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DOCAVIV 2021

Docaviv annuncia la sua line-up completa

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- La selezione include 31 anteprime mondiali su un totale di 116 documentari. La 23ma edizione del festival si svolgerà in versione ibrida dall’1 al 10 luglio

Docaviv annuncia la sua line-up completa
Ride the Wave di Martyn Robertson

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The Docaviv Film Festival, taking place this year from 1-10 July, has announced that it will present a total of 116 documentaries, 31 of which are world premieres, along with Q&As with local and international filmmakers, retrospectives and events held throughout the city, as well as online.

Artistic director of Docaviv Karin Rywkind Segal says: “This year's festival comes at a troubled time, a time of conflict and the aftermath of violence. This is why this year's programme, and the voices and stories it amplifies, reflect the times – by showing protests and calls for change, struggles for freedom of speech, basic liberties and human rights, the relations between humans and nature, and the need to save the only planet we have. We want to look at our history and our present, and use the power of film to create dialogue and provoke thought on a variety of burning issues. I invite everyone to dive into the programme, engage with it and respond to the voices you find within it.”

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The selection boasts 31 world premieres, 28 of them Israeli films and three from around the world. Two of these will screen in the Panorama section: A Jewish Life [+leggi anche:
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 by Austrian filmmakers Christian Krönes, Florian Weigensamer, Roland Schrotthofer and Christian Kermer, and Ride the Wave by the UK's Martyn Robertson. Canada's Shimon Dotan will bow with Dayton Diaries in the Masters sidebar.

The International Competition consists of 11 films: IDFA First Appearance winner This Rain Will Never Stop [+leggi anche:
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by Alina Gorlova and the winner of the Special Mention in the same competition, Diane Sara Bouzgarrou and Thomas Jenkoe's The Last Hillbilly [+leggi anche:
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; Hot Docs' Best Mid-length Documentary Award winner, Silent Voice by Reka Valerik (France/Belgium), and Renato Borrayo Serrano's Life of Ivanna [+leggi anche:
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, which world-premiered at the Canadian event; Joonas Neuvonen and Sadri Cetinkaya's CPH:DOX pick Lost Boys [+leggi anche:
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; the Sundance prizewinners Sabaya [+leggi anche:
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by Hogir Hirori and President [+leggi anche:
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by Camilla Nielsson, as well as the Sundance hits Taming the Garden [+leggi anche:
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by Salomé Jashi, Misha and the Wolves [+leggi anche:
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by Sam Hobkinson and In the Same Breath by Nanfu Wang (USA/China); and Jessica Kingdon's Acension (USA), which world-premieres at Tribeca.

Competing for Docaviv's newest award, Beyond the Screen, are films whose directors or subjects work to change our social, ecological and political reality, including Dieudo Hamadi’s Downstream to Kinshasa [+leggi anche:
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, Zahavi Sanjavi's Imad's Childhood [+leggi anche:
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and IDFA prizewinner Inside the Red Brick Wall by Hong Kong Documentary Filmmakers. The full list can be found here.

The Depth of Field Competition features nine documentaries exhibiting unique cinematic styles and distinctive voices, including Guido Hendrix's A Man and a Camera [+leggi anche:
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and Eleonore Weber's There Will Be No More Night [+leggi anche:
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. For the full list, click here.

As in previous years, the winners of the Israeli, International and Short Competitions at Docaviv will be eligible to compete for an Academy Award. The festival will open with Kobi Farag and Morris Ben-Mayor's entry Queen Shoshana, which world-premieres in the Israeli Competition (see the news).

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