MAKEDOX: On a mission to share and promote creative documentary films and art, MakeDox celebrates its 10th edition.

Bianca-Olivia Nita
Bianca-Olivia Nita
Bianca is a freelance journalist and documentary critic. She is a regular contributor to Modern Times Review.
Published date: August 18, 2019

MakeDox, the festival for socially engaged cinema and documentary film, was established in Skopje in 2010 with the mission to share and promote creative documentary films and art. With its 10th edition occurring 21-28 August 2019, Modern Times Review spoke with the festival’s Artistic Director, Petra Seliskar.

Speaking about the 2019 festival, can you tell us what the overall theme of 2019’s edition is?
This year we celebrate our 10th anniversary and we chose co-production as a theme because it is something very rare in the region. We invited producers and funders from the region – from Slovenia to Greece – to try to find a way to co-finance docs within the region.

Regarding the program, the only focus is on Eastern Europe and the fall of the Berlin Wall, because this year is its 30th anniversary. We picked eight films from different periods approaching subjects such as why the wall was there in the first place, why did it fall, and discussing what remains from the legacy of what was there and is now gone.

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