DokuFest’s special 19th edition, held from the 7th of August until the 25th of August, came to an end.
Panel discussion held on Monday under DokuTalks brought together Marija Jovanović, Lana Nikolić, Eroll Bilibani, Alba Jakupi, Anja Jokić, Gent Thaçi, Olivera Mitić, and Katarina Čežek to talk about what together really means.
The son of the Russian film master makes a doc worthy of his father’s legacy.
DokuFest had the pleasure to have Altin Boshnjaku as the last artist performing on the festival’s virtual stage.
Acclaimed Cambodian director Rithy Panh takes viewers on a compelling disturbing and artistic study of the corrosive power of evil in human existence.
Zitroni and Sven Schwarz teamed-up on August 21st to transmit some of the festival sounds from Hamburg directly to Prizren, and worldwide.
The Nurkollari duo got out their amazing collection of Rock’n’Roll vinyl records and played them for one hour and twenty minutes.
Teesa Bahana, Linda Llulla-Gashi, Hanna Tsyba and Pooja Sood discussed the future of Cultural Collaboration.
ProCredit Bank this year continues the tradition of supporting DokuFest, as a general sponsor. This cooperation has started 16 years ago with the aim of strengthening the cultural scene and economic growth in Kosovo.
Orwa Nyrabia (IDFA), Cíntia Gil (Sheffield Doc/Fest), Veton Nurkollari (DokuFest), Shane Smith (Hot Docs) and Emilie Bujès (Visions du Réel) discussed the challenges and opportunities of shifting festivals to a virtual sphere.
Doc chronicle of unconventional filmmaking master William Friedkin.
August 17th’s DokuTalk panel discussion focused on the critical state of media in the Balkans.
Rare audio interviews with cinema master Stanley Kubrick foreground a dazzling selection of the late director’s most memorable movie moments.
Dana Ruh kicked off the evening of August 15th followed directly by Hajdar Berisha.
In the 7th edition of DokuTech Leke Zherka talked about Bonevet, while Rron Cena introduced Formon.
Agim Mazreku discussed this issue with: Monique Segarra, Mike Ewall, Rinora Gojani and Lulzim Syla.
Steve Michael, Max Kernmayer, and Drenique were the live acts of August 14th.
The story about two children who manage to get out of trouble…
In this heart-warming story about a child’s imaginative ways of dealing with death, two worlds are clashing together.
Regarding the story itself, it is almost as foggy as the enterios it’s playing in.
The topics that are covered in these short films are extremely diverse.
During the discussion, the speakers shared and exchanged knowledge and experiences regarding the artistic and journalistic approach to facts and truth, rewriting history, and the ties connecting the past to the present and the future.
Terminal is a mysterious story about an elderly lady…
The film doesn’t only address mysoginy, it shows the consequences of its acceptance.
This finely woven story speaks of the abuse of power and hypocrisy in a society…
Can a person just return to the society? What about the stigma, does it stay forever?
Serner and O’Shea’s conversation tackled a series of steps to adopt to embrace a world beyond 2020, also referred to as “the new normal”.
This film is another example of a lyrical examination of people’s interaction with the environment.
Ivan Ramljak’s Once Upon a Youth is the filmmaker’s personal journey into the reconstruction of his youth friendship…
Mayor is an important and timely film.
All very inspiring stories and messages, not only for the children, but also for the whole family, as we could all learn a lesson.
A heart-splitting outcry for bettering, thus redefining the concerns judged as primary from elders.
Several questions arise from Homelands, how much of it is documentary and how much is the fiction being the central one.
A masterpiece and one of the best documentaries on the festival circuit now.
Some see a werewolf, others a ghoul.
An ode on how the past ties with the present, forging unwanted connections that can either be liberating or condemning.
Rinesa Qeriqi, officially kicked off Sonic Transmissions, the programme centering on different musical performances that will be held during the 19th edition of DokuFest, also referred to as Virtual DokuNights by the audience.
Just like many other things, DokuFest too has transitioned into the virtual world, providing the public with a complete program of an untouched cinematic experience.
DokuFest continues to be all about the future and culture, and especially about the people.
The time has come to unite around DokuFest - albeit in distance.