Fans of the seventh art are finally delighted with a new edition of the documentary film festival. From 9th to 15th April, a total of 9 films will be screened in the Kombank Hall. An excellent repertoire consists of carefully selected works from all over Europe.
The honour to open the festival had the film "Honeyland" directed by a duo from North Macedonia. Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov sign the film that is on the programme on 9th April from 20:00.
High quality film frames, true and educative stories will continue through the scheduled films. Bridges of Time, What Walaa Wants, Cinema Komunisto, The Other Side of Everything, I Had a Dream, Buddy, Gods of Moleenbeek are films that the audience will be able to watch during the festival days.
The closing ceremony is scheduled for 15th April, when the Austrian film "The Earth", directed by Nikolaus Geyrhalter, will be screened at 20:00.
Documentaries from Serbia, France, Austria, Finland, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Denmark, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania are more attractive than commercial editions. Hurry up to get a ticket for your place in the cinema.