Dokufest programme-2020-featured

The 19th edition of Kosovo’s DokuFest has announced its full competition slate of documentaries to feature at the 2020 online-only festival. Running 7 – 25 August, DokuFest will feature its selections across a specially developed platform from Festival Scope and Shift72.

There will be 8 awards sections, where 51 countries will be represented across 90 films. For 2020, Dokufest also adds a new award competition, entitled TRUTH. This section highlights 8 films that tread the line between documentary and investigative journalism.

Below are the individual award sections and all participating films.

Balkan Dox
  • Homelands (dir. Jelena Makismović) – Serbia
  • Invisible to the Eye (dir. Zeynep Dadak) – Turkey
  • Once Upon a Youth (dir. Ivan Ramljak) – Croatia
  • Oroslan (dir. Matjaž Ivanišin) – Slovenia, Czech Republic
  • Outside The Oranges Are Blooming (dir. Nevena Desivojevic) – Serbia, Portugal
  • Phases of Matter (dir. Deniz Tortum) – Turkey
  • Speak So I Can See You (dir. Marija Stojnić) – Croatia, Serbia, Qatar
  • Tales From the Prison Cell (dir. Ábel Visky) – Croatia, Hungary
  • Then Comes the Evening (dir. Maja Novaković) – Serbia
  • The Infidel (dir. Nejra Latic Hulusic) – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • International Competition: Features

    • A Storm Was Coming (dir. Javier Fernández Vázquez) – Spain
    • Acasa, My Home (dir. Radu Ciorniciuc) – Romania, Germany, Finland
    • Bulletproof (dir. Todd Chandler) – United States
    • El Father Plays Himself (dir. Mo Scarpelli) – Venezuela, Italy, United Kingdom, United States
    • Mayor (dir. David Osit) – United States, United Kingdom
    • Mon Amour (dir. David Teboul) – France
    • Some Kind of Heaven (dir. Lance Oppenheim) – United States
    • The Metamorphosis of Birds (dir. Catarina Vasconcelos) – Portugal
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