Krakow Film Festival 2024

CPH:DOX unveils over 200 films for full 2022 programme

More than 200 international documentaries have been unveiled to make up the 2022 CPH:DOX full programme. After two years of COVID-shutdown, CPH:DOX will also return to Danish cinemas, running as a hybrid festival with film screenings and industry events in Copenhagen from April 23 to May 3, 2022, and streaming in Denmark from April 1-10.

Thematically, CPH:DOX will explore three important tracks—Art, Science, and Society. Additionally, a number of new films featured go behind the news flow and provide new perspectives on the reality in Russia and Ukraine. The films Navalny, Holidays, and Outside have all been selected for the main competition Dox:Award. CPH:DOX will also screen the world premiere of Novorossiya, a new film focusing on the lives of people in Eastern Ukraine. The focus programme includes the acclaimed Sundance winner A House Made of Splinters, as well as a number of other films about Russia and Ukraine.

Furthermnore, the five competitions, that will all be evaluated by an international jury, are: Dox:Award, New:Vision, F:act Award, Nordic:Dox Award, and Next:Wave Award. The full competition line-up consists of 59 titles and features 39 world premieres, 16 international premieres and 4 European premieres.

Find the full programme and more information on all the 2022 CPH:DOX selectionsHERE

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