Documentary Round-Up: April 2023
Modern Times Review in April 2023
Modern Times Review concludes April 2023 at the goEast Film Festival before heading to Belgrade, for Beldocs. May sees a slew of events from Krakow Film Festival and Docaviv to Dok.fest Munchen and Cannes Docs. Where will we see you in May?
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CIRCLE Women Doc Accelerator brings four films to Cannes Docs
London Film School launches MA in Documentary Filmmaking programme
goEast announces festival jury, sets final programme for 2023 festival
IDFA announces Amsterdam cinema for year-round documentary activities
DOK.fest München connects formats to audiences with new international conference
DocAviv announces 2023 Israeli competition, further festival details
Director: Alberto Martín Menacho
In a small village in southern Spain, where modernity and tradition coexist, a study investigates the interconnection between humans and animals.
Behind the Lines
Director: Alaa Amer, Alisar Hasan
A female cartoonist's courageous, spirited view of suffering in war-torn Idlib.
Blix Not Bombs
Director: Greta Stocklassa
Former UN Secretary-General Hans Blix's fact-finding mission in Iraq became an issue of war and peace, with his words becoming the most crucial for those trying to stop it.
ChatGPT – an impersonal paradigm shift?
by: Truls Lie
Is it only now that, with new technology such as ChatGPT, individualism is about to change?
Festival Report: CPH:DOX INTER:ACTIVE 2023
by: Steve Rickinson
CPH:DOX INTER:ACTIVE 2023 presented seventeen immersive non-fiction across VR, AR, gaming, and Interactive Storytelling.
The case of Dominic Ongwen
by: Sevara Pan
Victim or perpetrator? 'Theatre of Violence' shines light on the problematic dichotomy in the Ongwen case.