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First participants of Docudays UA 2014

03 March 2014

On March 21, 2014 the 11th Docudays UA opens in Kyiv, Ukraine. As usual, competition program screenings will start the following day.

 

Competition program will be screened in Red and Blue Halls of Cinema House in Kyiv. This time full-length competition programs DOCU/RIGHT and DOCU/LIFE include 10 participants each. Here they are:

 

DOCU/RIGHT

The Coal Miner's Day, Gaël Mocaër, France, 2013, 80’

Abu Haraz, Maciej J. Drygas, Poland, 2013, 73’

Welcome to Fukushima, Alain de Halleux, Belgium, France, 2013, 59’

Life in Paradise - Illegal in the Neighbourhood, Roman Vital, Switzerland, 2013, 78’

No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka, Callum Macrae, UK, 2013, 93’

Locked Down, Liat Mer, Israel, 2013, 56’

The Odd Movie, Brygida Frosztega-Kmiecik, Poland, 2013, 54’

Linar, Nastia Tarasova, Russia, Italia, 2013, 82’

The Captain and His Pirate, Andy Wolff, Germany, Belgium, 2012, 84’

A Mother's Dream, Valerie Gudenus, Switzerland, 2013, 85’

 

DOCU/LIFE

Crepuscule, Valentyn Vasyanovych, Ukraine, 2014, 61’

Blood, Alina Rudnickaya,Russia, 2013, 62’

The Last Station, Cristián Soto, Chile, 2012, 90’

A Diary of a Journey, Piotr Stasik, Poland, 2013, 54’

Trucker and the Fox, Arash Lahooti, Iran, 2012, 79’

Night Labor, David Redmon, Ashley Sabin, Canada, USA, 2013, 70’

American Сommune, Rena Mondo Croshere, Nadine Mundo, USA, 2012, 90’

Bintou, Simone Gaul, Germany, 2014, 64’

Bà nôi (Grandma), Khoa Lê, Canada, 2013, 85’

The Last Russian Limousine, Darya Khlestkina, Russia, 2013, 73’

 

Photo: A Diary of a Journey

XVII INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
20–29
March 2020