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Sundance 2020 / World Cinema Documentary Competition


6 articles available in total starting from 27/01/2020. Last article published on 06/02/2020.

Review: The Painter and the Thief

Review: The Painter and the Thief

Benjamin Ree has crafted a deceptive heist movie that paints a portrait of an unlikely friendship in Norway  

06/02 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Once Upon a Time in Venezuela

Review: Once Upon a Time in Venezuela

Against a backdrop of a politically divided Venezuela, Anabel Rodríguez Ríos shows two local titans making waves in the floating and forgotten village of Congo Mirador  

05/02 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Epicentro

Review: Epicentro

Hubert Sauper takes a sunny look at the island of Cuba and walks away from Sundance with the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary  

05/02 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Iryna Tsilyk  • Director of The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

Interview: Iryna Tsilyk • Director of The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

“For a documentary, you need to spend as much time as possible with the characters you portray”

We spoke to Ukrainian director and author Iryna Tsilyk after the world premiere of her debut full-length documentary, The Earth Is Blue as an Orange, at Sundance  

04/02 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

Review: The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

The documentary by Ukraine's Iryna Tsilyk, winner of the Best Director award in Sundance's World Cinema Documentary Competition, is an affectionate homage to subjects who are hungry for life  

04/02 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Acasă - My Home

Review: Acasă - My Home

Radu Ciorniciuc’s documentary challenges our preconceptions about home and family  

27/01 | Sundance 2020 | World Cinema Documentary Competition