Putin's Witnesses Join us live online on November 26 at 7:30 pm (CET) for a discussion about Vitaly Mansky's film Putin's Witnesses and situation in Russia with the Executive Editor of Current Time TV Kenan Aliyev and production manager at Hypermarket Film Galya Stepanova and pro-democracy activist, writer and journalist Denis Bilunov. Moderated by Daniela Kolenovská, the Head of the Department of Russian and East European Studies at Charles University. The discussion (in English) will start automatically in the Facebook event and on KineDok's Facebook page. If you want to watch the film for free on our website, use this voucher: StayhomeWatchkinedok
Watch one of the freshest films from KineDok 2020 edition Ghetto Balboa and enjoy the story of a former mafia man who teaches a young poor boy how to be a hero not only in a boxing ring. Join the Q&A with the producer László Józsa, which will take place on Thursday, June 25 at 7:30 pm, on Facebook .
About the film: A former mafia man of the infamous Budapest Ghetto has been teaching boxing to the poor young children of the neighborhood for the past eight years. One of his students fights his way up to box for a world championship belt. He receives the chance to prove his fellows that there may be a way out of the ghetto.
Gettó Balboa / Ghetto Balboa Director: Arpád Bogdán DOP: Róbert Bordás Editing: Csaba Hernáth, Péter Politzer Hungary, 2018, 90 min.
The film is in Hungarian with English, Polish, Czech, Romanian, Bulgarian and Slovak subtitles.
KineDok Online Premiere: Srbenka Do not miss KineDok Online Premiere of Srbenka by Nebojša Slijepčević! The film is part of KineDok 2020 catalogue and available online from May 11 to May 28, when you will have a chance to meet the director during the online Q&A at 7:30 pm (CET). Join the Facebook event.
The film is available in Croatian language with English, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian and Bulgarian subtitles.
In the early 90’s, the new-born state of Croatia was involved in a military conflict with neighbouring Serbia. Criminals used the chaos of war to harass and rob Serbian civilians living in Croatia.
One of the innocent victims was a girl living in Zagreb, Aleksandra Zec. She was brutally murdered, alongside her family who were of Serbian descent. The perpetrators were soon found but because of political pressure no one has ever been convicted for the crime.
Quarter-century later, controversial theatre director Oliver Frljic is working on a play about the case. The process brings out the hidden traumas, rehearsals become a collective psychotherapy, and the 12-year old actress Nina feels as if the war had never ended. When director asks her to profess as Serbian in front of the audience, Nina is terrified, and does not know what to do.
Srbenka Director & screenplay: Nebojša Slijepčević DOP: Bojan Mrdenovic Editing: Tomislav Stojanovic Croatia / 2018 / 72 min. KineDok launches VOD servis Bohdan Bláhovec, the coordinator of the KineDok in the Czech Republic, presents novelty of this year, the VOD service. „For five years KineDok has been connecting visitors, fans and authors of the documentary cinema from seven European countries and this year is very special because of the new service VOD. We are entering to the virtual space, at the kinedok.net page, where you can watch the movies online. It's an interactive videotheque which we created with DAfilms.com. All visitors of KineDok's screening can get a voucher with the password which they can use to watch movies online. First batch of the movies will be able from the 25th of March, when we start the VOD project.”
And It’s really easy!
Just select a movie with an option PLAY MOVIE. Then you have to click on WATCH FOR €2,50. (Don’t worry, It’s a kind of trick.)
Then USE A VOUCHER.
If you get a voucher with a key on it (you should got it at some KineDok’s screening), type the password to the space. And you got it!
Join us live online on November 26 at 7:30 pm (CET) for a discussion about Vitaly Mansky's film Putin's Witnesses and contemporary Russia with the Executive Editor of Current Time TV Kenan Aliyev and production manager at Hypermarket Film Galya Stepanova and pro-democracy activist, writer and journalist Denis Bilunov. Moderated by Daniela Kolenovská, the Head of the Department of Russian and East European Studies at Charles University.