reflect on the challenges and potential of our contemporary society from a human perspective. The fictional scenes will have the visual style of a reportage from 1980 but include typical phenomena from our time. The viewer will be the one to put the pieces together. Things might have a funny name, for example Teda – an abbreviation from the Swedish words “telefon” and “dator” but actually it’s what we know today as Internet.

  • Director:
  • Anna-Karin Grönroos
  • Genre:
  • Documentary
  • Duration:
  • TBC
  • Status:
  • In Production
  • Country:
  • Finland
  • Production Company:
  • Parad
    Oskar Forstén
  • Sales Company:
  • Available
  • About the Director:
    Born in Helsinki is 1980, Anna-Karin Grönroos has worked as a screenwriter, director and producer of documentaries and factual tv-series since 2003.  Her first one-hour-long documentary Ecopolis China premiered at IDFA in 2013 and was awarded a Finnish State Prize for Cinema and for Best Political Documentary at Aegan Docs 2014. 
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  • Future Remains Image
  • Future Remains

  • Future Remains
  • Year:
  • 2020

  • Director:
  • Anna-Karin Grönroos
  • Genre:
  • Documentary
  • Duration:
  • TBC
  • Status:
  • In Production
  • Country:
  • Finland
  • Production Company:
  • Parad
    Oskar Forstén
  • Sales Company:
  • Available
  • Future Remains is an amusing and emotionally engaging film about an idealists’ vision for the future. The Nordic Union of 2030 is a society of sustainable living, sharing economy and social equality –in essence how our society would look like if we as humans suddenly became good. But who was this idealist and what was he trying to tell us? And how does his visions resonate with us today?

    Director’s Statement: By remaking Henrik’s vision for the year 2030 I want to take the viewer on an amusing, visually attractive and emotionally engaging journey where we reflect on the challenges and potential of our contemporary society from a human perspective. The fictional scenes will have the visual style of a reportage from 1980 but include typical phenomena from our time. The viewer will be the one to put the pieces together. Things might have a funny name, for example Teda – an abbreviation from the Swedish words “telefon” and “dator” but actually it’s what we know today as Internet.

  • About the Director:
    Born in Helsinki is 1980, Anna-Karin Grönroos has worked as a screenwriter, director and producer of documentaries and factual tv-series since 2003.  Her first one-hour-long documentary Ecopolis China premiered at IDFA in 2013 and was awarded a Finnish State Prize for Cinema and for Best Political Documentary at Aegan Docs 2014.