«I was born by the sea, I will stay by the sea, and I will be buried by the sea!» 14 year old Ahmad Jamal al Aqraa utters.
Two highlights of Doclisboa 2018 were documentaries from an often-overlooked category – the mid-length film.
Acting in the name of human rights has become a criminal act in France.
Europe‘s longest running film festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, introduces fresh talents and new voices in this year‘s festival, reflecting the dazzling multi-cultural composition of Edinburgh in the 21st century.
The period of waiting is over: The world calls for an uprising.
Anyone who believes that it can ever be morally justifiable for a country to support a tyrannical regime – even if it serves a government’s own short-term interests - should watch Hissène Habré: Prosecuting An Embarrassing Ally.
Mia Hansen-Løve’s latest film Things to Come depicts the way political engagement changes over time, and neatly joins her other films on family dynamics and relations. Here we take a look at her catalogue of films.
Exile and poverty hung as a shadow over the Cinéma du Réel short film festival
Modern man needs images that surpass our present clichés.
The French city Lussas gathered filmmakers, producers, critics and film-lovers to assess current documentary production, and to follow up its lineage to previous works. DoX’ Maria Tarantino looks at three films sharing the theme of «evil».
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