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Monthly Archives: February, 2012

Future of Hope

When three major Icelandic banks collapsed in October 2008 it was obvious that the crisis would affect society and people for generations to come. The banking crisis in Iceland inspired … Continue reading

26/02/2012 · Leave a comment

First Position

Already with a great film festival success, the ballet documentary First Position is positioning itself among most noteworthy documentaries of 2012. So far it has been awarded at Toronto Film … Continue reading

24/02/2012 · Leave a comment


ZagrebDox International Documentary Film Festival starts coming Sunday in Zagreb, Croatia and runs until 4th of March. A small but noteworthy film festival, ZagrebDox is now being held for the … Continue reading

22/02/2012 · Leave a comment


,,More than 400 Lebanese civilians – one fourth of them children – have been injured by cluster bombs since the end of the 2006 war”, according to the short multimedia … Continue reading

20/02/2012 · Leave a comment

The Palace

Sundhöll Reykjavíkur a.k.a The Reykjavík Swimming Palace is the center of documentary The Palace, directed by Héðinn Halldórsson and Steindór Gunnar Steindórsson. An architectural landmark in Reykjavík, the swimming poll … Continue reading

18/02/2012 · Leave a comment


I´m very happy to show you the new look of Docs & Film Festivals. Designed by young and very talented graphic designers at Undralandið, Docs & Film Festivals now has … Continue reading

17/02/2012 · 2 Comments

When your enemies become your friends

Masha Drokova is a spokesperson for NASHI, Putin´s political youth organisation in Russia. Being as active she is within the NASHI, Masha has a bright future a head of her, … Continue reading

16/02/2012 · Leave a comment

February film festivals

Although half of February is nearly over, it´s better late than never to post a list about some of the European film festivals coming up. Berlinale is without a doubt … Continue reading

15/02/2012 · Leave a comment

The Sunday Doc

Sunday nights are ideal documentary nights and this time Docs & Film Festivals wants to reccoment three interesting docs to watch. The docs are all on and can be … Continue reading

12/02/2012 · Leave a comment

Golden Oldies

Doc Alliance is now offering free streaming of British doc classics on their website. These films include films by famous John Grierson and Robert Joseph Flaherty. The saying goes that … Continue reading

10/02/2012 · Leave a comment

Berlinale Film Festival

Berlinale International Film Festival kicks off today. A festival both for audience as well as industry people, Berlinale is one grand fiesta with great films, film market, co-production opportunities, masterclasses, … Continue reading

09/02/2012 · Leave a comment


Spellbound (2002) is a documentary about eight young students who are competing in a big American spelling competition; the 1999 Scripps National Spelling Bee. Prior to the national spelling competition, students … Continue reading

06/02/2012 · Leave a comment

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