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Modern Times Review @ Doclisboa
6 - 16 October, 2022
Lisbon becomes the centre of the documentary world as the 20th edition of Doclisboa is set to kick off. And, as always, it seeks to imagine reality through new cinematic forms of perception, reflection and action, placing filmmaking into dialogue with its history to question the present of cinema.
The 2022 Doclisboa runs from 6 to 16 October 2022.
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Ahead of its 20th edition, Modern Times Review once again speaks with its Doclisboa Director Miguel Ribiero on its role in the wider industry landscape, its 2022 focus on colonialism, and more.
Director: Philip Scheffner
Philip Scheffner's foray into fiction varies the game of visible and invisible until dreams and reality fuse.
Director: Erika Etangsalé
The French colonial crimes in Réunion island are slowly brought to light.
Director: Sergei Loznitsa
The patience necessary on the path to freedom.
Director: Nataša Urban
How a dark past remains in the present.
Director: James Benning
A portrait of today’s USA through immaculately composed shots of landscape, cityscape and the spaces in between.
Director: Rachel Lears
Four young women of colour take the fight for a Green New Deal to Congress.