News Archive

  • Meet us at MIPDOC/MIPTV 2017

    14.03.2017

    Meet us at MIPDOC/MIPTV 2017 where Deckert Distribution is present with new documentary films

    CABBAGE, POTATOES AND OTHER DEMONS
    DEAD DONKEYS FEAR NO HYENAS
    JOHN BERGER OR THE ART OF LOOKING
    PAVLENSKY MAN AND MIGHT
    PRISON SISTERS
    RODNYE (CLOSE RELATIONS)
    SAMUEL IN THE CLOUDS
    THE GIANT IS FALLING
    THE OTHER JERUSALEM

    Heino Deckert will attend MIPDOC/MIPTV and would be happy to meet you at Creative Europe MEDIA Stand - P4.B1 (Booth 505) on the 5th floor of the Palais des Festivals.
    Please contact us via info@deckert-distribution.com to arrange a meeting.

  • Deckert Distribution at IDFA 2016

    15.11.2016

    IDFA Amsterdam is about to start, & we are happy to announce that 4 films will be part of the official selection of IDFA 2016, with 8 more titles being part of Docs for Sale 2016.

    PRISON SISTERS by Nima Sarvestani
    IDFA Masters section, World Premiere
    21.11. / 21:05 Tuschinski 2
    23.11. / 22:15 Munt 11
    24.11. / 14:15 Munt 12
    25.11. / 10:00 Munt 12
    27.11. / 12:15 Tuschinski 6

    THE GIANT IS FALLING by Rehad Desai
    IDFA Panorama section, International Premiere
    17.11. / 20:45 De Kleine Komedie
    21.11. / 11:30 Tuschinski 4
    24.11. / 21:30 Podium Mozaiek
    25.11. / 19:00 Tolhuistuin

    RODNYE (CLOSE RELATIONS) by Vitaly Mansky
    IDFA Masters section, Dutch Premiere
    17.11. / 11:00 Munt 11
    21.11. / 17:30 Tuschinski 4
    22.11. / 18:30 De Balie - Grote Zaal
    24.11. / 17:15 Tuschinski 4
    27.11. / 12:15 Munt 12

    REVUE by Sergei Loznitsa
    Retrospective
    16.11. / 18:00 Tuschinski 6
    26.11. / 10:00 Tuschinski 6


    Films at Docs for Sale 2016:
    CABBAGE, POTATOES AND OTHER DEMONS
    CAFE WALDLUFT
    IMPRISONED LULLABY
    JOHN BERGER OR THE ART OF LOOKING
    PAVLENSKY - MAN AND MIGHT
    SAMUEL IN THE CLOUDS
    THOSE FROM THE SHORE
    UNDER THE SUN (58 min)


    Heino Deckert and Ina Rossow will be in Amsterdam and would be happy to meet you.

  • Our films at Dok Leipzig 2016

    24.10.2016

    We are thrilled that the following films are selected for Dok Leipzig 2016 (Oct. 31 - Nov. 6):

    RODNYE (CLOSE RELATIONS) by Vitaly Mansky
    Int. Competition, nominated for the MDR Film Prize, German Premiere
    Tue 01.11. / 16:00 / CineStar 8
    Thu 03.11. / 20:00 / CineStar 6

    KEEP FROZEN by Hulda Rós Gudnadóttir
    Int. Programme, nominated for the Healthy Workplaces Film Award, German Premiere
    Fri 04.11. / 22:30 / Passage Kinos Filmeck
    Sat 05.11. / 14:00 / Schaubühne Lindenfels

    PAVLENSKY - MAN AND MIGHT by Irene Langemann
    Int. Programme, nominated for the Goethe-Institute Documentary Film Prize, World Premiere
    Tue 01.11. / 19:30 / Passage Kinos Astoria
    Thu 03.11. / 17:00 / Schaubühne Lindenfels
    Sun 06.11. / 16:15 / CineStar 4

    CABBAGE, POTATOES AND OTHER DEMONS by Șerban Georgescu
    Int. Programme, World Premiere
    Tue 01.11./ 21:30 / Passage Kinos Universum
    Wed 02.11. / 10:00 / CineStar 4
    Sat 05.11. /10:00 / Passage Kinos Filmeck

    SHOT IN THE DARK by Frank Amann
    DOK Preview Germany

    Meet us at the festival!

  • THE LONGEST RUN pre-selected for European Film Award 2016

    26.08.2016

    THE LONGEST RUN by Marianna Economou is part of the European Film Awards Documentary Selection 2016!

    The selection is a list of 15 European documentaries recommended for a nomination for this year's European Film Awards.

    EFA Members will now vote for five documentary nominations. Based on these nominations, the EFA Members will then elect the ‘European Documentary 2016’ which will be announced during the awards ceremony on December 10 in Wroclaw, Poland.

    We keep our fingers x-ed!

  • RODNYE (CLOSE RELATIONS) at Toronto Int'l Film Festival 2016!

    10.08.2016

    RODNYE (CLOSE RELATIONS) by Vitaly Mansky will celebrate its North-American Premiere in the TIFF Docs section of the prestigious Toronto IFF 2016 (8.-18.9.2016).



    Screening dates & times:

    09.09.2016, 03:00pm at Scotiabank Theatre 5 (press & industry)
    14.09.2016, 05:30pm at Scotiabank Theatre 14
    16.09.2016, 06:00pm at Scotiabank Theatre 10
    17.09.2016, 09:30am at Scotiabank Theatre 11


    Heino Deckert is attending the festival.

  • World Premiere at Karlovy Vary IFF 2016!

    31.05.2016

    We are proud to announce that our film RODNYE (CLOSE RELATIONS) by Vitaly Mansky has been selected for the Documentary Films - Competition at Karlovy Vary IFF 2016.

  • Berlinale 2016

    12.02.2016

    We are proud that our doc BEYOND THE SNOWSTORM by Levin Peter will be the closing film of Berlinale's Perspektive Deutsches Kino section. The film screens on SUN February 21 at 20:30 at CinemaxX 1.

    Heino Deckert will join the MEET THE DISTRIBUTORS panel on TUE February 16 from 14:00 - 15:00 at the EFM Producers Hub / Martin Gropius Bau.

    Meet us in Berlin!

  • We have moved!

    30.11.2015

    New address as of Dec. 1, 2015:





    Deckert Distribution

    Gottschedstr. 18

    04109 Leipzig

    Germany





    Phone number & e-mail address remain the same.

  • 2015 International Emmy® Award for Miners Shot Down

    24.11.2015

    We are proud that our film MINERS SHOT DOWN by Rehad Desai has won the 2015 International Emmy® Award for the Best Documentary. The film tells the story of the 2012 Marikana massacre. To date, MINERS SHOT DOWN has been shown in 76 festivals across 37 countries and won over 20 awards.

    “We are continuously humbled by the way the film is being appreciated by audiences all over the world. It shows how deeply disturbed people are about what happened at Marikana on 16 August 2012. It is now three years on and the commission of inquiry came to close a year ago. We await a fair and just outcome for the victims.”, says director Rehad Desai.

    The injured and arrested, along with the families of those killed at Marikana, recently learned that President Jacob Zuma plans to appoint a judge assisted by legal experts to expedite the process of civil claims. While this is welcomed, those affected by the massacre are very clear that is not enough. They want criminal prosecution of all those responsible for the massacre.