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In the quest for love
(Silicone Soul)

Could you ever consider having a full-fledged relationship with a silicone doll? In Melody Gilbert’s thought-provoking documentary the relationship between humans and dolls is under exploration, and by watching it you‘re slowly entering into an exercise in human empathy.

Turning trauma into strength
(City of Joy)

The story of the safe haven that empowers women who have suffered sexual violence in Congo and the sisterhood this place creates.

Life without thought
(World Without Mind)

A past to present look at big tech’s influence over society and how we can fight their pervasive power.

Krzysztof Gierat

The Director of the Krakow Film Festival speaks about the current status of documentary films and what to watch in 2018.

From an underground artist to a pop icon

A fierce and vulnerable woman,Silvana is a portrait of a young musician with a powerful message and a personality difficult to define in plain words.

On the margins of truth and fiction
(Etgar Keret)

Etgar Keret: Based on a True Story is a biographical documentary about an amazing storyteller and his ability to find the extraordinary in everyday life.

Visions du Réel festival

Interview - Emilie Bujes

Kamenický Ondřej – One world

From September 2017 Ondrej Kamenicky became a new director of One World festival.

Mads Mikkelsen – CPH:Dox

Social experiments, nudity and methods to the madness – don’t miss this year’s edition of CPH:Dox.

Orestis Andreadakis – Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

Orestis Andreadakisv is a film critic , festival organizer and artistic director of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival (TIFF).