dok.incubator announces 8 selected projects for 2022 edition

    This week, dok.incubator has just announced the 8 selected projects for its 2022 workshop. The rough-cut training will bring films from Europe, USA, and South Korea together with international editors, producers, and sales representatives over the upcoming six months, preparing them for festival premiers in 2023.

    dok.incubator 2022 projects

    • Blix (dir. Greta Stocklassa) – Czech Republic, Germany, Sweden
      The photos in Hans Blix’s apartment reveal that this seemingly common Swedish pensioner stood in the epicenter of geopolitical turning points that impacted the politics of today.
    • Between Revolutions (dir. Vlad Petri) – Romania, Hungary, Iran
      Two women, former university classmates and friends, one Romanian and one Iranian are writing letters to each other, reflecting on their lives and the events they go through, between two revolutions that changed their lives and societies forever.
    • Who I Am Not (dir. Tunde Skovran) – USA, Germany
      As a national beauty queen, Sharon Rose Khumalo lives a life most South African young women only dream of, until her secret is revealed: she’s intersex.
    • A Sad and Vulgar Loner (dir. Efthymia Zymvragaki) – Spain, Germany
      What happens when an abusive man speaks out, positioning himself as a critic of violence?
    • Pure Unknown (dir. Mattia Colombo, Valentina Cicogna) – Italy
      Finding the identity of an undocumented body requires human resources, logistics, time, and money.
    • My Missing Aunt (dir. Juyeon Yang) – South Korea
      The night before the college graduation, Juyeon, the director, discovers that her dad had a sister who had committed suicide. After meeting with her aunt’s friends, Juyeon believes that the testimony that her aunt killed herself is no longer reliable.
    • The Boy and the Suit of Lights (dir. Inma de Reyes Casas) – UK, USA
      Borja is being raised with his younger brother Erik by their single mother Raquel in Castellón de La Plana, a small coastal town in Spain where he questions his future and examine his own hopes and dreams.
    • Man of Marble (dir. Szymon Kuriata) – Poland
      Magda and Remik got connected by adolescent love, then blown over by adulthood. They seem to be a happy family for a while, but then the old habits kick in again.

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