THE FILM PROGRAMME OF DOK.fest MÜNCHEN @HOME
131 films from 43 countries: The film programme of DOK.fest München 2021 @home at a glance.
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DARK RIDER (Belgium, Netherlands 2020, Eva Küpper, DOK.international). Breaking a motorcycle speed record – a lifelong dream and great challenge for Ben, who is visually impaired
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
EVA-MARIA (Austria 2021, Lukas Ladner, DOK.deutsch). Getting pregnant with physical disabilities? An act of self-empowerment!
THE LAST SHELTER (France, Mali, South Africa 2020, Ousmane Samassékou, DOK.horizonte). The question is whether to stay or to go – and at what cost? Seen from an African perspective
NOT GOING QUIETLY (United States 2021, Nicholas Bruckman, DOK.focus Empowerment). Supportive, inspiring and motivational: a powerful portrait of the activist and ALS patient Ady Barkan
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.
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.