Lilian from Guatemala hopes for a better life in the USA. Thus, the caravan with Lilian, her 4 children, her grandmother and the camera team begins the 4000 km long journey through Central America.
In her feature film debut “May God Be With You”, Cléo Cohen embarks on a personal search for traces of her own identity and roots. The young Frenchwoman has an identity crisis: Is she Jewish? Arab? Even her grandparents seem unclear about this. Cléo struggles for clarity: intensely, playfully.
Since 2014 DOK Neuland is an essential part of DOK Leipzig. This year the Virtual Reality projects are shown under the titel: “No Chaos No Change”. We did the virtual experience for you:
“What is the point of the film?” asks a passer-by. “I don’t know myself,” answers Pawel – though the question is not wrongly asked as at the beginning of the film “Balcony Movie” one wonders what do these people have in common.
Together with its protagonist Aliona Gloukhova, the film “Our Quiet Place” explores the limits of memory and the possibilities of reconnecting with past. DOK Spotter Cassia has watched it for us.
The movie “mySELFie” tells about Maya, a girl who suddenly loses her hair when she is 12 years old. The DOK spotters have watched the movie
In his film “Eingeimpft” David Sieveking deals with one of the most important questions for parents: vaccination – yes or no?
It is often referred to as the Third World War – the, for twenty years ongoing, civil war in Congo. A legal processing of the crimes has not taken place yet.
Veronika Raila describes herself as Sandgirl. At one point everything is fine, at another a gust lets Veronika slowly fall in separate components.
In his film „Enfants du teril“ the French film maker Frédéric Brunnquell accompanies the brothers Loïc (15) and Théo (10) through a certain stage in their lives. It is a film which deals with the life and dreams of a family in a very sensitive way.
DOK Spotter Helene wrote this poetic text after watching „Funeralopolis“.
We wrote a review tot he film „When the Bull cried“ by Karen Vázquez Guadarrama and Bart Goossens.