The 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World, 2019

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DokuFest 

August 2-10, 2019 / Prizren, Kosovo / dokufest.com

For documentary connoisseurs, DokuFest, now in its 18th year, offers a uniquely enviable competition slate of nonfiction. The bounty of over 100 documentaries as well as shorts and experimental subjects resenting over 40 countries are meticulously curated into programs including: human rights docs, green docs, Balkan-focused docs, and docs of international interest. Other specialty curations include the festival’s “View From the World” strand and its “Truth” strand: these are multidisciplinary mood pieces coupled with outdoor exhibitions, artist talks, workshops and live music performances to create a full-sensory thematic experience. A panelist notes: “Few festivals get as much right as DokuFest does. Their programming team brings some of the best films of the year to a small town in Kosovo, where international filmmakers, industry, and locals gather to watch.” We haven’t even gotten into the late-night parties where Mykki Blanco and Princess Nokia have performed.

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1 Comment

  1. Maria Santagati

    August 1, 2019 at 5:28 am

    The Artis Center in Naples, Fl is really extraordinary. It’s the hub of performing arts, music, and film in Southwest Florida. It’s the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and Boston Symphony all in one – with art and entertainment for all ages. One of the things that impressed me most was the cultural campus for children, with programs for art and music in the form of summer camps, infusing art and music (and the importance of it) at a young age.

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