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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Hiko in Tonga – A Culture Almost Lost

A multi-generational film of a unique, vanishing culture of Polynesian women jugglers in The Kingdom of Tonga. Their unique style and approach is only in this tiny country of 150 islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy empowering insight into the late Queen Salote, the only Queen of Tonga. She influenced the women …Read more »

HIKING MIRACLES – GR 20

Walking was for ages the most human natural activity. Now we slowly forgot how it is walking in the forest in early morning or to be on the top of mountain when sun is rising above clouds. We decided to make a film that tell authentic story about connection between hiker and nature. More specifically, …Read more »

The Way

The Trans-Siberian Railway, boundless Russia … Two friends set off to find answers to simple and complicated questions talking to different people. They stay overnight with strangers and their families, visit monasteries, strike up conversations with fellow travelers on the train. What makes Russia tick? What are the main concerns of common people? How do …Read more »

VANLIFERS: Portrait of an Alternative Lifestyle Synopsis

VANLIFERS: Portrait of an Alternative Lifestyle is an hour-long documentary about people who have chosen to live, travel and work in their vans as a way of life. The 13 interviews range from singles to couples and families, mainly across Europe. They discuss both the beauties and the difficulties of living on the road – …Read more »

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The Meaning of Vanlife

The Meaning of Vanlife is an adventurous, revealing look into the Vanlife community through the eyes of nomads who have chosen to live a life of freedom on the road. A movement that exemplifies a deeper societal trend towards minimalism and authentic community building. Director: Jim Lounsbury