March 1943. The Germans announce they have found the bodies of thousands of Polish officers killed by the Russians near...
104 minutes A Belgrade apartment divided in two tells the story of a family and serves as a symbol of...
84 minutes After 25 years in France, Bozhina returns to Bulgaria with a camera in hand and a mind-boggling question:...
Between East and West, between strong traditions and today’s innovations, between the nostalgic melodies of duduk and the beat of...
Camminando sull’’acqua 50 minuter 1966, November the 4th. Florence wakes up under water and mud. During the night the Arno...
Естония, Германия, Финландия 2017 г.
Норвегия 2017 г.
Холандия 2017 г.
About The Festival DOCK
The interest in historical cinema over the past decade is a trend in contemporary documentaries. Bearing this concept in mind not only across screens globally, but also here in Bulgaria, we are launching the largest forum for International Historic Documentary Cinema – DOCK. It will take place for the first time in Burgas over 4 days – between the 19th and the 22nd of September 2018.
The inaugural edition of the festival will offer:
- An official competition programme, in which 9 films will take part;
- • A special programme, dedicated to the 100-year anniversary of the end of WWI
- • A free programme, presenting the best of the global documentary cinema
The evaluation of the films will be made by a highly-qualified international jury, which will present the awards.
The festival will be attended by actors, directors and screenplay writers from around the globe, and the audience will have free access to all the screenings.
DOCK’s mission is to become one of the most notable events on the Bulgarian cultural scene, which will contribute to exploring world history in an attractive and creative way.
Founder and Selection Maker
Co-founder and Selection Maker