Like the festival (which kicks off May 31), Krakow Industry will be online in 2020, and offers up a wide range of opportunities to collaborate with the Polish doc industry.
Doclisboa joint directors reveal plans for a “new format” that will offer “six different moments’ between October 2020 and March 2021.
Main prize to Welcome to Chechnya, making it automatically eligible for Best Feature Doc Oscar® consideration. At festival end on 28 May, 167 films sold out and 82,686 free tickets…
He replaces Marion Döring who has been head of the European Film Academy since 1996
International prize to Radu Ciorniciuc’s Acasa, My Home. German award to The Long March Home (Weina Zhao and Judith Benedikt). Horizonte award to Sandra Beerends’ They Call Me Babu.
Former IDFA senior programmer Martijn te Pas has made the most of corona lockdown, deciding to launch a new documentary consultancy out of Stockholm. He explains all to Business Doc…
Al Jazeera Short Pitch awards two projects, doubling prize money to US $100k
Tone Grøttjord-Glenne talks about her documentary All That I Am, a story of pain, strength, resilience and hope, world-premiering in Toronto.
Greek director Menios Carayannis’ FIPRESCI Award-winning documentary eschews the spoken word to enable us better to listen and to observe.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that culture events equate to free food. And if you are organised enough, you can feast very happily on both.
In Katerina Patroni’s moving and profound The Fourth Character, selected for International Competition, three Athenians each reflect on the emotional complexities within their seemingly simple lives.
Icelandic filmmaker Yrsa Roca Fannberg’s feature-length documentary shows life on a remote sheep farm, all set within a wider continuum of birth and rebirth.
The road they take may be ‘one less travelled by’, but Czech disabled band The Tap Tap pack as much energy and vitality into their performances (and their lives in general) as any Mick, Jimi or Slash combo.
The premise may seem ludicrous, a modern-day prophet guided by aliens, but Yoav Shamir takes his subject seriously, and even questions whether the back stories of more famous prophets (Jesus/Moses et al) aren’t just as fanciful.
Like the festival (which kicks off May 31), Krakow Industry...