From October 2023 to March 2024, carefully curated documentary films from this year's selection will be available for online viewing once a month, with an online discussion on Facebook, usually on Monday evenings. In total six online screenings with discussions await you. It will all be free and available from any KineDok partner country (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Hungary and Georgia).
The schedule of events is as follows (but is subject to change, so we recommend following the schedule here on the website or on KineDok International's Facebook page for the most up-to-date information).
Documentary available: October 11 - October 17
Online discussion on Facebook: October 16
Fifteen years ago Štefan Pongo left his native Slovakia with his entire family for the UK. The reason was simple - xenophobia, racism and systematic bullying of the Romani population is increasingly tolerated in Central and Eastern Europe. But Štefan has not forgotten his roots.
Documentary available: November 8 – November 14
Online discussion on Facebook: November 13
The war in Yugoslavia in the 1990s left deep wounds on civilians. A quarter of a century later, a therapeutic group was formed to heal them. (AFO)
Documentary available: December 7 – December 12
Online discussion on Facebook: December 11
A video diary composed of images of the Antarctic captivating landscape, intertwined with dialogues with artificial intelligence, is helping to contemplate on human existence.
Documentary available: January 10 – January 16
Online discussion on Facebook: January 15
How can a life of chaos and pain lead to the infinite beauty of art? Immerse yourself in the compelling story of Belgian-Hungarian artist Kim Corbisier.
Documentary available: February 7 – February 13
Online discussion on Facebook: February 12
A story about a football team that rarely wins and their manager, who in turn is a winner for every man and has his heart in the right place.
Documentary available: March 6 – March 12
Online discussion on Facebook: March 11
The removal of the statue of Joseph Stalin is a great shame for some residents of Gori and they are trying to have it returned.
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