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REPORT: Thessaloniki Documentary Festival 2021

Cineuropa is covering the 23rd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival live with reviews, interviews, news...

REPORT: Thessaloniki Documentary Festival 2021
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24 articles available in total starting from 04/02/2021. Last article published on 06/07/2021.

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Review: The Fourth Window

Review: The Fourth Window

In his documentary, Yair Qedar offers an in-depth look at the life and work of late Israeli literary powerhouse Amos Oz  

06/07 | Docaviv 2021

Magaluf Ghost Town wins at the 23rd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

Magaluf Ghost Town wins at the 23rd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

On the Other Side and Landscapes of Resistance have received the other Golden Alexanders in their respective sections at the end of the hybrid edition of the festival  

05/07 | Thessaloniki Documentary 2021 | Awards

Review: The Count

Review: The Count

Jon Blåhed puts his fingers in too many pies, losing his protagonist along the way  

02/07 | Thessaloniki Documentary 2021

Review: Porno Uncle Jim

Review: Porno Uncle Jim

Director Stephan Bookas zooms in on JJ Proferes, dubbed the "sultan of an X-rated empire"  

01/07 | Thessaloniki Documentary 2021

The Thessaloniki Documentary Festival’s Agora announces this year’s laureates

The Thessaloniki Documentary Festival’s Agora announces this year’s laureates

An avalanche of awards has rained down on some of the participants in the hybrid version of Thessaloniki’s documentary-focused industry strand  

30/06 | Thessaloniki Documentary 2021 | Agora/Awards

Review: Through the Window Glass, Three Acts

Review: Through the Window Glass, Three Acts

Greek director Christos Barbas' film documents two months in a locked-down nursing home for the elderly during the first wave of the pandemic, and is an enjoyable watch with a humane message  

28/06 | Thessaloniki Documentary 2021

Review: Sediments

Review: Sediments

Adrián Silvestre accompanies six transsexuals on a journey into rural Spain, where their different personalities, desires and conflicts gradually come to light while they live side by side  

10/06 | Málaga 2021

Adrián Silvestre  • Director of Sediments

Interview: Adrián Silvestre • Director of Sediments

“There are so many clichés in films on transsexual topics”

The Spanish filmmaker breaks down various aspects of his second feature, starring six trans women on the road, which is competing in the documentary section of the 24th Málaga Film Festival  

08/06 | Málaga 2021

Thessaloniki’s Pitching Forum unveils its selection

Thessaloniki’s Pitching Forum unveils its selection

The co-producing and co-financing platform of the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival has selected 14 projects from Southeastern Europe and the Mediterranean Basin  

01/06 | Thessaloniki Documentary 2021 | Agora

Thessaloniki announces its Agora Docs in Progress titles

Thessaloniki announces its Agora Docs in Progress titles

The ten participating projects from Southeastern Europe and the Mediterranean region will be in with a chance of winning one of the Agora Docs in Progress post-production awards  

01/06 | Thessaloniki Documentary 2021 | Agora

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