A lucid take on a relevant topic of today’s Europe : borders between states, fences between people, and hurdles in the everyday family lives of many. Inventively using animation and documentary images and traveling as the narrative device of the whole film, the story unfolds through the intriguing dialogues between mother and daughter in an appealing manner. RADA ŠEŠIČ, Sarajevo film festival programmer
Mama Europa is by no means a sentimental film. It’s a warm, generous and often funny film depicting different generations and their stories related to borders… Does a child have a more honest and authentic kind of access to the world? Not necessarily. Can the child be used in a film to bring forth something a grown-up cannot? Yes, it seems so when watching Mama Europa.DOX European documentary magazine WILLEMIEN SANDERS
The content is fantastic and my God we need a film like this nowadays.”
Carmen Cobos, producer
Your film is just brilliant, your best ever. I loved it so much.
Fabrizio Grosoli Programmer Trieste Film Festival
I love you for what you are doing There is such a warm heartedness in your film — even if it is all about politics! I just love it!
Christina Hosha, Producer