DOK 365

DOK 365

From audience favourites and insider tips to documentaries and animated films for children and adults alike, a number of DOK Leipzig films can be seen outside the festival all year round. We will keep you up to date on films that are running in cinemas or available from the comfort of home.
Ein voll besetzter Kinosaal bei einer Filmvorführung. Auf der Leinwand eine Frau, die auf einem Sofa sitzt.
Film screening at the 2023 festival
© Sophie Mahler
DOK Days

Our DOK Days continue! We are looking forward to sharing cinema evenings with you outside of our festival week. At the DOK Days, we show festival highlights and audience favorites in selected cinemas in Leipzig and the region once a month.

Our next DOK Day date is fixed: Join us on 17 December, 16:00, at Schauburg Leipzig for a family programme. We have selected some of the most beautiful and entertaining films from more than 10 years of Kids DOK. The screening includes nine short animated films – most of them without dialogue – and lasts about an hour. For everyone aged five and up!

Tickets: 5 €

Tickets are available at Schauburg Leipzig (Antonienstr. 21) on the day of the screening. You can reserve your ticket by email at info [at] schauburg-leipzig [dot] de or by phone via 0341-4244651.

We look forward to celebrating this special DOK Day with you!



Cinema Release

These DOK Leipzig films are soon screening in theaters in Germany
Zwei Frauen halten ein großes Tuch mit dem Porträt einer Schwarzen Frau hoch.
Make Up the World

“Die Ausstattung der Welt”
Director: Susanne Weirich, Robert Bramkamp

The objects in a film prop warehouse trigger stories in our minds. But what stories are told by African objects and racist figures? Which shelf do you put them in?

Eine kleine Pappfigur sitzt auf einem Arbeitstisch mit Kunstmaterialien und vielen Stiften.
Johnny & Me

Director: Katrin Rothe

Design as a political act? In this animated collage, a contemporary advertising graphic designer explores the uncompromising work of the photomontage pioneer and anti-fascist John Heartfield.

DOK Leipzig festival films available to watch at home:

Don’t miss a thing: We will keep film fans plugged-in to which films are appearing on TV and in online media libraries via Instagram and Facebook. You can also sign up to our Newsletter.

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