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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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Selected for Moving Docs 2018: The Other Side of Everything

Mila Turajlić examines Serbia's political history through the eyes of her activist mother in this engrossing doc.

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Greece: Days of Change – now in the MOVING DOCS Home Cinema

Kirstin Innes finds hope and solidarity in a film born of desperation, now available to watch online.

Given how quickly the political landscape has shifted and shifted again in recession-hit Greece in the last decade, it’s tempting to view the aptly-titled Greece: Days of Change, which premiered in 2014, as an historical document. Against the backdrop of the 2010-2012 anti-austerity movement, Elena Zervopoulou’s documentary follows three men trying to regain control of their lives from within the recession, and the different ways they channel their anger and frustration positively.

Grigoris picking tomatoes on his farm after leaving the city with his children

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Selected for Moving Docs 2018: Obscuro Barroco

Obscuro Barroco unfolds in Rio de Janeiro, a city of extremes, where we follow the emblematic figure of Luana Muniz (1961-2017) to explore different quests for the self through transvestism, carnival, and political struggle.

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Selected for Moving Docs 2018: A Woman Captured

Hungarian docmaker Bernadett Tuza-Ritter's stirring debut draws a hapless victim of modern-day slavery from the shadows.

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What is the future of Greece's neo-fascist Golden Dawn?

Moving Docs has commissioned Al Jazeera English journalist Patrick Strickland to write about the future of Golden Dawn, in order to further contribute to raising awareness about the rise of the far-right in Europe.

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#MyBlueEurope winners

Dive into the blue with the winning photographs of the #MyBlueEurope Photo Competition!

Huub Waaldijk wins the first prize with this great photo taken in Dahab, Egypt. 📸 🌊
Moving Docs will fly him to Greece, where he will stay at the Grand Resort Lagonissi and dive in the pristine waters of the Aegean with the Athens Divers Club.

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Selected for Moving Docs 2018: Golden Dawn Girls

Norwegian documentary filmmaker Håvard Bustnes examines the rise of far-right nationalist party “Golden Dawn”.

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