The homosexual director Parvez Sharma has made a documentary about his pilgrimage to Mecca. With this film he aims to show that is it is possible to be both a devout Muslim and gay.
"It is a prison story, so it does want to tell a story about the American justice system. But that to me is not the main point. To me it is really about two very simple, but profound truths"
We met up with DOX:AWARD nominee Erik Gandini “The Swedish Theory of Love” that has its World premiere at the 13th edition of the documentary film festival.
Two of the six Angulo-brødre for a Q&A at the screening of 'Wolfpack'.
"In the larger sense, our aim was to tell a story about three very unique men, in somewhat extraordinary circumstances who are in fact just like you and me, and we are just like them"
"When I started the making of this movie I wanted to address the underappreciating for the acceptance of a lower life. “Lower” because the dreams we had were undervalued"
"Actually, I wanted to ask some questions about identity and about how we understand identity. How Rio de Janerio is destroying identities in some neighborhoods and creating new ones"
"I also had a wish to reflect on my own childhood and find some similarities in our lives. We have to tell our stories to our children so they can remember who they are, and where they come from"
Interview with director Christopher Doyle and producer Jenny Suen at the premiere of their film Hong Kong Trilogy at CPH:DOX film festival 2015.
“'In Limbo' tries to tell how mankind tried to create its own afterlife, by building a world of digital memory and developing the Internet.