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Jihlava 2015

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17 articles available in total starting from 15/10/2015. Last article published on 05/11/2015.

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Dead Slow Ahead: A high-seas experience bristling with sound and light

Dead Slow Ahead: A high-seas experience bristling with sound and light

Mauro Herce's radically atmospheric documentary is an exercise in the use of light and sound to create a striking yet subtle work of art  

05/11/2015 | Jihlava 2015

Under the Sun: Life rehearsed and staged

Under the Sun: Life rehearsed and staged

Vitaly Mansky's documentary on a North Korean family turns into a display of the mechanisms and effects of indoctrination and propaganda  

02/11/2015 | Jihlava 2015

Ex Oriente Film workshop: Second session

Ex Oriente Film workshop: Second session

The second of three sessions of the Ex Oriente Film workshop took place as part of the 19th Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival  

02/11/2015 | Jihlava 2015

Emerging Producers introduced at Jihlava

Emerging Producers introduced at Jihlava

Eighteen up-and-coming documentary producers were introduced at Jihlava's Emerging Producers public presentation on 30 October  

02/11/2015 | Jihlava 2015

Dead Slow Ahead and Under the Sun triumph at Jihlava

Dead Slow Ahead and Under the Sun triumph at Jihlava

The jury decided not to give out an official award in the main national Czech Joy section  

02/11/2015 | Jihlava 2015

Czechs Against Czechs: To live with the Roma

Czechs Against Czechs: To live with the Roma

Tomáš Kratochvíl’s second feature-length documentary explores the racial issue in the Czech Republic with heart and conviction  

30/10/2015 | Jihlava 2015

FILM FOCUS: Koza

FILM FOCUS: Koza

Slovakian documentarian Ivan Ostrochovský blurs the lines between documentary and fiction in his debut fiction feature, screened in the Doc Fi section  

27/10/2015 | Jihlava 2015

REVIEW: Brother Dejan

REVIEW: Brother Dejan

Bakur Bakuradze’s feature film tries to offer ‘another’ view of a Balkan war criminal, screened in the Doc Fi selection  

27/10/2015 | Jihlava 2015

REVIEW: A Syrian Love Story

REVIEW: A Syrian Love Story

Sean McAllister's moving documentary, which follows a couple from Tartous (Syria) for over four years, is a highlight of the Al Akhbar section  

27/10/2015 | Jihlava 2015

REVIEW: No Home Movie

REVIEW: No Home Movie

The last film by Belgian pioneer Chantal Akerman, shown as part of the Masterclass section, dares to slow down the time of memory  

27/10/2015 | Jihlava 2015

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