Two highlights of Doclisboa 2018 were documentaries from an often-overlooked category – the mid-length film.
The new documentary by Marcus Lindeen tells the story of the 1973 Acali experiment and the surprising results that emerged from the 101 days at sea.
A magnificent documentary about the natural origins of what we consider to be man-made and the connection between man and nature.
Social experiments, nudity and methods to the madness – don’t miss this year’s edition of CPH:Dox.
Pamela Cohn writes about a new international platform for art and film. Works of this nature must be careful not to devolve into a metaphysical morass, a soupy incomprehensible mess,to the point of total disengagement.
American writer and filmmaker Harriette Yahr travelled to the world of food at CPh:DOX in Denmark.
The new:Vision Award is a competition for documentaries that are experimental innovative, reflective – but beyond the limits of reality. DOX’s Pamela Cohn participated.
Documentaries concerned with seeking new ways of expressions, sometimes created in a cooperative effort involving various art forms, are mostly living in obscurity.