Artist and documentary filmmaker Sara Jordenö works with film and site-specific projects. She was recently named one of “10 Women Filmmakers to Watch” by Variety Magazine and European Film Promotion (EFP). Jordenö’s works are often portraits of and dialogues with marginalized groups. Documentary film Kiki premiered at Sundance International Film Festival and has since been shown in seventeen countries. Jordenö has been awarded many prizes for Kiki, among them the Teddy Award for Best Documentary at the Berlin International Film Festival, and the Kathleen Bryan Edwards Award for Human Rights at Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Her earlier projects have been exhibited at such institutions as Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Bildmuseet in Umeå, and MoMA PS1 and The Kitchen in New York City.