News

  • 6 Awards at Dok Leipzig 2018!

    05.11.2018

    This year was probably one of our most successful editions of DOK Leipzig EVER: we won 6 awards, including the Golden Dove for Best Long Documentary for I HAD A DREAM!!! Read More

  • Deckert Distribution at IDFA 2018

    24.10.2018

    Meet us at IDFA 2018 where we'll have 4 titles in the festival and some more titles in the Docs for Sale market. See you in Amsterdam! Read More

  • Our films at Dok Leipzig 2018

    10.10.2018

    Find out which of our films will celebrate its World Premiere at Dok Leipzig 2018... see the complete list of films, screenings dates & times here! Read More

New Films

  • Memory Games

    Germany, USA, Sweden | 2018 | 85min

    Welcome to the mind palace! Filmmakers Janet Tobias & Claus Wehlisch follow memory athletes from the US, Germany and Sweden on their way to a world championship. Read More

     
     
  • Hamada

    Sweden, Germany, Norway | 2018 | 58/90min

    With vitality and humor, HAMADA by Eloy Domínguez Serén paints an unusual portrait of a group of young friends living in a refugee camp in the middle of the stony Saharan desert. Read More

     
     
  • I Had A Dream

    Italy, France | 2018 | 52/84min

    From the feminist fights against Berlusconi to the last elections of 2018, the film by Claudia Tosi explores the last ten years of Italy through the political action and the everyday life of the two compelling women. Read More

     
     
  • Everything Must Fall

    South Africa | 2018 | 58/85min

    An unflinching look at the #FeesMustFall student movement that burst onto the South African political landscape in 2015 as a protest over the cost of education. Read More

     
     
  • Nine Month War

    Hungary, Qatar | 2018 | 54/73min

    Jani has left his family to serve in the Ukrainian Army for nine months. His mother wants her son back. Jani just wants independence. Combining visuals of cinema verité and mobile footage of war, László Csuja chronicles Jani’s fight for adulthood during his military service and after his discharge. Read More

     
     
  • Putin's Witnesses

    Latvia, Switzerland, Czech Republik | 2018 | 95/102min

    With this film, Vitaly Mansky gives a strictly documentary testimony of the operation “Successor”, as a result of which Russia ended up with the President who still rules the country today: Vladimir Putin. Read More

     
     
  • Dark Eden

    Germany | 2018 | 80min

    Directors Jasmin Herold & Michael Beamish explore Fort McMurray in the far north of Canada, home of the largest industrial project and the third largest oil reserve on the planet, searching for an answer to the question, "How high is the price for a better life?". Read More

     
     
  • My Home, in Libya

    Italy | 2018 | 66min

    Martina Melilli questions her grandparents' life in Tripoli, Libya, before being expelled in 1970. To search their traces she contacts a young Libyan. As their relation grows, the images and thoughts they exchange online bring us into a world the media has no access to anymore. Read More

     
     
  • A Family Quartet

    Netherlands | 2018 | 58/73min

    Meet 16 year old Dutch violin talent Noa Wildschut and her family during the three years leading up to her debut album and international breakthrough. When Noa's talent reaches a new high, this affects the family as a whole. Read More

     
     
  • Exit

    Norway, Germany, Sweden | 2018 | 52/80min

    What makes a person join an extremist movement - and what exactly makes a person leave it again? Director Karen Winther puts on a personal journey, reflecting on her very own extremist past and the stories of the people she meets along her travels in Norway, Germany, France, Denmark and the USA. Read More

     
     
  • SPK Complex

    Germany | 2018 | 111min

    Gerd Kroske tells the story of the anti-psychiatric “Socialist Patient’s Collective” (SPK) in Heidelberg. The allegation of having supported the RAF, and thus of being complicit in their terrorism, still clings to the SPK and overlies what the movement was originally about: the rights of psychiatric patients, resistance, and self-empowerment. Read More

     
     
  • Stronger Than A Bullet

    Sweden | 2017 | 58/75min

    Maryam Ebrahimi’s film explores the misuse of photographer Saeid Sadeghi’s images from the first Persian Gulf War for Iran’s war propaganda, which propelled a generation to their deaths as martyrs. Read More