Veton Nurkollari, artistic director of DokuFest, was invited to be part of two international juries for the DOK.fest Internaitonal Documentary Festival in Munich and Krakow Film Festival in Poland.
DOK.fest is the second largest documentary film festival in Germany to be held between May 08-15 in Munich. The international jury of DOK.fest consisting of Charlotte Selb – Director of Programming at Montreal International Documentary Festival; Chloé Jourdan -Festivals Manager at WIDE Management, Nicolas Humbert – Co- founder of the filmmaking co-operative ‘Der Andere Blick,’; Artem Zorin – Director of Porgramming at Saratov Filmfestival and Veton Nurkollari – Director of Programming DokuFest will award the best international documentary of this year´s DOK.fest.
Krakow Film Festival is one of the oldest film events dedicated to documentary, animated and short fiction films in Europe, organized every year since 1961. Veton Nurkollaritogether with renowned filmmaker Sergey Dvortsevoy, the Director of the European Film Academy Marion Döring, Documentary film director David Fischer and cinematographerJerzy Zielinski will choose the best International Documentary Film. This year Krakow Film Festival is marking its 53rd edition, to be held between May 26 – June 02.