Modern Times Review #92

Industry News Round Up | September 17 - 24


Documentary News


Ji.hlava announces first details as it sets to return to cinemas for 25th edition

In line with tradition, Ji.hlava IDFF will offer classical and experimental creative documentary cinema and themed retrospectives.


Doclisboa announces opening/closing sessions; early programme highlights

The 19th edition of Doclisboa (21-31 October) launches with the motto of resistance, through a double bill reflecting on the continuity of struggle.


Romanian documentary filmmaker critically beaten covering illegal logging

The attack took place in a forest in Cosna, Suceava County, and was carried out with axes and forks.


Nordisk Panorama welcomes Polish Docs as guest country delegation

For the second time since 1994, Poland has been welcomed to the Nordisk Panorama Forum.


IDFA announces first 2021 selections from Guest of Honour and Lifetime Achievements Recipients

IDFA has just announced the first films selected for its 34th edition, held between 17 - 28 November on location in Amsterdam.


Nordisk Panorama 2021: The complete winners

Of 62 nominated Nordic short and documentary films, the jury members and audiences of the 32nd Nordisk Panorama have now chosen the winners of its five competition sections.


Phie Ambo: Art as activism. Activism as art

On Sunday, 19 November, a masterclass with Danish filmmaker and activist Phie Ambo occurred as part of the Nordisk Panorama's industry market events.


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