Deckert Distribution GmbH

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    Deckert Distribution is a world sales company for documentaries and stands for excellent, director-led, award-winning films. We distribute creative documentaries from around the globe for which we see a potential on the international market. The films in our catalogue are very diverse in style and content, but they all have one thing in common: we are convinced of their high quality and their high relevance, and we want to introduce these outstanding documentaries to a wide international audience. So our main goal is to make the connection between a film and its viewers, via TV as well as within the festival circuit. In general we have a strong interest in social topics, political issues, history, ecology and in films from/about Russia and Eastern Europe. We love films that carry a strong signature by its author. We distribute theatrical and TV documentaries.

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    Exit

    • Karen Winther
    • 2018

    What is the wake up call that can make violent extremists change?

    Hamada

    • Eloy Domínguez Serén
    • 2018

    A humorous, bittersweet portrait of three uncompromising twentysomethings cut off from the world in a refugee camp in the Sahara desert.

    Happy Winter

    • Giovanni Totaro
    • 2017

    Italians on vacation at the seaside: sunbathing, dancing, singing, playing. Can they manage to put the financial crisis out of their minds?

    Heimat Is a Space in Time

    • Thomas Heise
    • 2019

    A chronicle of Germany through the prism of the director’s own family history. In voice-over, Thomas Heise reads documents from his family’s archive, accompanied by powerful black-and-white images of the “guilty” landscape of his homeland.

    Honeyland

    • Ljubomir Stefanov, Tamara Kotevska
    • 2019

    In a deserted mountain village, Europe’s last female wild-beekeeper lives with her elderly mother. A stunningly filmed, intimate portrait of their peaceful existence—and how it is rudely disturbed by newcomers.

    How to Steal a Country

    • Rehad Desai
    • 2019

    A riveting account of the investigations into the corrupt practices of Former President Jacob Zuma of South Africa, and the scandals surrounding the wealthy Indian Gupta family. Is there still room for justice within this fledgling democracy?

    Little Man, Time and the Troubadour

    • Ineke Smits
    • 2019

    Bypassing political propaganda and combining elements from documentary, fiction and animation, the film sheds a poetic light on a question: what is home, what makes a country?

    Merry Christmas, Yiwu

    • Mladen Kovacevic
    • 2020

    An intimate film about everyday lives of Chinese workers stuck in between Chinese communist tradition and newly discovered Chinese dream that takes places in Yiwu, a city with 600 Christmas factories.

    Mother

    • Kristof Bilsen
    • 2019

    A tender documentary about a Thai mother caring for Westerners afflicted by Alzheimer's.

    Never Whistle Alone

    • Marco Ferrari
    • 2019

    Think about your job, your office, your colleagues... What if you discover that your boss is corrupt?

    Oeconomia

    • Carmen Losmann
    • 2020

    Layer by layer, the episodic documentary Oeconomia reveals how the rules of the contemporary capitalist game systematically precondition growth, deficits and concentrations of wealth.

    Putin’s Witnesses

    • Vitaly Mansky
    • 2018

    A close account of the first year of Putin’s presidency, in which Vitaly Mansky also questions his own role: witness or silent accomplice?

    Selfie

    • Agostino Ferrente
    • 2019

    Director Agostino Ferrente gave underprivileged teenagers a phone to film their own lives in whatever way they liked. The result brings us movingly close to the grim reality of life in Naples.

    Space Dogs

    • Elsa Kremser, Levin Peter
    • 2019

    How a Moscow street dog was sent into space and returned as a ghost. 

    The Ugliest Car

    • Grzegorz Szczepaniak
    • 2017

    A witty, tender observation of a man who drives his 94-year-old mother around in a dilapidated Wartburg, rightly voted "ugliest car in Poland."

    This Train I Ride

    • Arno Bitschy
    • 2019

    Lured by the call of the rails, 3 women left everything behind to pursue a hobo lifestyle. A quest for identity, freedom and finding one’s place in the world.

    Traces

    • Aysun Bademsoy
    • 2019

    The film goes on a quest to search for traces left in the German society after killings committed by the National Socialist Underground terrorist group in the early 2000s.