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Cinema

TV

    • LATIN AMERICA: A GIANT IN TURMOIL

      Marco Enriquez & Rodrigo Vazquez -
      52'

      Political defeat in Argentina, Ecuador turning right, demonstrations in Venezuela, discredit on the Brazilian politics, new era in Cuba… Following a wave of success these last years, the left-wing political forces are undergoing critical defeats. With an unprecedented access to the current political leaders in Latin America (Dilma Roussef, Nicolás Maduro, Pepe Mujica, Evo Morales,... Read more »

    • JOHN FORD, THE MAN WHO INVENTED AMERICA

      Jean-Christophe Klotz -
      52'

      John Ford, the director who won more Oscars than any other, helped create the legend of the American West during a career that spanned over fifty years and nearly 150 movies – Stagecoach (1939), The Grapes of Wrath (1940), The Battle of Midway (1942), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962), Cheyenne Autumn (1964) – to name a few.  Bringing to life America’s founding myths... Read more »

    • THE NAZI-SOVIET PACT: THE FIASCO OF THE EUROPEAN DIPLOMACY

      Cédric Tourbe -
      90' & 2x45'

      The pact concluded in August 1939 between Hitler and Stalin is still nowadays a symbol of the duplicity and cynicism of the Soviet dictator. However, the true story of this pact, starting point of World War II, is way more ambiguous than it seems. It is, first of all, the story of an astonishing collective... Read more »

    • PIERRE RICHARD: THE QUIET ONE

      Grégory Monro -
      52'

      Who is Pierre Richard? Is he, as is believed by some, the veritable double of François Perrin, a cult character he invented and for whom he often successfully donned the costume and assumed the blunders? Can he simply be reduced to the unlucky hero of La Chèvre (Knock on Wood) or to the Grand Blond (The Tall Blond Man... Read more »

    • AUROVILLE – ON THE PATH OF UTOPIA

      Fred Cebron -
      52'

      For fifty years, Auroville, an experimental city in India a few kilometers south of Pondichéry, has achieved what many other towns tried but few succeeded : to create a haven where all can live in peace, above all creeds, all nationalities, all politics. How and why has this experience been successful ? What is life like in... Read more »

    • THE PENALTY

      Will Francome & Mark Pizzey -
      86'

      The human cost of the death penalty in America comes in for timely, gripping examination in The Penalty, the vital new documentary from British filmmakers Will Francome & Mark Pizzey (One for Ten). Embedding themselves in the stories of three fascinating people affected by the American capital punishment system, the filmmakers follow the stories of... Read more »

    • PROPAGANDA

      Léo Favier -
      10x5'

      Propaganda is a series of short documentaries with the intention of decoding, in a scathing, offbeat way, the marketing techniques used to ensure the success of star products. Each episode equates to a critique of one particular method and is based on an existing “product” & marketing campaign (a NASA mission, the Donald Trump campaign,... Read more »

    • JEAN ROUCH, THE ADVENTUROUS FILMMAKER

      Laurent Védrine -
      52'

       Destiny of the director Jean Rouch intertwines with his abounding work : between ethnological research, surrealism, cinematic innovations and adventure stories set in Africa. The artist, born in 1917, marked the history of cinema of the second half of the 20th century. In Niamey, on the banks of the river Niger where he now lies, his... Read more »

    • A JOBLESS WORLD?

      Philippe Borrel -
      52'

      Full time employment appears to be a symbol of a time long gone. Intelligent machines, more reliable and less costly than humans, are in the process of replacing us, while the development of algorithms contributes to the increasing work automation. The next target of this fourth industrial revolution : white collars, the core of the middle class.... Read more »

    • LENIN: ANOTHER STORY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION

      Cédric Tourbe -
      95'

      History remembers Lenin as the instigator of the October 1917 Revolution and thus as one of the men who changed the World at the time… We will however discover a completely different reality following, step by step, the incredible story of the Russian Revolution and a Lenin wildly different from the one History chose to... Read more »

    • JAMES STEWART / ROBERT MITCHUM : THE TWO FACES OF AMERICA

      Gregory Monro -
      52'

      With his gauche, at times naïve, manner and his slender but reassuring figure, Stewart embodies a successful life; he’s the kind of guy that everyone would like to be like. Mitchum, with his legendary nonchalance and his hangdog look, is more like the naughty kid, the loveable rogue that everybody would like to have as... Read more »

    • LENIN: ANOTHER STORY OF THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION

      Cédric Tourbe -
      95'

