Polish documentary Communion will compete at It's All True – International Documentary Film Festival in Brazil

18. 4. 2017

Author: Marta Obršálová

From April 19-30, the international documentary films take over the screens of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo during the It’s All True – 22nd International Documentary Film Festival. There are 12 documentaries in the International Competition of Feature and Medium - Length Films. The filmmakers from Central and Eastern Europe will be represented by two titles. The first one, Communion (dir. Anna Zamecka, Poland, 2016) already won the Silver Eye Award 2016 for the best feature-length documentary. In the same section will also compete Close Relations (dir. Vitaly Mansky, Latvia/Germany/Estonia/Ukraine, 2016).

Other films in the competition:
Abacus: Small Enough to Jail (dir. Steve James, USA, 2016)
In Time to Come (dir. Tan Pin Pin, Singapore, 2017)
The Workers Cup (dir. Adam Sobel, UK, 2017)
The Prison in Twelve Landscapes (dir.  Brett Story, Canada/USA, 2016)
Obscure Light (dir. Susana de Sousa Dias, Portugal, 2017)
In Exile: A Family Film (dir. Juan Francisco Urrusti, Mexico, 2016)
Moveable Feast (dir. Sylvain George, France, 2017)
Perón, My Father and Me (dir. Blas Eloy Martínez, Argentina, 2017)
The War Show (dir. Andreas Dalsgaard and Obaidah Zytoon, Denmark/Norway/Syria, 2016)
A  German Life (dir. Christian Krones, Olaf Muller, Roland Schrotthofer and Florian Weigensamer, Austria, 2016)

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