Leena Pasanen talks to the DOK Spotters about the changes she implemented at the DOK festival – and how the festival has changed her.
Kim Busch, program coordinator of DOK Festival, tells the DOK Spotters in which moment the impossible is demanded from her.
Jutta Krug decides if the WDR co-produces a documentary. During the DOK festival she gave us an insight in her work.
Granny Project – a film about three friends and their grandmothers. A journey through the past, present and future.
The documentary “On Another Corner” deals with the common gun violence in Chicago. We met the filmmaker Mihaela Popescu.
Jay Rosenblatt is this years honors guest at Dok Leipzig and juror for the Next Masters Competition. He made some time for us, aside from all his other appointments.
Leena Pasanen is very busy during the festival, but made time for the DOK Spotters on sunday night.
A sensitive movie about two brothers. We met them after the film screening for an interview in the Passage Kino.
Every year the DOK-Festival portrays one country and his documentary film scene. This years focus was set on Turkey.
Between cabagge and potatoes: Serban Georgescu film “Cabbage, Potatoes and Other Demons” is a selfexperiment.
Sergei Loznitsa shows the failed rememberance culture of the visitors of former concentration camps in this film “Austerlitz”. The DOK Spotters asked him questions in an interview.
Israeli students on a class trip through former concentration camps in Poland: #uploading_holocaust is a complilation of videos made by these students themselves.