• WE NEED HAPPINESS

    Alexandre Sokourov & Alexei Jankowski
    52 min

    Torn apart by history, the Kurdish community comes back to life each year during the Spring festival, an ancient juvenisation rite that predates Islam. At the heart of our tale, we find Senia, an elderly woman at the head of a large family living in the village of Gawilan Botan, in the region of Bardarash,... Read more »

  • THE BIRTH OF THE WESTERN WORLD

    Pierre-Henri Salfati
    2 x 52'

    Episode 1: From Jerusalem to Athens Episode 2: The Bible of Alexandria Jerusalem – Athens! Moses and Homer! The first supposedly wrote the Bible, the second the Iliad and the Odyssey. Moses set the foundations of the Jewish monotheist people, Homer those of the Greek polytheist people. From these two incomparable texts emerged the destiny... Read more »

  • IQ, A HISTORY OF DECEIT

    Stéphane Bentura
    52'

    IQ. Two letters. One of the most commonly shared fantasies in our modern world. French, American, British, Japanese people – every one cares about it. What does IQ really measure ? Who invented it ? Why and how was it diverted from its original purpose ? Today, very few people are able to answer those... Read more »

  • FLIRTING WITH HEIGHTS

    Jean-Michel Bertrand
    75'

    « To become invisible, to stop existing…” Hidden under a rock or still in his shed, Jean-Michel Bertrand tries to disappear. He invites us behind the scenes of a solitary shoot, up in the mountains. Only patience and discretion will allow magic to happen. This film is the result of several years of shooting, essentially... Read more »

  • CHANTAL AKERMAN, FROM HERE

    Gustavo Beck & Leonardo Luiz Ferreira
    62'

    Chantal Akerman, de ça is an uncut interview with the prestigious Belgian director. We hear Akerman’s reflections on her own work and method, as well as the influence of directors such as Jonas Mekas and Michael Snow, her relation with Proust’s novel which she adapted in La Captive (2000), and her failed attempt to venture... Read more »

  • TOKYO FREETERS

    Marc Petitjean
    48'

    In Japan, more than four million young people, many of whom hold diplomas, work in insecure positions and are victims of the economic situation and of new working conditions imposed by employers who have realized the benefits of using temporary employees. Some freeters, because they do not earn enough money to pay their rent, find... Read more »

  • SAFAR

    Talheh Daryanavard
    55 min

    Amina, Fatoma and Asma are three friends from small and distant islands of the Persian Golf in the South of Iran. They managed to go to university in Teheran from where they are taking a train that will bring them back to their native village. The movie “Safar” accompanies them during the ride in the... Read more »

  • BIELUTIN, IN THE GARDEN OF TIME

    Clément Cogitore
    52'&43'&36'

    Nina and Ely are growing old peacefully in their apartment in Moscow, secluded in the middle of a hundred or so paintings by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci,Velazquez, Rubens… With their crow and cats around them, Nina and Ely tell whoever is willing to listen the amazing and epic story of their collection: nobility, love of... Read more »

Doc&Film international

Created by a pool of producers in 1996, Doc & Film International had been very active in selling TV-documentaries. In 2008, Daniela Elstner joined Doc & Film as head of the company and shareholder.
Since then, we have been expanding the activities to international sales of feature films and feature length documentaries, working with directors from all aver the world.
Doc & Film International deals with a catalogue of more than 800 titles. We are attending all major markets and festivals around the globe in order to ensure maximum international exposure for our films. Backed by a worldwide network of theatrical distributors, broadcasters and digital platforms, we give all our films the best chance to reach the audience.

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