online and onsite from 6 to 14 August in Prizren, Kosovo
Each summer, DokuFest fills the cinemas and improvised screening venues around the historic city of Prizren with a selection of more than 200 hand-picked films from around the world, as well as attracting numerous international and regional music acts.
The 2021 edition of DokuFest will be held online and onsite from 6 to 14 August in Prizren, Kosovo. Find all information and tickets - HERE
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Director: Shengze Zhu
Wuhan, the epicenter of Covid-19, wakes up from its lockdown to continue its drive as a city of the future.
Director: Theo Anthony
In the new golden age of surveillance, the blind spots are all around us.
Director: Michal Weits
A personal connection draws light to the story behind how Israel obtained the land it sits on today.
Director: Gorki Glaser-Müller
European governments still refuse to repatriate their state members, including their children
Director: Aliaksei Paluyan
The brave and peaceful resistance from an underground theatre before and during the Belarusian presidential election protests.
Director: Abdallah Al Khatib
Gradually cut off, the civilians of the world’s largest Palestinian refugee camp organise themselves to resist starvation and despair.
Director: Pavel Borecký
An environmental timebomb ticks in one of the most water poor countries on Earth.
Director: Firouzeh Khosrovani
A single man wields enough power to uproot the living artifacts of his country’s collective history and memory.
Director: Marija Zidar
An age old Albanian tribal code forces a bereaved family to reconcile with their daughter’s murderer.
Director: Salomé Jashi
The daughter of a secular father and a devout mother tells the story reflective of the political events leading to the 1979 Iranian Revolution.
Director: Avi Mograbi
An insight into how a foreign occupation works and the logic behind it.
Director: Ousmane Samassekou
The acclaimed documentary whispers migrant dreams and nightmares on the edge of the Sahara.
Director: Marion Neumann
When the world seems to be falling apart, can the answers humanity need reside in the mushroom?
The New Gospel
Director: Milo Rau
Returning to the origins of the gospel and staging it as a passion play for the rights of migrants.
Director: Alba Sotorra Clua
A portrait of a group of Western women who pledged their lives to ISIS, but now want to return home to restart their lives.
Director: Tiha K. Gudac
Refugee deterrent border fences add to the already complicated relationship between the Croats and Slovenians of the Kupa region.
Director: Alina Gorlova
Fleeing one war and entering into another, the grief and uncertainty of one Syrian family beg the question: what drives a person to serve a country that doesn’t always appreciate the sacrifice?
Director: Sushmit Ghosh, Rintu Thomas
In a saturated media landscape dominated by men, India’s only newspaper run by Dalit women redefines what it means to be powerful.