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Modern Times Review #96
Modern Times Review @ Doclisboa
Doclisboa wants to question the present of film, bringing along its history and assuming cinema as a mode of freedom. By refusing the categorization of film practice, it searches for the new problematics that cinematic image implies, in its multiple ways of engagement with the contemporary. Doclisboa tries to be a place to imagine reality through new modes of perception, reflection, and possible new forms of action.
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Doclisboa Co-Director Miguel Ribeiro on the challenges, trends, and current Doclisboa experience.
Director: Theo Anthony
In the new golden age of surveillance, the blind spots are all around us.
Director: Srdjan Kovacevic
Under Tito's watchful eye, a post-Socialist dream of workers' ownership is put to the capitalist test.
Director: Robin Petré
The relationship between humans and animals of the oceans is threatened by climate change and ever more frequent violent storms.
Director: Marta Popivoda
An unorthodox documentary on the exceptional journey of one of Serbia's first female partisans, who helped lead the resistance in Auschwitz.
Director: Elisabeth Perceval, Nicolas Klotz
Eternal human tales of suffering told as a shamanic journey.
Director: Avi Mograbi
An insight into how a foreign occupation works and the logic behind it.
Director: Knutte Wester
Rejected by society on its government-controlled streets, anonymous rappers seek the sounds of Tehran for both production and inspiration.