MEMORY (company)

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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[1]. 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[2] [3]. 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[4], 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[5]. In 2016 MEMORY, premiered Carson Mell’s debut feature ANOTHER EVIL at SXSW Film Festival[6], Dean Fleischer-Camp’s FRAUD at Hot Docs[7], and Theo Anthony’s RAT FILM at Locarno[8]. MEMORY was named one of Filmmakers Magazine 25 New Faces of Independent Film 2016[9].


  • 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


External Links[edit]

Official Website

MEMORY onInternet Movie Database


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