Eleven films are competing in the Documentary section of the Black Nights Film Festival.
Reversing Oblivion, a documentary about an American who discovers and tries to rehabilitate an estate in Upper Silesia that once belonged to her grandparents, will have its world premiere in the presence of seven of its Silesian Polish cast members at the Cottbus Film Festival on 12 November 2016.
Jihlava IDFF's East Silver Market reveals its most-viewed films.
Doc Alliance is screening a selection of films from the Jihlava IDFF in honor of the festival's 20th anniversary.
KineDok has prepared a real specialty for all fans of creative documentaries, alternative distribution and site-specific screenings during the Jihlava IDFF.
Documentary films from the CEE region, supported by the Institute of Documentary Film, are regularly screened at international film festivals also thanks to the East Silver Caravan project. There will be a chance to watch them within the East Silver video library during Jihlava IDFF.
Among the tutors of the second Ex Oriente Film workshop, organised by the Institute of Documentary Film within the Jihlava IDFF, there will be the award-winning Georgian director and producer Salomé Jashi, who will speak about her experience with directing and producing her latest film, The Dazzling Light of Sunset, which was awarded the Best First (debut) Award at Visions du Reel IFF.
Exceptional creative documentaries from the second edition of project KineDok are screened in seven European countries already, and in the Czech Republic alone they can be seen at 42 alternative venues.
On 26 September 2016, in Prague's Světozor Cinema, the renowned documentary filmmaker Martin Ryšavý will have a pre-premiere screening of his latest film, Blind Gulliver.
On 20 September 2016, the 17th edition of Bergen International Film Festival starts in Norway, hosting also a vast section of international creative documentaries.