While No One is Watching
Welcome to the world of those fighting international paedophile rings
Ulla Lemberg attended the famous photography school of Professor Christer Stromholm in Stockholm, Sweden, in the mid-1960s. In the beginning of the 1970s, she became one of the first female Swedish media photographers and soon became known for her photographs that sought to make visible the everyday women of the world.
As one of Sweden´s best-known documentary photographers, Ulla focuses on social challenges, human rights issues and social developments.
Her work See Woman, Women of the World, Dear Child, I Want You to Know has been shown in over 30 countries around the world. We & Them is currently showing in Sweden.
Ulla has directed two documentary films about sexual abuse of children in Chile, The Witnesses and abandoned children in Moldova Where are My Mum and Dad? In collaboration with the Turkish film company Ajans 21, she also participated in making the award-winning documentary film Dialogues in the Dark.
David Herdies was born 1974 in Stockholm, Sweden. He has studied Media, Religion and Culture and has also done a post-graduate course in Arts and Culture at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.
David Herdies is one of the founders of Stockholm-based production company Momento Film. He has steadily produced creative documentaries on national and international level. His productions have been selected to festivals throughout the world, such as IDFA, Nordisk Panorama and Seminci. His latest films The Guerilla Son was nominated for Prix Europa 2012, and Give us the Money as part of the international cross media project Why Poverty?, was awarded one of the Peabody awards. He is currently producing award winning director Frida Kempffs film Mothers Without Children and Karin Ekbergs documentary film A Separation.
David Herdies is a board member of Tempo Documentary Festival and Filmcentrum Riks, and a member of Twelve for the Future (2009 & 2011) and EURODOC (2011) networks.