About Moving Docs

Moving Docs brings powerful films to screens big and small – films you may never be able to see otherwise.

We enable a selection of European documentaries to cross borders and reach new audiences all over Europe.

These are films with an impact. They make you see the world differently. And they may even change your mind.

Moving Docs is the very first initiative of its kind, powered by our local and national partners across Europe, managed by the European Documentary Network, and supported by Creative Europe.

  • News about Moving Docs and our films

    Selected for Moving Docs 2016: BUGS now online

    BUGS is now available to watch online.

    Are insects a mirror that reflects our broken food systems, or the silver bullet that will fix them?

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    The personal is political - Thank You For The Rain now online!

    As world leaders gather in Bonn for the 23rd annual “conference of the parties” (COP) under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Kirstin Innes watches Thank You For The Rain, which is now availble to watch online - for the immediate, personal impact of climate change.


    “Last season, we were saying, there is no rain. No rain no rain no rain. Now we are flooded. Everything is being contradicted. Planning, failures. Planning, failures.” 
    – Kisilu Musya, in Thank You For The Rain

    Climate change is an abstract idea to most of us in the West. We might note it’s getting wetter, or that summers are less sunny than they were when we were kids, but safe inside our houses, with everything we need more or less at the touch of a button, we can shut it out at the end of a day.  It’s something Norwegian filmmaker Julia Dahr, director of Thank You For The Rain, was aware of in 2010 when, aged 23, she decided to make a film showing the effects of climate change on humans.

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    Selected for Moving Docs 2017: Free Lunch Society now online

    Free Lunch Society is now available to watch online.

    Globalization, automation, Donald Trump. The middle class is falling apart. One hears talk about the causes, rather than about solutions. Time for a complete rethink:

    An unconditional basic income means money for everyone - as a human right without service in return! Visionary reform project, neoliberal axe to the roots of the social state or socially romantic left-wing utopia? 

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    The old man and the sea – Dolphin Man now online!

    Kirstin Innes about the documentary Dolphin Man, now available to watch online.

    “We sea men are not normal. They call us 'sub' because we really are sub-normal. Because what Jacques Mayol did was not normal. If that had been normal we would have been really crazy.” – Giancarlo Formichi, underwater cinematographer and friend of Jacques Mayol

    A thoughtful, multi-layered look at the life of free-diver Jacques Mayol (perhaps best known to cineastes as the inspiration for Luc Besson’s divisive but world-famous 1988 film The Big Blue), Dolphin Man is a far more complex film than its title would have you believe. 

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  • Moving Docs screenings

    Upcoming events

    Dolphin Man in Cardedeu
    Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 19:30
    Tarambana in Cardedeu, Spain
    Dolphin Man in Barberà del Vallès
    Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 19:00
    Auditori Maria Feliu in Barberà del Vallès, Spain
    Dolphin Man in Monzón
    Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 19:25
    Teatro Victoria in Monzón, Spain
    Dolphin Man in Matadepera
    Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 19:30
    Casal de Cultura in Matadepera, Spain
    Dolphin Man in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
    Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 20:30
    Teatro Guiniguada in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
    Dolphin Man in Tenerife
    Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 20:25
    Multicines Tenerife in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Spain
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