Dokufest 2022: the complete winners

    The winners of the 21st DokuFest have been announced as the festival has drawn to a close. Under the theme of ‘How to Survive…?’, 108 films, representing 58 countries, ran for awards in 8 competing categories. The festival saw the return to the physical format with the screenings of 272 films in more than 10 cinemas, workshops, panels, debates, masterclasses, exhibitions and a series of live music acts.

    DokuFest 2022 winners

    • Balkan Dox: Factory to the Workers (dir. Srđan Kovačević) – Croatia
    • International Feature Dox: Dry Ground Burning (dir. Adirley Queirós, Joana Pimenta)
    • Special Mention (International Feature Dox): The Eclipse (dir. Nataša Urban) – Norway
    • International Shorts Dox: Haulout (dir. Evgenia Arbugaeva, Maxim Arbugaeva) – UK, Russia
    • Special Mention (International Shorts Dox): I Am Trying to Remember (dir. Pegah Ahangarani) – Iran, Czech Republic
    • Human Rights Dox: Myanmar Diaries (dir. The Myanmar Film Collective) – Netherlands, Myanmar, Norway
    • Special Mention (Human Rights Dox): Children of the Mist (dir. Ha Le Diem) – Vietnam
    • Special Mention (Human Rights Dox): The New Greatness Case (dir. Anna Shishova) – Finland, Norway, Croatia
    • Green Dox: Foragers (dir. Jumana Manna) – Palestine
    • Truth: The Killing of a Journalist (dir. Matt Sarnecki) – Denmark, USA, Czech Republic
    • International Shorts: Will My Parents Come to See Me (dir. Mo Harawe) – Austria, Germany, Somalia
    • Special Mention (International Shorts): Love and Revenge (dir. Anhar Salem) – France
    • EFA Nomination: Memoir of a Veering Storm (dir. Sofia Georgovassili) – Greece
    • National Competition: Ka Me Kalu (dir. Flonja Kodheli) – Belgium

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