• DEPORTED

    Rachèle Magloire,Chantal Regnault
    52' & 72'

    Since 1996 and 2002 respectively, the United States and Canada conduct a systematic policy of repatriation of all foreign residents who have committed crimes on their soil. These range from violent crimes to simple convictions for driving while intoxicated or petty theft. “Deported” follows for three years these North American off enders as they return... Read more »

  • 7 YEARS OF CONVICTION

    Ariel Camacho
    52 & 90 min

    This film, shot over a period of 10 years, relates the destiny of Stefano Cascio, a young man who embarked upon the path of the priesthood in 2001 at the age of 23. The Church brutally entered the life of his Franco-Italian family without a word of warning, confronting a mother and her son with... Read more »

  • CINEPHILES DE NOTRE TEMPS

    Laurent Chollet
    6x60min & 3x120min

    The voice of the famous newscaster from “La dernière séance”, Eddy Mitchell, tells 70 years of passion for French cinema. A triptych documentary by Laurent Chollet, supplemented by 9 hours of bonus, with exclusive testimonies from cinema lovers (Bertrand Tavernier, Gilles Jacob, Michel Ciment, and many more…), and hours of rare and unpublished archives (François... Read more »

  • LOVEBIRDS – REBEL LOVERS IN INDIA

    Gianpaolo Bigoli
    52'

    India – Lovebirds are young rebel lovers that risk their life just to stay together. They escape their families and persecution from India’s ancient tradition of prohibiting marriage outside one’s caste or religion. Different stories of Lovebirds on the run interweave in a poor shelter in New Delhi. There to help them is Mr. Sachdev... Read more »

  • FORCED CONFESSIONS

    Maziar Bahari
    58'

    Few things are more humiliating than having to reel off someone else’s lies. In 2009, millions of Iranians watched on TV as filmmaker Maziar Bahari was forced to make a false confession. He had supposedly been collaborating with the West and was accused of espionage. As a filmmaker and journalist working for Western broadcasting corporations,... Read more »

  • THE BAREFOOT POETESS

    Bernard LOUARGANT
    51min

    In nine collections, seven prizes and two anthologies published in France where she lives since 1982, the Syrian poetess Maram Al Masri became one of the great voices of the contemporary poetry. She sings wounded love, exile, fate reserved for the women or the ravages of war, she speaks with a simplicity which touches the... Read more »

  • STANDARD

    Benjamin Marquet
    52' & 84'

    ONE CLUB! ONE COUNTRY! Throughout the last decades, Football has become the lowest common denominator of thousands of cultures. But this sport remains underestimated from a social point of view as a melting pot of exchanges between people. The stadium has become a place to express public speeches about life of the city such as... Read more »

  • ALONE AGAINST HITLER

    Michaël Gaumnitz
    52'

    In 1946, Hans Fallada, the successful popular fiction author, writes his novel «Alone in Berlin». He bases it on a true story that he discovered in a thick Gestapo file (containing minutes, photographs, postcards calling to overthrow the Nazi regime). The file describes in detail the real story of an ordinary couple, both workers in... 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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