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CPH:DOX brings together some of the most groundbreaking and thought-provoking documentaries from around the world. With a focus on innovative storytelling and a dedication to exploring the most pressing issues of our time, CPH:DOX offers a unique and inspiring platform for filmmakers and audiences alike.
CPH:DOX takes place from 15 to 26 March 2023
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A Taste of Whale
Director: Vincent Kelner
Activists and locals clash during the traditional Faroe Islands pilot whale hunt.
Director: Theo Montoya
For the young, queer community of Medellín, the injustices of colonial heritage consistently intertwine with the brutality of today's global liberal capitalism.
Director: Kristy Guevara-Flanagan
Exploring the female body in Hollywood by tracing the making of sex scenes, the toll it takes on those involved, and what it means for women in the real world.
Ciné-Guerrillas: Scenes from the Labudović Reels
Director: Mila Turajlić
In a documentary diptych, Mila Turajlić examines the birth of the Non-Aligned Movement via an expansive unexplored archive of former Tito cameraman Stevan Labudović.
Dry Ground Burning
Director: Adirley Queirós, Joana Pimenta
The hybrid Dry Ground Burning follows an all-female gang who roam one of Brazil’s biggest favelas selling cheap fuel.
Elfriede Jelinek - Language Unleashed
Director: Claudia Müller
By focusing on her artistic approach to language, the complex and multi-layered Nobel laureate also reveals the deep contradictions of her native Austria.
Director: Jumana Manna
The petty politics of Palestinian persecution – seen through the lens of age-old traditions of foraging for medicinal herbs.
Matter Out of Place
Director: Nikolaus Geyrhalter
Following waste across the planet and the endless struggle of people to gain control over it.
Director: Eva Weber
One of the longest-serving German chancellors ever, Angela Merkel's eventful tenure as a woman in a bastion of masculinity made her an anchor for Europe.
My Imaginary Country
Director: Patricio Guzmán
Patrizio Guzmán´s documentary offers one of the rare elements of hope in global politics.
The Etilaat Roz
Director: Abbas Rezaie
Following the team behind the most widely circulated daily newspaper in Kabul as it is recaptured by the Taliban.
The Hamlet Syndrome
Director: Elwira Niewiera, Piotr Rosolowski
The young Ukrainian generation, scarred by war, prepares a play based on the motifs of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
The Killing of a Journalist
Director: Matt Sarnecki
Uncovering a vast corruption network at the highest levels of Slovak society.
The Natural History of Destruction
Director: Sergei Loznitsa
Sergei Loznitsa’s sombre documentary re-examines the heavy bombing of British and German cities during World War Two, posing the question – ‘is it morally acceptable to kill civilian populations as a means of war?’