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Sundance 2023 / World Cinema Documentary Competition

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14 articles available in total starting from 23/01/2023. Last article published on 30/01/2023.

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Review: 20 Days in Mariupol

Review: 20 Days in Mariupol

Mstyslav Chernov’s film tells of the first few horrific weeks of the Russian invasion, presenting us with footage of shelling, civilian deaths and the bombing of a maternity hospital  

30/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Iron Butterflies

Review: Iron Butterflies

Roman Liubyi’s documentary tells the story of how Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 crashed to earth in the Donetsk region in 2014, with 298 lives lost  

27/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Roman Liubyi • Director of Iron Butterflies

Interview: Roman Liubyi • Director of Iron Butterflies

“MH17 is, in my opinion, one of the reasons why a full-scale invasion began”

We chatted to the Ukrainian director about the background to his film devoted to investigating the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in the Donetsk region  

27/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Pianoforte

Review: Pianoforte

Jakub Piątek has crafted an elegant, tender, yet thrilling documentary about the participants in the famous International Chopin Piano Competition  

26/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Mstyslav Chernov • Director of 20 Days in Mariupol

Interview: Mstyslav Chernov • Director of 20 Days in Mariupol

“Mariupol has turned into a ghost city”

The Ukrainian journalist, writer and director gives us the low-down on his doc homing in on how the titular Ukrainian city experienced the first few weeks of the Russian invasion  

25/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Axel Danielson, Maximilien Van Aertryck • Directors of And the king said, what a FANTASTIC MACHINE

Interview: Axel Danielson, Maximilien Van Aertryck • Directors of And the king said, what a FANTASTIC MACHINE

“We live in an image society where the camera acts as an extension of our eyes”

The duo of Swedish directors talk about their feature-length documentary debut, an exploration of society’s obsession with cameras and imagery  

25/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: Is There Anybody Out There?

Review: Is There Anybody Out There?

In this touching doc, disabled filmmaker Ella Glendining narrates her life’s journey, and then widens the lens to find others like her  

25/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Lin Alluna • Director of Twice Colonized

Interview: Lin Alluna • Director of Twice Colonized

“We wanted to shake and hit and hug the audience with this film”

The Danish director discusses how she made her complex documentary in close collaboration with the protagonist, Aaju Peter  

25/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: And the king said, what a FANTASTIC MACHINE

Review: And the king said, what a FANTASTIC MACHINE

After the runaway success of their shorts, Axel Danielson and Maximilien Van Aertryck make their joint feature-length documentary debut with a film exploring our love of looking  

25/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: 5 Seasons of Revolution

Review: 5 Seasons of Revolution

In Lina’s affecting doc, ten years in the making, war is very much personal  

24/01 | Sundance 2023 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

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