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.
HE'S MY BROTHER (Denmark 2021, Cille Hannibal, Christine Hanberg, DOK.international). What does the world feel like with three senses? A Danish family’s struggle for their son.
FOLLOW YOU HOME (Denmark 2021, Kathrine Ravn Kruse, DOK.panorama). Reunited in Denmark after nine years: two Afghan brothers fight for their future.
I'LL STAND BY YOU – BŪSIU SU TAVIM (Lithuania 2021, Virginija Vareikyte, Maximilien Dejoie, DOK.panorama). Task Force Optimism: two women courageously battle against the high suicide rate in their town.
LOST BOYS (Finland 2020, Joonas Neuvonen, Sadri Cetinkaya, DOK.panorama). A man looks for his friends who have gone missing in Cambodia’s drug world. A film about getting lost and being lost
PASSION – PASSION (Sweden 2021, Maja Borg, DOK.panorama). BDSM as a means of coping with trauma? A group around director Maja Borg offers fascinating insights.
THE ART OF SIN – Kunsten å være syndig (Norway, Sudan 2020, Ibrahim Mursal, DOK.panorama). Can love be a sin? For the Sudanese artist, coming out would mean risking his life.
LOBSTER SOUP – LOBSTER SOUP (Iceland, Lithuania, Spain 2020, Rafa Molés, Pepe Andreu, Best of Fests). Would you like some Politics with your soup? You can get it at the Café Bryggjan in Grindavík, Iceland.
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.