Documentary: Chronology and remembrance How do you portray the world of a person suffering from forgetfulness?
There is no excuse to wait till tomorrow. The documentary Tomorrow presents constructive solutions to the world’s environmental issues.
Werner Herzog explores and challenges the net – as the dreamy documentarist he continues to be.
The Day the Sun Fell describes the consequences of the nuclear bomb in Japan, as told through the film maker’s own family history. A national trauma which remains connected with stigmatising and lack of knowledge in the Land of the Rising Sun.
A revealing documentary about Kadyrov’s Chechnya, or a propaganda film in favour of Putin’s Russia? The latter, says our reviewer.
With its excessive simplicity, the cinema documentary and multimedia project Human is able to bring us a little closer together.
CONCERNING VIOLENCE. Director: Göran Hugo Olsson. Photography: Stig Holmqvist, Per Källberg, Leyla Assaf Tengroth et.al.
Concerning violence is one of the best films I have even seen on repression and rebellion.
Modern Times Documentary: Some 5.4 million dead. Hundreds of thousands of women raped, and millions forced out of their homes. These are just some of the consequences of the Congolese mineral conflict in the last ten or twenty years.
The exhibition A Grin without a Cat currently displayed at Kunstnernes Hus in Oslo bears a reflected, historical witness to the revolutionary movements of the 1960s and '70s, through the camera lens of French film maker Chris Marker.
Craig Baldwin is not dead yet. The high priest of found-footage free association has made a three-decade career of imploding the very notion of the documentary form. Thomas Logoreci gets the California-born iconoclast to reveal the imaginative method behind his chaotic collage creations.