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    Sarajevo Film Festival sets documentary competition for 27th edition

    16 films have been announced making up the 27th Sarajevo Film Festival Documentary Competition. The festival, which runs 13 - 20 August, will feature...
    BIOGRAPHY: The Fourth Window (dir: Yair Qedar) The dark side behind the international success story of Ams Oz, a symbol of the Israeli conscience and literary superstar
    FAMILY: Children of The Enemy (dir: Gorki Glaser-Müller) European governments still refuse to repatriate their state members, including their children
    LIFE: Echoes of the Invisible (dir: Steve Elkins) All things seen and unseen are connected despite a world of noise and division, even if on Earth’s most extreme environments.
    CAPITALISM: The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel (dir: Joel Bakan, …) Essential viewing for the coming global revolution.
    FASCISM: Our Beds Are Burning (dir: Igal Bursztyn) Since the beginnings of the 20th Century, fascist ideals have emerged from many places one may not expect.
    CONTROL: Users (dir: Natalia Almada) A dystopic visual essay reflecting on the filmmaker’s children’s future in a technological world.
    The Mole Agent-Maite Alberdi

    The years to come

    SOCIETY: Maite Alberdi's film cleverly touches on a delicate theme and invites us with compassion and tenderness to reflect on isolation, the rigours of patriarchal society, and the organisation of work and family.
    Her Mothers-documentary-featured

    At home in another Europe

    CONTROL: In increasingly authoritarian Hungary, two women face several hardships in their adoption of a young Roma child.
    Slow News-documentary-featured

    Information crises – a way of no return

    JOURNALISM: When democracy bases start to vanish.
    Woman-documentary-featured

    Women of the world – united on film

    SOCIETY: Woman is the sequel to Yann Arthus-Bertrand's panoramic portrait of humanity, this time focusing on the female part of the world's population.
    Caught in the Net-MTR-featured

    Playing in the online dark

    ABUSE: In a radical psychosocial experiment, the scope of online child abuse in the Czech Republic is uncovered.
    exemplary behaviour-featured

    Elegy for the imprisoned

    REHABILITATION: In viewing Vilnius prisoners serving life sentences, Exemplary Behaviour examines the paradox between justice and forgiveness.
    Celebrated award winners added to Dokufest jubilee lineup DokuFest adds thirteen hand-picked festival favourites and award-winning films for its hailed «View From The World» section. The section, which includes #Sundance, #Berlinale and...
    Dokufest announces jubilee edition competition films Dokufest, running 6 - 14 August, has announced its 20th anniversary edition competition programme which will screen across the historic city of #Prizren, #Kosovo...
    Cannes Docs - Marché du film announces 2021 docs-in-progress award winners The 2021 #Cannes Docs# - Marché du film docs-in-progress awards have been handed out. The awards come as part of Cannes Docs central Doc...
    Baltic Sea Docs announces 18 selected projects for its 25th workshop Baltic Sea Forum for Documentaries (Baltic Sea Docs) has chosen the selected projects for its 25th edition running 1 - 12 September. Focused on projects...
    Sarajevo Film Festival tributes Wim Wenders with 27th Heart of Sarajevo Award The 27th Sarajevo Film Festival, 13 - 20 August 2021, tributes #Wim Wenders# with the Honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award and honoured with a...
    Docaviv 2021: The complete winners The 23rd #Docaviv announced its winners on the 7 July award ceremony. Though scheduled to run in hybrid until 10 July, due to the...
    Cannes Docs - Marché du Film announces full Doc Day programme Doc Day, the special, day long celebration of non-fiction filmmaking, is the central #Cannes Docs# - Marché du Film event. This year, on 13...
    Dokufest announces first films of 20th jubilee edition Kosovo's #Dokufest has begun announcing its programme for its 2021 jubilee edition. This, the 20th edition of the festival, runs 6 - 14 August...
    EDITORIAL: The new anarchists Can a film director combine both freedom and solidarity?
    TIFF: «Out of 11 bioregions in the European Union, Romania has 5. More than any other country» Modern Times Review speaks with Wild Romania director Dan Dinu ahead of the epic nature documentary's world premiere.
    SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGIST: Freedom, equality and sisterhood With topics such as forced marriage, child marriage, rape, and honour killings, Professor Unni Wikan has studied people all her life, but not least – the Muslim. She has had to avoid that.
    CANNES DOCS: «We're born storytellers» International Film Initiative of Bangladesh President Samia Zaman speaks with Modern Times Review on documentary from Bangladesh and the 2021 Cannes Docs - Marché du Film South Asia Showcase.
    DOCAVIV: «It is important for us to give a voice to different film forms and storytelling» Artistic Director Karin Rywkind Segal on the festival's 23rd edition.
    TAIWAN: The new tendencies of Taiwanese documentary
    A creative mixture of documentary, animation, and experimental approaches, offers a spectrum of contemporary Taiwan’s lived realities.
    CPH:DOX: Change Makers: important topics, varying quality
    The non-competitive «Change Makers» section presented critical works provoking a wave of necessary discussions in society.
    HEALTHCARE: The Care Crisis (auth: Emma Dowling) Is reinstalling empathy the only fix to society's current crisis of caring.
    GENRE: The Process Genre. Cinema and the Aesthetic of Labor (auth: Salomé Aguilera Skvirsky) In a deliciously written book, Salomé Aguilera Skvirsky delineates, dissects, and names a visual genre we are all familiar with but have not yet learned to appreciate its full potential and implications.
    GENDER: Good Wife, Wise Mother (auth: Anne-Stine Johnsbråten) An exclusive insight into the different roles Japanese women play in society.
    ART: Conflictual Aesthetics: Artistic Activism and the Public Sphere (auth: Oliver Marchart) Though many of today's patrons use art as a giant advertising pillar, what can art still do when politicians lie?
    MEDIA: The Media Manifesto (auth: Justin Schlosberg, …) Profiling, information control, behavior-regulating nudges and the sale of personal data should prove to be the reality, rather than the realisation of the internet as a publicist network.
    LATE MODERNITY: The Uncontrollability of the World (auth: Hartmut Rosa) People today are gaining more and more control over their surroundings – but are losing touch with the world. Where is the limit for measurements, quality assurances, quantifications and bureaucratic routines?
    COVID-19: Everything Must Change!: The World after Covid-19 (auth: Renata Avila, …) A gathering of influential voices from around the world to weigh in on the progressive possibilities in the wake of COVID-19.
    DOK.REVUE: Women on Women (auth: Barbora Baronová) A reflection on women documentarians inspired by Barbora Baronová’s book Women on Women.
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