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.
EL NIÑO DE FUEGO – BOY FROM THE BLAZE (Spain 2020, Ignacio Acconcia, DOK.panorama). Stepping into the limelight: musician Alexio begins to live again after a serious accident.
IN DEN UFFIZIEN – INSIDE THE UFFIZI (Germany 2020, Corinna Belz, Enrique Sánchez Lansch, DOK.panorama). The most beautiful former office building in the world: Florence’s Uffizi in the 21st Century.
PERIFÈRIA – OUTSKIRTS (Spain 2020, Xavi Esteban, Odei A.-Etxearte, DOK.panorama). A homage to a town and its inhabitants through time
SHADOW GAME (Netherlands 2021, Eefje Blankevoort, Els van Driel, DOK.panorama). Unaccompanied young refugees on the dangerous route through the Balkans
THE ROSSELLINIS (Italy, Latvia 2020, Alessandro Rossellini, DOK.panorama). Roberto Rossellini as a grandfather? A story of entitlement, imperfection and reconciliation.
THE WIRE (Belgium, Croatia, Lithuania, Norway, Slovenia 2021, Tiha K. Gudac, DOK.panorama). A stretch of land between Croatia and Slovenia - a symbol of the EU’s failed refugee policy
MOLECULES – MOLECOLA (Italy 2020, Andrea Segre, Best of Fests). Venice, devoid of people, is astonishing. A melancholy, captivating look at the city in silence
NICHTS NEUES – NO NEWS (Austria, Germany 2021, Lennart Hüper, Münchner Premieren). Scrubbing the deck instead of saving refugees: the crew of the “Mission Lifeline” is stuck in Malta’s harbour.