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WaitingForAugust_3
24 Sep 2014

WAITING FOR AUGUST

The film is playing in six countries at the same time at this wonderful festivals: DMZ Korea, Calgary IFF, Budapest IDF, Bergen IFF, Camden IFF, Reykjavik IFF and Vancouver IFF. These screenings are followed by participations at Astra Sibiu, Valdivia IFF, BFI London, Hot Springs and Antenna. Looking forward to more screenings in South America, Ireland, Belgium and many more.

badjao6
24 Sep 2014

WALKING UNDER WATER

Here are the next festival stations: Rio Film Festival, Camden Film Festival, Zürich IFF, Reykjavik IFF, Vancouver IFF, DHFest Mexico, BFI London and Margarete Mead in New York. And this is not the end.

Untitled-1
24 Sep 2014

CHILDREN 404 @ Festivals

Upcoming screenings are planed: Hungarian Premier at Budapest DIF, German Premier Filmfest Hamburg, US-premier at Seattle L&G FF followed by the Australian premier in Canberra. More Screenings coming soon.

badjao2
13 Aug 2014

WALKING UNDER WATER

The film about the Badjao will be part of the legendary Margaret Mead Film Festival in New York in October.

WaitingForAugust_5
23 Jun 2014

WAITING FOR AUGUST

The film by Teodora Ann Mihai will be part of the Documentary Competition at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival which takes place form July 4-12.

badjao8
20 Jun 2014

WALKING UNDER WATER

Eliza’s film was just awarded with a Honorable Mention at LAFF. The Jury said: “For its deeply moving account of human struggle in the natural and spirit worlds, told with both harrowing immediacy and stunning visual poetry, an honorable mention goes to Eliza Kubarska’s Walking Under Water.”

sari goes to school
16 Jun 2014

A school for Sari

Our film Walking Under Water is finished. Being praised for its unique cinematic quality, the audience also reacted greatly on the main protagonists: Sari, a young sea nomad from the Badjao tribe and his uncle, the compressor diver from Mabul Island. Their culture is on the verge of extinction and the Badjao are driven to the land. As they neither have nationality nor passport they also do not have access to the education system in Malaysia. We want to open a school for Badjao kids! We launched the campaign and we would be happy if you took five minutes of your time to have a look. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sari-goes-to-school

sheffield
26 Mai 2014

Sheffield

Stefan Kloos and Anja Dziersk will attend Doc.Fest and the Meet Market in Sheffield from June 8 tip 11.

krakow
26 Mai 2014

Krakow IFF

Stefan Kloos will be tutoring at the DOK.Incubator and DOK.Incubator Restart workshop during the festival in Krakow from May 27 tip 29.