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Docaviv 2019

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22 articles available in total starting from 06/11/2018. Last article published on 07/06/2019.

Docaviv announces Israeli Competition titles

Docaviv announces Israeli Competition titles

Yonatan Nir and Dani Menkin's Picture of His Life will open the 21st edition of Docaviv, set to take place from 23 May-1 June and screen over 120 films  

01/04/2019 | Docaviv 2019

Review: African Mirror

Review: African Mirror

BERLIN 2019: The feature debut by Swiss filmmaker Mischa Hedinger lifts the lid on how explorer René Gardi created a clichéd iconography of Africa and its native inhabitants  

22/02/2019 | Berlinale 2019 | Forum

Review: Shooting the Mafia

Review: Shooting the Mafia

BERLIN 2019: Documentary filmmaker Kim Longinotto recounts the history of the Sicilian mafia through the lens of famed Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia  

22/02/2019 | Berlinale 2019 | Panorama

Review: Midnight Traveler

Review: Midnight Traveler

BERLIN 2019: Shot on three smartphones, filmmaker Hassan Fazili’s raw documentary records the journey that he and his family undertook to flee the Afghan Taliban  

09/02/2019 | Berlinale 2019 | Panorama

Review: Transnistra

Review: Transnistra

Anna Eborn’s lyrical documentary tale of young love and independence has won big at both the Rotterdam and Göteborg Film Festivals  

04/02/2019 | IFFR 2019 | Big Screen Competition

Review: Honeyland

Review: Honeyland

Macedonian filmmakers Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov's documentary is a visually spectacular piece of cinéma vérité  

01/02/2019 | Sundance 2019 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: The Disappearance of My Mother

Review: The Disappearance of My Mother

Beniamino Barrese films a documentary about his mother, the combative and iconic 75-year-old feminist model Benedetta Barzini, who reflects on the power of images  

29/01/2019 | Sundance 2019 | World Cinema Documentary Competition

Review: ‘Now something is slowly changing’

Review: ‘Now something is slowly changing’

The winner of Best Dutch Documentary at the 31st edition of the IDFA confronts us with Western society’s collective search for meaning  

27/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Review: Los Reyes

Review: Los Reyes

This unusual documentary by Bettina Perut and Iván Osnovikoff focuses on two dogs in Santiago's oldest skate park  

26/11/2018 | IDFA 2018

Review: The Hidden City

Review: The Hidden City

Spanish director Víctor Moreno competes for the Giraldillo de Oro with a fascinating sensory journey, which focuses on an urban symphony of sounds and images  

15/11/2018 | Seville 2018

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