DOK.aroundtheclock – festival films all year round
Please note that all DOK.aroundtheclock screenings are released from the age of 18, unless otherwise stated.
20.00 Uhr – Young & Real – DOK.fest goes Import Export
Young & Real is our new series in cooperation with the Import Export. Documentary films of young film directors with a discussion afterwards.
SATYA – ROUGH CUTS OF LIFE (Deutschland 2018, Karuna A. Fuchs, Elisa Maria Nadal, Student Award). Our life is just a rough cut. A journey from Nepal to Europe produces a dazzling filmic kaleidoscope of fleeting encounters. A film about people’s loss and longing and the search for “satya,” a truthful life. – Original with English subtitles / 6,00 Euro / With discussion
Bellevue di Monaco
20.00 Uhr – DOK.fest meets Bellevue di Monaco
SONITA – SONITA (Deutschland, Iran, Schweiz 2015, Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami, DOK.international). 18-year-old Afghan, Sonita, is a rapper. She lives “sans papiers” in Teheran and dreams of a future as a hip hop star. Yet her mother wants her to be married in Afghanistan and her bride price is supposed to pay for the wedding of her older brother. – OV with German sub., 6 Euro (recommended), 4 Euro (reduced), 0 Euro (social)
19.00 Uhr – DOK.fest meets Lenbachhaus
DREAMS REWIRED – MOBILISIERUNG DER TRÄUME (Österreich, Deutschland, Großbritannien 2015, Manu Luksch, Martin Reinhart, Thomas Tode, DOK.aroundtheclock). An industrial and digital revolution: radio, television and internet. We are overcoming time and space, optimising, synchronising. What remains of us when we standardise everything? Time travel through the electric modern, through visions and dystopias of the interconnected world. – Original with German subtitles / Free Admission
20.30 Uhr – DOK.fest meets Kino der Kunst
THE CHALLENGE (Italien, Frankreich 2016, Yuri Ancarani, DOK.international). Falconry follows a centuries old tradition on the Arabian Peninsula. Only the wealth that comes from the oil in the desert state of Qatar is changing everything. This film celebrates a modern decadent life with the birds of prey and the desert in powerful cinematic images. – Original with english subtitles
WENN WIR ERST TANZEN – ONCE WE ARE DANCING (Deutschland 2018, Dirk Heth, Olaf Winkler, Dirk Lienig, DOK.deutsch). The town of Hoyerswerda is emblematic of the demise of the GDR. Everything that this town represented was swallowed up by the fall of communism. The people were left without any market worth. A citizens’ dance project helps them to live with the shame. A sensually choreographed, empathetic film. – OV with German sub. / Free Admission. Please use online registration!
18.30 Uhr – Cinema For Future
ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH (Kanada 2018, Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas De Pencier, DOK.focus humaNature). Every year up to 100 billion tonnes of material is removed from the earth. Three quarters of the areas of our planet that are not covered in ice are cultivated or inhabited by people. In powerful images the filmmakers document the dominance of humans over our planet. – Original version: Russian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Italian, English, German – Subtitles: English
19.00 Uhr – DOK.fest bei den Mitt-DOKs
DER KRIEG IN MIR – THE WAR IN ME (Deutschland, Schweiz 2019, Sebastian Heinzel, DOK.deutsch). Can our parents and grandparents’ traumatic experiences influence our behaviour? Could they be inscribed in our DNA? Nightmares about war lead the director on a journey into his family’s past. – Deutsche Originalfassung – Untertitel: Englisch
MISSION LIFELINE (Deutschland 2018, Markus Weinberg, DOK.aroundtheclock). The sixth mission of the Dresden rescue boat, Lifeline, made history. For two years, Markus Weinberg accompanied Mission Lifeline on their operations. A film about the madness of criminalising people who save lives. – Originalfassung: Deutsch, Englisch, Spanisch – Untertitel: Englisch