The Aardman Night in the Schaubühne Lindenfels with David Sproxton: familiar clay characters, first hand stories and a bunch of british humor!
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.
Brett Story narrates in her film the history of prisoners and looks at the reasons for their imprisonment. She highlights the absurdities of the US prison system.
The DOK Spotters exploring the DOK Filmfestival in Leipzig!
Israeli students on a class trip through former concentration camps in Poland: #uploading_holocaust is a complilation of videos made by these students themselves.
Aardman is the production team of the childhood heros “Shaun the sheep”, “Wallace and Gromit” and “Morph”. We met David Sproxton, one of the creative masterminds of the studio, and put some clay in his hands!
Martha & Niki on their trip to the hip hop street dance heaven and the musical life of a subway station in New York: Two special films from the hip hip special programme of DOK Leipzig.
Friday, 4th of November, 8 pm: David Sproxton at DOK Leipzig with the Aardman Night!
Half a million clicks for a documentary trailer? “Do not resist” seems to be a real blockbuster.
“Looking like my Mother” is a film by the swiss filmmaker Dominique Margot. Her mother had a bipolar disorder. The film gives an insight into being the daughter of a manic-depressive mother.