“For the Time Being” by Nele Dehnenkamp is a film that tells the story of Michelle’s fight for justice while her husband, Jemaine Archer, has been imprisoned for murder since 1998. Michelle firmly believes in his innocence. The film explores whether their bond is strong enough to withstand 22 years of separation.
“Vika” sounds like an intriguing documentary about an extraordinary woman defying stereotypes in her mid-80s as a DJane in Warsaw. The film, directed by Agnieszka Zwiefka, serves as an engaging entry into the DOK Festival, offering a glimpse into Vika’s unique life.
This year the Virtual Reality projects of DOK Neuland are shown under the titel: “No Chaos No Change”.
During the DOK festival the inmates of the juvenile prison in Regis-Breitingen share three of their favourite documentaries with guests.
The Aardman Night in the Schaubühne Lindenfels with David Sproxton: familiar clay characters, first hand stories and a bunch of british humor!
Israeli students on a class trip through former concentration camps in Poland: #uploading_holocaust is a complilation of videos made by these students themselves.
You surely have realized the big white dome on the market place of Leipzig – it belongs to DOK Neuland. This is an interactive exhibition, which includes six international artists presenting their ideas of new forms and perspectives of documentary story telling.