DOK Leipzig 30. Oktober – 5. November 2017
60. Internationales Leipziger Festival für Dokumentar- und Animationsfilm
DOK Leipzig 30 October – 5 November 2017
60th International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film
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Winner Doc Alliance Award 2010:
"Les Arrivants"

doc alliance selection
2010

Five European documentary film festivals, five high-quality films, five times publicity for the artistic author's film in cinema - Doc Alliance is a partnership of five key European documentary film festival.

Doc Alliance Selection 2010

Aisheen (still alive in gaza) 

Aisheen (still alive in gaza) 
Aisheen (still alive in gaza)  Doc Alliance Selection 2010

by Nicolas Wadimoff (Switzerland, France 2009, 86 min)
selected by Visons du Réel Nyon

Aisheen is a situation report from the Gaza Strip in February 2009, just one month after Israel’s military offensive. Aisheen shows what it means to rebuild one’s life and common existence in a destroyed region severed by an ongoing blockade.

Doc Alliance Selection 2010

steam of life

steam of life
steam of life Doc Alliance Selection 2010

by Joonas Berghäll and Mika Hotakainen (Finland, Sweden 2010, 81 min)
selected by Planete Doc Review Warsaw

In the warmth of rusty stoves, naked men ritualistically cleanse themselves, both physically and mentally. With the utmost simplicity and exceptional intimacy, Steam of Life captures the naked souls of these vulnerable storytellers, creating a poetic portrayal of Finnish men.

Doc Alliance Selection 2010

metrobranding

metrobranding
metrobranding Doc Alliance Selection 2010

by Ana Vlad and Adrian Voicu (Romania 2010, 90 min)
selected by IDFF Jihlava

In communist Romania, each and every consumer product could be found only in one brand. These six brands appeared approximately at the same time, along with the socialist industrialization, becoming objects of desire in the daily lives and dreams of the Romanian people.

Doc Alliance Selection 2010

the arrivals

the arrivals
the arrivals Doc Alliance Selection 2010

by Claudine Bories and Patrice Chagnard (France 2009, 111 min)
selected by DOK Leipzig

Centered on the CAFDA, a municipal reception centre for asylum seeking families, The Arrivals is sympathetic portrayal of transition that delicately reveals the nuances of contemporary Europe, in contrast to the persecution and political oppression found beyond its borders.

Doc Alliance Selection 2010

into eternity

into eternity
into eternity Doc Alliance Selection 2010

by Micheal Madsen (Denmark, Finland 2009, 75 min)
selected by CPH:DOX Copenhagen

Into Eternity follows the digging and pre-implementation of the Onkalo nuclear waste repository in Olkiluoto, Finland, while examining the principles at the core of nuclear waste management.