      History remembers Lenin as the instigator of the October 1917 Revolution and thus as one of the men who changed the World at the time… We will however discover a completely different reality following, step by step, the incredible story of the Russian Revolution and a Lenin wildly different from the one History chose to... Read more »

    • CINEMA THROUGH THE EYE OF MAGNUM

      Sophie Bassaler -
      52', 23x6'

      The film tells the story of the intimate and unprecedented encounter between the photojournalists of the Magnum Photos Agency and the world of cinema. The confrontation of two seemingly opposite worlds – fiction and reality. For 70 years their paths crossed: a family of photographers, amongst them the biggest names in photography, and a family... Read more »

    • HABANA SIXTEEN

      Marcelle Lunam -
      52'

      In July 2016 a small foreign crew met in Havana. For the next 11 days, with very little sleep, they would document the face of a new Cuba – a week in the life of five Cuban youths; a dancer, a tattoo artist, a skater, a DJ and an actor… Habana Sixteen is a window... Read more »

    • HEART OF GLASS

      Jérôme de Gerlache -
      70'

      Heart of Glass is a journey. A road trip through several countries on two continents in pursuit of a story.  The story of a young glass blower with a singular talent: Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert.  The film follows him in his daily life-working in the studio and on the road and reveals how passion can undo a... Read more »

    • DESPOT HOUSEWIVES – SEASON 2

      Joel Soler -
      3x52'

      Following the success of the first season, discover three new families of autocrats or bloodstained despots’ wives, three episodes that combine love, glory, and terror. Many films have shown dictatorial regimes all over the world, but only a few films show the role played by the despot’s spouses. They accepted for the first time to... Read more »

    • LIFE UNDERGROUND

      Hervé Cohen -
      45x2'

      Life Underground is a series of short programmes, each 2 minutes in duration, that takes viewers on a journey into the world’s underground railways through chance meetings with passengers who share their personal stories with us: a dream, an experience, a touching incident, a profound thought. Each story is recorded in audio only, to be... Read more »

    • TYPE HUNTERS

      Thomas Sipp -
      8 x 6'

      Typography is at the heart of our contemporary culture. The film plunges us into the “typographic cauldron” of the great modern metropolis. We are taken on safaris through some of the great European cities by typographers who will decipher for us the “jungle” of typefaces swarming all around us.

    • EPIGENETICS: THE GAME OF GENES

      Noak Carrau -
      6x6'

      Six stories tell us why our genes are not enough to predict our destiny. Researchers explain how our DNA profiles change over the course of life. Epigenetics lead the changes within our cellular factory, depending on the environment, food, stress. And just like that, molecular biology becomes science fiction: heart and brain rejuvenation experiments, organ... Read more »

    • EVERYTHING’S UNDER CONTROL

      Werner Boote -
      93'

      Facebook, Amazon and Google provide us with around the clock access to the convenient digital world! Surveillance cameras on the streets take care of our security. But who actually collects our fingerprints, iris scans, online shopping preferences, and social media posting? Don´t we care about our privacy anymore? In his unique charming and curious way,... Read more »

    • THE FORGOTTEN BOYS OF BRAZIL

      Belisario Franca -
      52' & 80'

      The film follows a historian’s investigation about bricks branded with the swastika, which were found in rural São Paulo. The historian arrived at a frightening fact: Brazilian Nazis took fifty black boys from an orphanage in Rio de Janeiro to the ranch where the bricks were found. The boys were made slaves by a family... Read more »

    • PACO DE LUCIA: A JOURNEY

      Curro Sanchez -
      92'

      A lively chronicle of the career of the brilliant Andalusian guitarist Paco de Lucía, who died suddenly in February of this year at the age of 66. All the way from the first time the penniless young Paco picked up a guitar in his birth city of Algeciras to the creation of his final album... Read more »

    • DYNAMIC SALT

      Jérôme-Cécil Auffret -
      52'

      Could we get all our energy needs from sea water and the salt it contains? Are we to witness a time when salt will power our engines and factories, and light up our cities? Could this be the final curtain not only for shale gas and oil, but also the burning of fossil fuels and... Read more »

    • DONKEY TALES

      Jérôme-Cécil Auffret -
      52' & 80'

      The film tells us the story of a humble and little known animal: the domestic donkey. This enquiry leads us to Egypt where the first donkeys where domesticated 5000 years ago. When the Romans took over, they discovered the immense qualities of this powerful animal and brought him with them in the conquest of the... 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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