THE FILM PROGRAMME OF DOK.fest MÜNCHEN @HOME
DOK.fest München 2021 @home came to a close on 23 May. 131 films from 43 countries were shown.
Here you can find an overview of all the films. The programme booklet can be viewed here.
THE SELF PORTRAIT (Norway 2020, Margreth Olin, Katja Hogset, Espen Wallin, DOK.international). Illness as a source for art? Lene Marie Fossen’s legacy in poignant images.
A NEW BEGINNING (Denmark 2019, Ala'A Mohsen, DOK.panorama). An insightful father-son story about two Syrian immigrants’ new start in Norway.
JENSEITS DES SICHTBAREN – HILMA AF KLINT – BEYOND THE VISIBLE – HILMA AF KLINT (Germany 2019, Halina Dyrschka, DOK.panorama). Hilma af Klint - pioneer of abstract art. A portrait of a sensational painter.
LONG LIVE LOVE – LEVER ELSKER SAVNER (Denmark 2019, Sine Skibsholt, DOK.panorama). The turbulent puberty years and a cancer diagnosis. Rosmarie shares with us - as if she was writing in her diary - and reveals her tremendous lust for life.
MATING – PARNING (Denmark, Sweden 2019, Lina Maria Mannheimer, DOK.panorama). Love 2.0: between the digital and analogue worlds two 20-year-olds search for themselves and a way to be together.
IT TAKES A FAMILY – DE SKYGGER VI ARVER (Denmark 2019, Susanne Kovács, DOK.focus lasting memories). Repressed and concealed: a young director confronts herself and her German-Jewish family with the past in order to save the future.