Modern Times Review #118
April 2022 | Modern Times Review
Modern Times Review: The European Documentary Magazine heads into May with a spotlight on longtime friends and partners DocAviv and Krakow Film Festival. But first, we look back at April 2022 with all our news and film reviews from the month.
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dok.incubator announces 8 selected projects for 2022 edition
First Docaviv 2022 titles announced; opening & Israeli competition
Behind the Headlines
Director: Daniel Andreas Sager
An intimate insight into a government-collapsing scandal.
How to Save a Dead Friend
Director: Marusya Syroechkovskaya
For many young Russians, anyone older than 30 is a cunt.
My Old Man
Director: Steven Vit
After following the ‘well-proven path’ of holding a job with the same company for a lifetime, everything is about to change - Rudy retires.
Director: Luca Gennari, Enrico Parenti
A brand new film from the grey zone of war in Donetsk, on Ukraine's eastern front, where war has been raging for years.
Director: Anna Giralt Gris
In her feature doc Robin Bank, director Anna Giralt Gris goes searching for Catalan activist Enric Duran, who lives in hiding after he «stole» almost 500 000 Euros to expose the banks’ unethical practices.
Director: Marcos Pimentel
A dreamlike celebration of street art and protest in the heart of Belo Horizonte, Brazil’s 6th largest city.
The Caviar Connection
Director: Benoît Bringer
How autocracies find their way to undermine democratic institutions
Director: Nataša Urban
How a dark past remains in the present.