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A nail-biting behind-the-scenes drama about the intense physical and mental labor put into a sport that thrives on its beautiful aesthetics.Read more
Greek rhythmic gymnastics champion Varvara Filiou talks to Moving Docs about Over The Limit, her friendship with Margarita Mamun and the struggle behind the success.
As part of its commitment to increasing the impact of European documentaries and facilitating the exchange of knowledge between
documentary professionals across Europe, Moving Docs carried out a pan European campaign of the documentary Dolphin Man in 2017-2018, in partnership with: Against Gravity (Poland), Arte GEIE, Cinedoc (Greece), Demiurg distribucija (Slovenia), Destiny Films (France), Docs Barcelona (Spain), Doc Lounge (Sweden), DocPoppies (Belgium), Lemesos International Documentary Festival
(Cyprus) and MakeDox (Macedonia).
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The idea of a ‘virtual screening room’ – when ‘event cinema’ goes online.
In 2018, Moving Docs continued to explore concepts for what we first described as a ‘virtual screening room’ – an online space that replicates the experience of watching a film jointly with others, and that facilitates the remote participation in an on-site event,
for example through interaction in a debate following a documentary screening.
Art as a mediator of communication - Interview with the Ukrainian artist Alevtina Kakhidze following the screening of The Distant Barking of Dogs
As a part of the Travelling Docudays UA, in cooperation with the Biennale of Trust in Lviv, the festival held a screening of The Distant Barking of Dogs and a discussion attended by Alevtina Kakhidze. In her art, the artist, just like the film’s director Simon Lereng Wilmont, addresses the experience of a person who lives in the occupied territories. For example, in her project The Story of Klubnika Andreyevna, or Zhdanovka, Alevtina uses texts and images to speak about her mother’s life. She also works with children as a tolerance ambassador for the UN Development Programme in towns and cities near the separation line, establishing dialogue in the language of art. Before the film screening, we talked about trust, experience and tolerance.
Docudays UA is a unique international film festival about human rights, that runs almost all year long. It launches in the last week of March in the capital Kyiv, and operates from October to December with the Traveling Festival. Docudays UA works on the edge of civil society activism, art and culture in Ukraine and has several core goals: bringing global documentaries to Ukrainian citizens; bringing Ukrainian documentaries to global citizens; contributing to the level of observance of human rights in Ukraine and developing the critical thinking among their audience. Get to know more about the Moving Docs Ukrainian partner Docudays UA with Julia Kartashova.
“We promote human rights and popularize national and global docs, by sharing Ukrainian docs and art abroad, as well as produce the catalogue of Ukrainian documentary films and present it on the international festivals. We mostly target youth, which comprises about 70-80% of the festival visitors every year!"Read more
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The co-producer of The Other Side of Everything, Hanka Kastelicova, attended the MakeDox Creative Documentary Film Festival, where she discussed the production of the documentary, the important story behind it and the progress of Eastern-European films.
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