Zagrebdox 2015 Festival Lineup Announced Featured


ZAGREB: With approximately 150 films in 16 programme sections, the documentary film festival Zagrebdox is now entering its second decade. Zagrebdox will take place from 22 February to 1 March at Zagreb’s Cineplexx Kapitol Centre. Two Polish films, one a coproduction with Denmark, and two Latvian films feature in the international competition.

International competition:

Sleepless in New York (Switzerland)
Directed by Christian Frei

Something Better to Come (Denmark, Poland)
Directed by Hana Polak
Coproduced by Danish Documentary Production and Hanna Polak Films

Out of Mind, Out of Sight (Canada)
Directed by John Kastner

Hotel and a Ball (Latvia)
Directed by Lalia Pakalnina
Produced by Hargla Company
Supported by the National Film Centre of Latvia and the State Culture Capital Foundation

Sounds of the Soul (France, Russia)
Directed by Robin Dimet

One Year Lease (USA)
Directed by Brian Bolster

The Cure for Hatred (Russia)
Directed by Julia Mironova

The Possibilities are Endless (UK)
Directed by James Hall and Edward Lovelace

Of Men and War (France, Switzerland)
Directed by Laurent Bécue-Renard

Shipwreck (Netherlands)
Directed by Morgan Knibbe

Stray Dog (USA)
Directed by Debra Granik

Pelicans in the Desert (Latvia)
Directed by Viestur Kairish

Rules of the Game (France)
Directed by Claudine Bories, Patrice Chagnard

Rich Hill (USA)
Directed by Tracy Droz Tragos, Andrew Droz Palermo

Santa Cruz del Islote (USA, Colombia)
Directed by Luke Lorentzen

Dreamcatcher (UK)
Directed by Kim Longinotto

Stadtebewohner (Germany)
Directed by Thomas Heise

The Overnighters (USA)
Directed by Jesse Moss

Virunga (UK)
Directed by Orlando von Einsiedel

Ghost Train (Australia)
Directed by James Fleming, Kelly Hucker

Tea Time (Chile)
Directed by Maite Alberdi

Garden Lovers (Finland)
Directed by Virpi Suutari

Werka (Poland)
Directed by Pawel Łoziński
Produced by Łoziński Production and Telewizja Polska
Supported by the Polish Film Institute

Don't Breathe (France)
Directed by Nino Kirtadze


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