DOK 365

DOK 365

From audience favourites and insider tips to documentaries and animated films for children and adults alike, a number of DOK Leipzig films can be seen outside the festival all year round. We will keep you up to date on films that are running in cinemas or available from the comfort of home.
Ein vollbesetztes Kino bei einer Filmvorführung. Die Leinwand strahlt helles, weißes Licht über die Köpfe der Zuschauer*innen.
Cinema audience at a festival screening 2022
© Lukas Diller

Cinema Release

These films will be in theaters in Germany soon
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Pa va hêng – The Dust of Modern Life

Director: Franziska von Stenglin

Liem lives in one of the remote regions of Vietnam and belongs to the ethnic minority of the Sedang. Together with friends he sets out into the jungle, on the trail of his ancestors.

Filmstill The Hamlet Syndrome
The Hamlet Syndrome

Directors: Elwira Niewiera, Piotr Rosołowski

Five young members of the Maidan Generation on stage, questioning how the war has influenced their self-image and how they can go on living.

Filmstill Slaughterhouses of Modernity
Slaughterhouses of Modernity

Director: Heinz Emigholz

From the Argentinean pampa to the Bolivian highlands to the middle of Berlin: a trenchant critique of German history in its most visible manifestation, architecture.

DOK Leipzig festival films available to watch at home:

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