THE FILM PROGRAMME OF DOK.fest MÜNCHEN @HOME
121 Films from 42 countries at the 35th International Documentary Film Festival Munich
The films of the 35th DOK.fest Munich are unfortunately no longer available. We look forward to seeing you at the 36th DOK.fest Munich, from 05 to 16 May 2021!
DOK.focus lasting memories
The focus section DOK.focus lasting memories deals with contemporary witnesses of National Socialism and how subsequent generations dealt with their legacy.
The DOK.deutsch competition presents films that deal with people and events in the German-speaking region. In in-depth narratives we are exposed to extraordinary experiences and gain valuable insights. The VIKTOR DOK.deutsch is endowed with 5,000 euros.
The Student Award of DOK.fest München presents outstanding documentary films by students of German-speaking film schools. The films are nominated for the Megaherz Student Award, worth 3,000 Euros.
From rock and pop, heavy metal and other weird sounds to classical music: DOK.music, as a new section, provides music for eyes and ears. Presented by ARTE
DOK.panorama shows innovative documentary films from all over the world mapping the diversity and current trends of documentary storytelling.
BEST OF FESTS
Innovative cinema and intimate insights: The BEST OF FESTS series brings together films that have already been screened at other important festivals and celebrated or awarded prizes there.
Munich is the home of the filmmakers whose works are gathered together in the Munich premieres. But time and again, the view extends far beyond the city limits.
DOK.special40 years AG DOK
A small circle of documentary filmmakers joined together in 1980 with the aim of creating a lively documentary film culture in Germany. 40 years later, AG DOK is a professional association of more than 900 filmmakers and is also the largest film association in Germany. DOK.fest München is celebrating this with an anniversary programme: four selected documentary films by AG DOK members shed light on important socio-political issues of their respective times and thus exemplify four decades of a lively documentary film culture in Germany.