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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    • Heddy Honigmann
    • 2020

      Can you still be full of lust for life when you’re over 100? Absolutely! Despite declining health, the loss of loved ones, and concerns about the future of the world, the centenarians in this documentary portrait are eager for each new day.

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      Bitter Love

      • Jerzy Sladkowski
      • 2020

        An extraordinarily intimate, observational portrait of passengers on a river cruise—full of drama, poetry, vulnerability, humor, and melancholy music. As Russian landscapes peacefully glide by, both young and old struggle with love.

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        The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

        • Iryna Tsilyk
        • 2020

          With bombs falling all around their home in Ukraine, Anna and her four children manage to keep the chaos of war at bay by making a film about their experiences.

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          The New Gospel

          • Milo Rau
          • 2020

            The story of the crucifixion of Jesus gains topical relevance in this docufictional film about alarming conditions for illegal farm workers in southern Italy. A convincing passion play, making-of film, and powerful statement against exploitation.

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            No Visible Trauma

            • Marc Serpa Francoeur, Robinder Uppal
            • 2020

              The lives of three men and their families in Calgary, Canada are torn apart by the violent actions of police officers and a justice system that refuses to hold them accountable.

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              Silent Voice

              • Reka Valerik
              • 2020

                Khavaj, a young Chechnyan martial arts fighter, is hiding in Belgium because of his sexual orientation. The traumas he’s been through caused him to lose his voice. Cut off from his family and far from home, his only option is to reinvent himself.

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