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.

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  • News about Moving Docs and our films

    Educational materials around BUGS in Danish

    BUGS explores the world of edible insects, and the question if we should overcome our engrained disgust and give them a try – just like two billion people around the world who eat them regularly. But will insects solve the problems with our food supplies?

    The documentary is now available to watch online in our MOVING DOCS Home Cinema.

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    ‘Take One Action’ film festival

     

    Take One Action film festival takes place in Edinburgh and Glasgow from September 12-23 and shares powerful stories from 27 countries. Event screenings bring together communities, filmmakers, politicians, journalists, campaigners, businesses, academics and artists that want to inspire and to change the world. International, empowering, creative, accessible and questioning are the five key values of the festival.  Follow-on digital and weekend screenings in Aberdeen & Inverness create further opportunities for debate and social networking.

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    Selected for Moving Docs 2018: Dreaming Murakami

    Haruki Murakami, the great builder of dreamworlds, is himself an imaginary creature in this quietly engrossing documentary by Copenhagen’s Nitesh Anjaan.

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    Selected for Moving Docs 2018: The Distant Barking of Dogs

    A fly-on-the-wall portrait of a 10-year-old lad and the village where he lives, just a mile or so from the front line in the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war, it scooped top honors in IDFA's "First Appearance" Competition.

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    Educational materials: 36 Hours to Sparta

    The documentary 36 Hours to Sparta follows four Europeans that are competing in the Spartathlon, an international ultramarathon race that follows in the steps of the ancient runner Pheidippides. The film presents the demanding preparation that the protagonists have to face, both physically and mentally, for the 245km that they will need to cover within 36 hours from Athens to Sparta.

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    Golden Dawn Girls for educational use

    The educational guide aims to generate debate, critical thought and discussion about the rise of the extreme right in Europe. It consists of an activity guide for teachers, built around the classroom screening of the Norwegian documentary Golden Dawn Girls.

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  • Moving Docs screenings

    This map shows all screenings so far. To see a map of upcoming events only, go here.

    Upcoming events

    The Distant Barking of Dogs in Athens
    Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at 19:30
    Alkyonida in Athens, Greece
    The Distant Barking of Dogs in Thessaloniki
    October 17, 2018 to October 18, 2018
    Cine STAVROS TORNES in Thessaloniki, Greece
    The Distant Barking of Dogs in Lviv
    Saturday, October 20, 2018 at 19:00
    Lem Station in Lviv, Ukraine
    Dreaming Murakami in Malmö
    Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 18:00
    Babel in Malmö, Sweden
    Silvana in Leuven
    Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 20:00
    Cinema Zed in Leuven, Belgium
    Silvana in Heist-op-den-berg
    Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at 20:00
    CC Zwaneberg in Heist-op-den-berg, Belgium
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