Documentary Feature

Any Documentary Film over 45 mins will be considered in this category. We admit only the films about travels, both modern and historical ones. Foreign language work must be dubbed or subtitled in English.

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“This Beautiful Journey” #VirtualTravel to India

Escape “remotely” or “virtually” from home to India! Find local treasures with me in the regions of Delhi, Haryana, and Kolkata where no commercial tour guide will take you to. The rustic and new India is at your fingertips now and will unfurl in front of your eyes! As your special tour guide, let me …Read more »

972 BREAKDOWNS – On The Landway to New York

972 Breakdowns is the story of five young artists who decide to exchange exhibition for expedition. Anne, Efy, Elisabeth, Johannes, and Kaupo have a plan. They will put their studios on wheels and travel from Germany, all the way to New York city. Their route through the East will probably satisfy their curiosity to discover …Read more »

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Giant Slaves – Elephants in tourism industry

In Southeast Asia the elephant tourism is booming. Elephant shows, elephant ridings, ethical elephant parks… everyone has their choice. But do we choose the right thing? The topic is very fastidious, and the million dollar business owners would do anything, in order to keep their secret. But what is this dark secret? What is behind …Read more »

Phoenix – A Story from the Diaspora

On the 28th July 2008 the Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare in Great Britain was utterly destroyed by a catastrophic fire … tearing the heart out of the small seaside town. The historic building was crucial to the economy of the town and had only recently been purchased by Greek Cypriot siblings, Kerry and Michelle Michael. …Read more »

Meeting Humanity

In the magnificent turquoise sea of Borneo, live a unique people in total self-sufficiency. They are called The Bajau. They have no citizenship, no age and no week days. They live on the water and their babies dive into the sea at the age of 3 days and never leave it. The documentary tells the …Read more »