About Moving Docs

Moving Docs is a partnership founded for the joint distribution of documentaries across Europe.

As a new EDN initiative supported by Creative Europe, the aim of Moving Docs is to create innovative outreach strategies and provide opportunities for urban and rural European audiences to enjoy regular screenings of documentary films through a wide variety of media and platforms.

  • Upcoming sreenings

    Sonita in Warsaw
    Saturday, December 10, 2016 at 14:00
    Elektronik Cinema in Warsaw, Poland
    Α Good American in Warsaw
    Saturday, December 10, 2016 at 18:30
    Elektronik Cinema in Warsaw, Poland
    A Good American in Warsaw
    Sunday, December 11, 2016 at 14:00
    Presenting Princess Shaw in Athens
    Sunday, December 11, 2016 at 16:00
    Danaos Cinema in Athens, Greece
    At Home in the World in Llorenç del Penedès
    Sunday, December 11, 2016 at 18:30
    Casa de Cultura in Llorenç del Penedès , Spain
    A Good American in Glasgow
    Monday, December 12, 2016 at 18:00
    University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, United Kingdom
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  • News about Moving Docs and our films

    #ZlatanStyle – the Winners in Greece!

    Ask anyone about Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and they’ll tell you that the Swedish striker is famous for scoring some of the most beautiful goals in contemporary football. To celebrate the Greek release of documentary Becoming Zlatan, which follows the star as a young player and discusses how he feels that youth football saved him, we thought we’d invite budding strikers aged 6–18 to share their gorgeous goals, #ZlatanStyle. The next generation of footballing superstars are looking pretty nifty if you ask us.

    Gilberto Silva and Diamanti Chouchoumi meet the next generation of football stars, at a screening of Becoming Zlatan

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    How two indie filmmakers got full access to Zlatan Ibrahimović

    He’s one of the biggest, best-known football stars in the world; he’s also famously very guarded with the media, often cutting short his interviews and never going into much personal detail. So how did two indie filmmakers on a small budget manage to get some of the most intimate conversations ever recorded with Zlatan Ibrahimović?


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    Newest partner screens 'Toto and his Sisters'

    Τhe Moving Docs family is getting larger! Welcome Berlin Documentary Film Club  :)


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    Theresa May's pet project (and it's not Brexit)

    Christmas has come early for the new British Prime Minister. Theresa May’s pet project, the ‘Snooper’s Charter’ to massively ramp up state surveillance, was defeated by Lib Dem opposition during the previous coalition government. But just hours after the ballots were counted on 8 May 2015, a triumphant May announced that the new, unrestrained Conservative government would resurrect the bill, in order to ensure the security services can “keep us safe and secure”. Last week this new Investigatory Powers (IP) Bill passed the final reading in the House of Lords and is likely to become law before the year is up.


    Debate around the bill – limited as it was – has tended to polarise around two sometimes abstract positions: On the one hand, those who believe that ‘ordinary’ citizens should have no reason to fear a bit of state surveillance; on the other, those who issue dire warnings about freedom and privacy. So what’s the issue with this legislation – and what will actually change when the IP Bill becomes law?

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