Documentary Program Announcement

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Documentary Program Announcement

The Documentary Program of the 7th Moscow Jewish Film Festival is announced.

Documentary works are an important part of the Moscow Jewish Film Festival. This year, the documentary program includes remarkable projects by directors from various corners of the world. The films are dedicated to pressing social problems, personal stories of their creators, and many other themes. 

This section will present films such as Love It Was Not (dir. Maya Sarfaty, Israel, 2020, 12+), Til’ Kingdom Come (dir. Maya Zinshtein, Israel, UK, Norway, 2020, 16+), Final Account (dir. Luke Holland, UK, USA, 2020, 16+).

Ksenia Gapchenko, film expert:

As a documentary filmmaker and curator, I am always most intrigued by the films that on the surface seem very personal but use their intimacy to tell global stories. This year, I have tried to make a program exclusively out of such films. You will watch absolutely different documentaries — moving love stories, gripping investigations, narratives about military conflicts. I have also aimed to invite films that have never been screened in Moscow before.

The full program of the Festival is available at the following link.