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March Documentary Film Festivals

If the autumn months are the ‘Christmas’ for documentary film festivals, then March would be the ‘Thanksgiving’. Numerous well-known documentary film festival take place all around the world in March … Continue reading

05/03/2013 · Leave a comment

Collaboration with Swedish Radar magazine

Docs & Film Festivals is proud to announce collaboration with Radar, a Swedish online magazine. Radar was founded in 2009 by Emma Svensson, co-founder of The website relaunched in January … Continue reading

05/02/2013 · Leave a comment

David, Goliath and the Bananas!*

Big Boys Gone Bananas!* a documentary by Frederik Gertten, is receiving a well deserved attention these days. An Official Selection at IDFA 2011, Official Selection at this years Sundance Film … Continue reading

28/01/2012 · Leave a comment

The grass is not always greener on the other side

Regretters (2010) is most certainly a one of a kind documentary. The main characters, Orlando and Mikael are Swedish transsexuals in their 60s. They were both born as men, and … Continue reading

13/01/2012 · Leave a comment

Men who Swim

During mid-life crises some men divorce their ladies, buy a motorcycle and date younger women. Others form a group and start training synchronized swimming. Yes, synchronized swimming – and no, … Continue reading

06/01/2012 · Leave a comment

Women with Cows

Britt loves her cows, but her sister Inger hates the cows. As can be expected, the cows are therefore often the source of the sisters quarrels. Women with Cows (dir. … Continue reading

19/12/2011 · Leave a comment

The Extraordinary Ordinary Life of José González

The documentary about the Argentinian/Swedish musician José González has just been released in Sweden. We are offering  you the readers of Docs & Film Festivals a special price for the … Continue reading

01/12/2011 · 1 Comment

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