CAT&Docs

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    CAT&Docs represents a catalogue of hand-picked documentaries with international potential. Our catalogue includes Oscar-nominated & Oscar-winning documentaries, and winners from major film festivals (Sundance, Berlin, IDFA, Locarno, Visions du Réel, etc.) : Which Way Home, 5 Broken Cameras, Of Men and War, Citizenfour, Sonita, Cameraperson, Communion, The Good Postman, Los Reyes, Transnistra, and Overseas to name a few.

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    A Parked Life

    • Peter Triest
    • 2022

      A Parked Life is an intimate portrait of one of the estimated one million Eastern European truck drivers on Europe's roads.

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      Apolonia, Apolonia

      • Lea Glob
      • 2022

        A portrait of the artist as a young woman. Apolonia is talented, but is that enough to break into the art world? An impressive film that covers 13 years in an anything-but-average life.

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        After The Rain

        • Fan Jian
        • 2021

          After an earthquake razed a Chinese city to the ground in 2008, more than six thousand parents were encouraged to replace the children they lost and move on.

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          My Paper Life

          • Vida Dena
          • 2022

            Iranian filmmaker Vida Dena follows an immigrant Syrian family in Brussels in this, her debut film. She brings their memories and experiences to life by animating the cutout drawings they make together.

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            The Happy Worker – Or How Work Was Sabotaged

            • John Webster
            • 2022

              How modern working life became its own worst enemy.

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              Look What You Made Me Do

              • Coco Schrijber
              • 2022

                A film about love, and about anger hidden inside that can erupt without warning. Every year, more than 30,000 women are murdered by their partners worldwide. Three women who did not wait for this to be their fate tell their story.

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                While We Watched

                • Vinay Shukla
                • 2022

                  Does independent journalism still have a future? In India, the serious news channel NDTV, with Ravish Kumar at its centre, is forced to navigate a world that’s falling prey to increasing disinformation and polarization.

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                  Aurora’s Sunrise

                  • Inna Sahakyan
                  • 2022

                    A captivating animated documentary about the remarkable and tragic life of Aurora Mardiganian. As a teenager she escaped the Armenian genocide, and later was made famous in a Hollywood film about her life.

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                    Dear Mother, I Meant to Write About Death

                    • Siyi Chen
                    • 2022

                      Why did her mother not reveal that she had cancer? This is just the first of many questions the filmmaker has in this tender feature-length debut where mother and child explore their relationships—with illness, death and each other.

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