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DOCAVIV 2020

Docaviv dévoile toute sa sélection

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- La 22e édition du plus grand festival du documentaire israélien, qui se tiendra en ligne et dans des drive-ins du 3 au 12 septembre, comprendra un fonds pour les prix d’une valeur de 84 700 €

Docaviv dévoile toute sa sélection
Once Upon a Time In Venezuela de Anabel Rodríguez Ríos (© TamTam Films)

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The Tel Aviv International Documentary Film Festival Docaviv, set to take place 3-12 September in a hybrid form, combining online and drive-in screenings, has revealed its full programme, after announcing the Israeli Competition line-up back in June (read the news).

The International Competition includes 11 films: Radu Ciorniciuc's Acasă – My Home [+lire aussi :
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(Romania/Finland/Germany), Alexander Nanau's Collective [+lire aussi :
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(Romania/Luxembourg), Teboho Edkins' Days of Cannibalism [+lire aussi :
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(France/South Africa/Netherlands), Valentina Pedicini's Faith [+lire aussi :
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(Italy), Natalija Yefimkina's Garage People [+lire aussi :
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(Germany), Laura Herrero Garvin's La Mami [+lire aussi :
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(Mexico/Spain), Maite Alberdi's The Mole Agent [+lire aussi :
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(Chile/USA/Germany/Netherlands/Spain), Anabel Rodríguez Ríos' Once Upon a Time in Venezuela [+lire aussi :
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(Venezuela/UK/Brazil/Austria), Benjamin Ree's The Painter and the Thief [+lire aussi :
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(Norway), Paloma Sermon-Daï's Petit Samedi [+lire aussi :
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(Belgium) and Bill Ross and Turner Ross' Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets (USA).

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“Curated over many months, this selection is not a compromise," says Docaviv's artistic director Karin Rywkind Segal. "Despite the difficulties brought on by the times, the festival will move forward with a rich, up-to-date program, providing viewers with an opportunity to explore, understand, and experience the world of contemporary documentary cinema and the diverse stories it tells. This year's special circumstances will make the festival accessible to new audiences from all over the country, advancing Docaviv's mission to present documentary cinema in Israel's periphery as well. The transition to an online platform is also an opportunity to increase the number of international guests and to broaden the dialogue between international film professionals and Israeli filmmakers.”

In addition to its International, Israeli and Depth of Field competitions, Docaviv is introducing a new competitive category, Beyond the Screen, which features both Israeli and international films whose directors or subjects work to change our social reality. Taken from across the festival's traditional sections Panorama, Arts & Culture and Music, the ten films include hits such as Feras Fayyad's The Cave [+lire aussi :
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, Maasja Ooms's Punks [+lire aussi :
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, Alyx Ayn Arumpac's Aswang [+lire aussi :
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and Elyse Steinberg, Josh Kriegman and Eli Despres' The Fight, as well as Noam Demsky and Ido Bahat's A Waste of Space (Israel), Sabine Herpich's Art Comes from the Beak the Way It Has Grown [+lire aussi :
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(Germany), Shalini Kantayya's Coded Bias (USA/UK/China), Kamal Hachkar's In Your Eyes, I See My Country (Morocco), Mordechai Vardi's Marry Me However (Israel) and Sung-a Yoon's Overseas [+lire aussi :
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(Belgium/France).

Together with the Beyond the Screen award, the festival will give out a total of around €84,700 of prize money split among the winners. The winners of the Israeli, International and Shorts competitions will automatically qualify for Oscar consideration.

The festival's industry section includes one-on-one sessions for participating filmmakers and top industry professionals from around the world; DocLabTLV, the festival's rough-cut workshop, in collaboration with The New Fund for Cinema and TV; the annual student pitching competition; and a distribution meetup held in collaboration with the Israeli Documentary Filmmakers Forum.

The festival will open with the world premiere of Rockfour: The Time Machine by Gad Aisen, which screens in the Israeli Competition, on one of the country's most significant rock bands.

The full programme, including sidebar programmes Masters, Panorama, Music and Arts & Culture, as well as Shorts Competition, can be found here.

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