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.
LA PREMIERE MARCHE (France 2020, Hakim Atoui, Baptiste Etchegaray, DOK.focus Empowerment). Queer, angry and revolutionary! Four students in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis get the banlieue’s first LGBTQIA+ Pride off the ground.
100UP – AGE IS JUST A NUMBER (Netherlands 2020, Heddy Honigmann, DOK.panorama). Life after 100 is also full of surprises and joyful moments.
ERWIN OLAF – THE LEGACY (Netherlands 2020, Michiel van Erp, DOK.panorama). Looking back and into the future: the Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf turns 60. In cooperation with Kunsthalle München
FAR FROM YOU I GREW (France 2020, Marie Dumora, Best of Fests). A home away from home. A young man in search of his place in the world
PAPA S'EN VA (France 2020, Pauline Horovitz, Best of Fests). Is there life after retirement? The director’s father dares to step away from paid employment and finds the world is his oyster.
SILENCE OF THE TIDES (Germany, Netherlands 2020, Pieter-Rim De Kroon, Best of Fests). In poetic images of life in the Wadden Sea, we feel the rhythm of life.
ANNE FLIEGT – ANNE VLIEGT (Netherlands 2010, Catherine van Campen, DOK.education). 11-year-old Anne, a cheerful pretty girl, tries every day to make sure people don't notice her tics. The neurological disorder Tourette's syndrome forces her to do this: she has to twist, twitch or even lick things. If she could manage to talk openly about it, it might make her life easier.