By Laman Ismayilova
A screening of interesting films and meetings have been held within DokuBaku Film Festival.
Guests were presented films, including "The End of Time" by Peter Mettler, "God Is Not Working on Sunday" by Leona Goldstein, "All That Passes Through A Window That Doesn't Open" by Martin DiCicco, "Shooting Holy Land" by Gilad Baram, "Machines" by Rahul Jain, "Dream Empire" by David Borenstein.
The master classes by Erik Gandini and Mirnaib Gasanoglu were also held as part of the event, Trend Life reported.
The films were presented by the author of the DokuBaku project Veronika Yanatkova, the senior lecturer of the ADA University Anar Veliyev, the representative of the Equals platform Nazakyat Amirli and the film critic Araz Zeyniyev.
Further, guests enjoyed concert of music band DiHaj.
DokuBaku is the first international documentary film festival in Azerbaijan, which takes place in Baku on October 12-20.
The idea of the first ever international documentary film festival in Azerbaijan came from director Imam Hasanov and producer Veronika Janatkova.
The theme of this year’s festival is “Testing the Reality”. The festival consists of main and competition programs.
The audience are presented 15 domestic films and 17 foreign films from Germany, Italy, Russia, the Czech Republic and other countries. A number of master classes with filmmakers and producers are being held for event participants.
The four-day international workshop "My street films", organized in frames of DokuBaku will be concluded with screening of two movies made during the workshop by the participants.
Film screenings are taking place in cinema halls and cafes around Baku.
Media partners of the event are Trend.az, Day.az, Milli.az, Azernews.az.
Laman Ismayilova is AzerNews’ staff journalist, follow her on Twitter: @Lam_Ismayilova
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