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

for an extraordinary documentary film talent



Honorary Mention for an extraordinary documentary film talent

Phnom Penh Lullaby by Pawel Kloc (Poland)

 

This intense film accompanies an unequal couple on the fringe of Cambodia's society in a striking and feverishly nervous way. It offers a few certainties only, but rather guides us in an area of a mysterious foreboding. Although the film subjects our current notions about partnership and parenthood to a radical stress test, it captures, again and again, fleeting moments of love, care and tenderness.

The feeling of instability in the terrain, where the protagonists act, is transferred onto the viewer of this challenging work – we experience a documentary film as transgressive, subversive art.

 

 

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Honorary Mention

for an extraordinary documentary film talent



Honorary Mention for an extraordinary documentary film talent

Bakhmaro von Salomé Jashi (Deutschland, Georgien)

 

In her film „Bakhmaro", Salomé Jashi succeeds in turning a single building in a Georgian City into a strong metaphor for the current state of the country. Small details and minimal actions give evidence of a complex political and social situation that is characterized by a growing economic crisis and patriotism on the rise. The filmmaker's precise visual style and her eye for specific spatial arrangement give this extraordinary documentary film a unique artistic signature.

 

 

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