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Krakow Film Festival 2023
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The Krakow Film Festival is one of the oldest and most recognisable events devoted to documentary, animated, and short films. During the festival, audiences have a chance to see over 200 international films presented in various competition and non-competition sections.
The 63rd Krakow Film Festival takes place from 28 May to 4 June 2023 (on-site) and 2 to 18 June (online)
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Festival Director Krzystof Gierat on the role of the festival in the crowded continental landscape, the evolution of Polish documentary, and its continued focus on music documentaries.
Director: Alexander Mihalkovich, Hanna Badziaka
An insight into the militarisation of Belarusian society.
Director: Kimi Takesue
In the age of over-tourism, Onlookers asks what it is we seek when we travel?
Director: Juri Rechinsky, Pierre Crom
A compellingly grim account of the country's descent into war.
Director: Farnaz Jurabchian, Mohammadreza Jurabchian
The fortunes of three generations of an upper-middle-class Iranian family tracked across forty years of turbulent Iranian history.
Director: Margreth Olin
Life, death, nature, and presence amidst the primordial forces of the earth.
Director: Sergei Loznitsa
Sergei Loznitsa’s sombre documentary, The Natural History of Destruction, 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?’
Director: Veronika Lišková
It's more than icebergs and permafrost vanishing in the Arctic as a young anthropologist discovers in Svalbard, Norway.
Director: Alisa Kovalenko
An achingly tender film about growing up and a moving contemplation on life itself.