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The Island President directed by Jon Shenk (2011), focuses on former president in the Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed and his first year in office as he is facing the serious issues of … Continue reading
5 Broken Cameras by Emad Burnat & Guy Davidi (2011) won the audience awards at Sheffield Doc/Fest, followed by Searching for Sugar Man and Man with a Movie Camera. The top 20 … Continue reading
Thursday was a day of more rain at Sheffield but luckily one could take refuge from the rain inside the Showroom and Crucible theatre for some good docs and sessions. … Continue reading
The second day of Sheffield was a good with a mix of sessions, documentary and parties. The first stop was The Sheffield Town hall where More than just the Money Unexpected … Continue reading
Excitement was in the air today at Sheffield. It´s the first day of the four-day documentary film festival and thousands of people are gathered here at Sheffield for the big … Continue reading
Although not a major film festival month, there are still some interesting film festivals to visit this month around the world. Here are some film festivals to attend in June; … Continue reading
Sheffield Doc/Fest is little more than three weeks away. The festival continues to live up to it´s reputation of great documentaries and great parties. The festival is the biggest of … Continue reading
Reykjavík Shorts & Docs festival is going on a road trip this weekend to Höfn, south-east Iceland. Screenings will take place tomorrow the 12th of May at a local cinema … Continue reading
Don´t miss out the final day of RS&DF today. The Price of Sex is screening at 18:00 in Bíó Paradís followed by panel discussions on sex trafficking and prostitution. At … Continue reading
Reykjavík Shorts & Docs Festival starts whithin appr. 24 hours! Check out the festival program catalogue & the schedule and get your tickets and festival passes from Bíó Paradís asap.
Tales of a Sea Cow, a film by artist Etienne de France, will be screening at Reykjavik Art Museum (by Tryggvagata, Reykjavík) in collaboration with the French Embassy and Reykjavik … Continue reading