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HOT DOCS 2021

Hot Docs va projeter 219 documentaires représentant 66 pays

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- La 28e édition du plus grand festival du documentaire nord-américain se déroulera en ligne du 29 avril au 9 mai

Hot Docs va projeter 219 documentaires représentant 66 pays
Magaluf Ghost Town de Miguel Ángel Blanca

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Opening with Ann Shin's highly anticipated A.rtificial I.mmortality, screening in the Canadian Spectrum selection along with 14 other titles, the 28th Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival will present a total of 219 films from 66 countries across 12 sections online, from 29 April to 9 May.

The International Spectrum competitive section includes ten films, out of which half are European: Annabel Verbeke's Four Seasons in One Day (Belgium/Norway/Croatia), Miguel Ángel Blanca's Magaluf Ghost Town [+lire aussi :
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(Spain/France), Svetlana Rodina's Ostrov - Lost Island [+lire aussi :
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(Switzerland), Mia Halme's People We Come Across (Finland) and Mohamed El Aboudi's School of Hope (Finland/France/Morocco). These films will compete for Best International Feature Documentary Award and the Special Jury Prize, as well as the Emerging Filmmaker Award. The full list of films is here.

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One of the most popular programmes is Special Presentations, consisting of world and international premieres and films by highly acclaimed filmmakers, including René Sascha Johannsen's 7 Years of Lukas Graham [+lire aussi :
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(Denmark), Daniel Sivan's Dirty Tricks (Israel), Alessandro Rossellini's The Rossellinis [+lire aussi :
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(Italy/Latvia), Willemiek Kluijfhout's The Taste of Desire [+lire aussi :
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(Netherlands) and Udi Nir and Sagi Bornstein's Viral [+lire aussi :
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(Israel/Germany). For the full list, click here.

The World Showcase section will showcase touching personal narratives and cultural revelations from around the world, with a total of 49 features, mid-length and short films from 38 countries. European (co-)productions that will word premiere in this section include the highly anticipated Life of Ivanna [+lire aussi :
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by Renato Borrayo Serrano, Lucia Kasova's The Sailor [+lire aussi :
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(Slovakia), Ines Marzouk's My Mohamed Is Different (Egypt/Tunisia/Italy), Keti Machavariani's Sunny (Georgia) and Laurentia Genske's Zuhur's Daughters (Germany). For the full list, click here.

The newly established Systems Down programme, featuring films that capture the zeitgeist of calls for systemic change, includes Aslaug Holm's Generation Utøya [+lire aussi :
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 (Norway), Louise Detlefsen's It Is Not Over Yet [+lire aussi :
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 (Denmark) and Roser Corella's Room Without a View (Austria/Germany). The full list is here.

In addition to EFP's traditional selection The Changing Face of Europe, which will showcase ten fresh European titles (list here), other sections include Persister (films of revolutionary women and women's empowerment), Markers (films that push the boundaries of the documentary form), Deep Dive (compelling series), Nightvision (future cult classics), Artscapes (creative minds, artistic pursuits and inventive filmmaking) and Made in Colombia.

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