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MEMORY is an independent consumer-facing production company specializing in developing and producing high quality feature films, television and digital content on a global scale for a discerning and savvy international audience. Focused on discovering and mentoring new talent as well as collaborating with established filmmakers, MEMORY creates innovative, thought-provoking entertainment distributed on a variety of new digital platforms. After producing Gia Coppola’s debut feature PALO ALTO (James Franco, Emma Roberts), and M Blash’s THE WAIT (Chöle Sevigny, Jenna Malone) respectively, Sebastian Pardo and Riel Roch-Decter teamed up to found MEMORY in 2014 . Since then the duo have produced and released the feature length documentary LIFE AFTER DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 chronicling the reunion of the dance-punk band Death From Above 1979, as well as executive producing Celia Rowlson-Hall’s debut feature film MA which premiered at the 2015 Venice Film Festival and won the Breakthrough Audience Award at the 2015 AFI Film Festival. In 2016 MEMORY, premiered Carson Mell’s debut feature ANOTHER EVIL at SXSW Film Festival, Dean Fleischer-Camp’s FRAUD at Hot Docs, and Theo Anthony’s RAT FILM at Locarno. MEMORY was named one of Filmmakers Magazine 25 New Faces of Independent Film 2016.
- Automatic at Sea (Narrative Feature) - 2017
- Rat Film (Documentary Feature) - 2017
- FRAUD (Documentary Feature) - 2016
- Another Evil (Narrative Feature) - 2016
- David (Narrative Series) - 2016
- MA (Narrative Feature) - 2015
- Actress (Narrative Short) - 2015
- Hang Loose (Narrative Short) - 2015
- Life After Death From Above 1979 (Documentary Feature) - 2014
- Mountain Low (Narrative Short) - 2014