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
Inhalt Navigation "Barrierefreie Angebote" switch to english language Umschalten auf deutsche Sprache get more informations about our accessibility offer
Impressum

Industry News

02.11.2018

Short'n'Sweet Pitch at DOK Industry 2018

Short'n'Sweet Pitch at DOK Industry 2018 Nine international short film projects were presented at the second edition of DOK Short'n'Sweet in front of an international panel of short film distributors and buyers.

Nine international short film projects were presented at the second edition of DOK Short'n'Sweet in front of an international panel of short film distributors and buyers.

 

The projects were selected out of 73 short film ideas submitted during the open call ahead of the festival. In their project presentation, the filmmakers demonstrated outstanding talent, creative storytelling and diverse artistic approaches to the short form.

 

The Swiss-Turkish director Aylin Gökmen won the DOK Short'n'Sweet Audience Award for a captivating presentation of her animated documentary My Mother's Milk (Annemin Sütü) and two festival accreditations for DOK Leipzig 2019.

 

DOK Short'n'Sweet projects 2018:

 

REQUIEM FOR A FISH
by Kim Hopkins and Margareta Szabo (UK)

 

SHTUM
by Anna Theil (Germany)

 

MY MOTHER'S MILK (ANNEMIN SÜTÜ)
by Aylin Gökmen (Switzerland)

 

OVERTOURISM
by Corina Schwingruber Ilić (Switzerland)

 

KOSOVO BROTHERS
by Eroll Bilibani (Kosovo)

 

I SEE YOU (JE TE VOIS)
by Myriam Rey (France)

 

THE ICEBREAKER
by Anna Antsalo and Oskar Forstén (Finland)

 

TAK TAK DICTATOR
by Sae Yun Jung (South Korea)

 

ONE LIFE
by Giedrė Žickytė (Lithuania)

1 / 11 >