DOK Leipzig 29. Oktober – 4. November 2018
61. Internationales Leipziger Festival für Dokumentar- und Animationsfilm
DOK Leipzig 29 October – 4 November 2018
61st International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film
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Discover Films

Do you want to watch documentaries and animation year-round, without having to wait for the next festival edition coming up? Check out the links below! DOK Leipzig regularly partners with online platforms to share our curation with the whole world, and we want to share it also with you. Some content is free, others you have to pay for, but each time you stream or download, revenues flow back to the pockets of the filmmakers.


Happy exploring!

Doc Alliance Online Channel

Doc Alliance project is the result of a long-term creative partnership of 7 key European film festivals developed since 2006. The international alliance includes CPH:DOX Copenhagen, DOK Leipzig, FID Marseille, Doclisboa, Jihlava IDFF, Docs Against Gravity FF and Visions du Réel Nyon. The aim of the initiative is to advance the documentary genre, support its diversity and continuously promote quality creative documentary films.

With joint forces the Doc Alliance festivals created Doc Alliance Films, a VOD platform to make you discover many outstanding documentary and experimental films.


Give it a try!


FEATVRE is a brand new website and mobile app that helps you find the best documentaries available online, whether it’s in your favourite broadcaster’s media library or a wide variety of German and international streaming and VOD platforms that you might not have yet come across.

On the occasion of the 2017 edition of DOK Leipzig FEATVRE has created a dedicated page featuring festival highlights and recommendations.


Register for free, mark your favourite titles and let FEATVRE notify you automatically as soon as they are available online:


DOK Leipzig continues its partnership with MUBI to give you the chance to discover the experimental short films of Jay Rosenblatt on the occasion of this year’s homage Visual Electrics. The Cinema of Jay Rosenblatt. The Rosenblatt MUBI Special featured 14 of his shorts mostly assembled from found footage, archival material, discarded film strips and found or manipulated sound. The cycle kicked off during DOK Leipzig’s festival week with his award-winning The Smell of Burning Ants on 3 November and every week another film followed each of which was featured for 30 days on MUBI. This Special has ended in the meantime, but as a special gift new subscribers get the opportunity to register for an extended free trial period of 30 days through our MUBI X DOK Leipzig partner page: