goEast Film Festival 2023
Modern Times Review @ goEast Film Festival
Over the course of seven festival days, goEast presents the full range of Central and Eastern European filmmaking in Wiesbaden and additional locations around the Rhine-Main region, in a programme featuring current trends, new positions and film-historical rarities, always within the context of discourse regarding socio-political concerns, cinema aesthetics and film theory.
goEast takes place from 26 April to 2 May 2023
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goEast announces festival jury, sets final programme for 2023 festival
goEast announces opening film, competition titles for 2023 festival
«Powerful documentaries about hot news topics stand alongside psychedelic Hungarian and Estonian animation»
Exploring the role of the goEast Film Festival among the crowded continental documentary landscape, insights into what it has on offer, and more.
Director: Inna Sahakyan
A harrowing, engrossing story of Aurora Mardiganian who finds herself in the throes of the Armenian genocide.
Director: Ihor Ivanko
A Ukrainian filmmaker turns to a forgotten photo archive as his grandfather’s memory starts fading away.
Director: Alexander Mihalkovich, Hanna Badziaka
An insight into the militarisation of Belarusian society.
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.