Jasmila Zbanić, director of the film “One Day in Sarajevo”, talked to us about the history of Bosnia, nationalistic movements, her time as a jury member and of course – about her film.
The DOK Spotters talked to Kim Busch, who curated the Special Programme. In this Interview she tells us what the topics Body and New Media have in common and describes her image of the perfect body. But does that really exist?
“DOK Neuland” is a new way to tell documentary stories – interactive and multimedia-based. Will there be more bubbles than screens in ten years? Just one of our question for the curator Britta Senn.
It’s almost a year since the new festival director Leena Pasanen has moved to Leipzig. Before the DOK really started, we had the opportunity to meet her and to ask her a few exclusive questions – about the festival, but also about her as a person.
Tomorrow DOK Leipzig starts and we are more than ready – 1 week full of films from all over the world, interviews with interesting filmmakers and background stories of the festival. But before the festival starts, we wanted to be filmmakers ourselves.
After 60 hours of work and (at least it feels like) not more than 30 hours sleeping, after numberless movies and film talks and after a multitude of published articles of the DOK Spotters, DOK Leipzig is over now. For us that means: Come together one last time and look what we’ve done.
7 long days, many many movies and heaps of impressions – our week at DOK Leipzig in one minute.
After 10 years and 11 festivals director Claas Danielsen is leaving DOK Leipzig. His successor is the Finn Leena Pasanen. Will there be mulled wine on the 58. DOK Leipzig? And how does a women change the festival atmosphere?
What is beauty? Maybe you would answer that question with one of the big names of the model business. But the story of the model Isabelle Caro is the best example, that the pursuit of beauty can have fatal consequences.
Reality, what is reality? Isn’t it the way, we see the world? The way we feel, the thing everything is based on? “Reality always wears a mask” says Jon Bang Carlsen.
Edward Snowden and the surveillance system: gigantic intelligence service headquarters and a claustrophobically small hiding place. Spectacular and disturbing – a triptych of Paranoia.
Art is a weapon! The protagonist Ganzeer in Marco Wilm’s documentary “Art War” shows, that it is possible to use graffiti for political messages. He uses his art to present his own inner revolution.