In 2023, the main competition of Porto/Post/Doc returns with ten feature films. Between documentary and fiction, this set of films enables an intercontinental journey through the contemporary diversity of social and political landscapes, allowing a panoramic look at our times.
International Competition Films
- Ciompi (dir. Agnès Perrais) – France
- Bye Bye Tiberias (dir. Lina Soualem) – France, Belgium, Palestine, Qatar
- In the Rearview (dir. Maciek Hamela) – Poland, France, Ukraine
- The Echo (dir. Tatiana Huezo) – Mexico, Germany
- Landshaft (dir. Daniel Kötter) – Germany, Armenia
- To Books And Women I Sing (dir. María Elorza) – Spain
- Up The River With Acid (dir. Harald Hutter) – France
- Between Revolutions (dir. Vlad Petri) – Romania, Croatia, Qatar, Iran
- While the Green Grass Grows (dir. Peter Mettler) – Switzerland, Canada
- Anqa (dir. Helin Çelik) – Austria, Spain
Celebrating 50 Years of Hip-Hop
To commemorate Hip-Hop’s 50th year, the festival’s special selection features documentaries that go beyond the beats and flows. Titles like Style Wars and Nas: Time is Illmatic offer historical perspective, while films such as Lil Peep: Everybody’s Everything present a modern lens into the genre’s evolution. From the role of independent radio in Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives to the critical study of trap music, the line-up promises a rich, multi-faceted understanding of Hip-Hop culture.