DokuFest joins the fundraising campaign to help the victims of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria, by opening the doors of DokuKino to the public, starting tomorrow.
Over three days staring this week(February 14-16), a selection of films will be screened at DokuKino, Prizren. The films screenings include, documentary ‘LOVE, DEUTSCHMARKS & DEATH’ by Turkish filmmaker Cem Kaya, short films ‘IN BETWEEN’ and ‘DISPLACED’ by Samir Karahoda, as well as two short documentaries made in our film school ‘Future is Here’: ‘TIME’ by Endri Maloku and ‘DEDI’ by Blendi Haxhibeqiri.
100% of the proceeds from your donations at the film screenings will go towards the charity organization World Central Kitchen, which serves cooked food to communities affected by natural disasters who are undergoing humanitarian crises.
Our prayers are with the families and loved ones of those who were injured and lost their lives as a result of this tragedy.
Tuesday and Wednesday (14-15 February), 19:00
LOVE, DEUTSCHMARK & DEATH – Cem Kaya
2022 — 96’ / Turkish, ALB subtitles
Love, Deutschmarks and Death tells the story of the independent and largely unknown music of immigrants from Turkey and their children and grandchildren in Germany in a very lively way, full of rhythm. In the form of a documentary essay, director Cem Kaya takes his viewers into a dazzling
universe of musical diversity. In a cinematic experience of the highest sound quality, he brings the energy and spirit of those years to life. E.g., the stage shows of the eccentric folk duo Derdiyoklar at a wedding with thousands of guests in a multi-purpose hall redecorated as a festival hall somewhere in the Ruhr region: melancholic, but danceable, political, but cheerful, larmoyant in expression, but sincere.
Të ejten (16 shkurt), 19:00
IN BETWEEN / DISPLACED / TIME / DEDI
IN BETWEEN – Samir Karahoda
2019 — 14′ / Shqip
Brothers and sons who live abroad build identical houses to express the equality and unity in DOKUFEST family. An empathetic portrait of the families that, by economic necessity, need to live much of their lives separated and living in cultures not their own.
DISPLACED – Samir Krahahoda
2021 — 15′ / Shqip
In post-war Kosovo, driven by the ambition of keeping their beloved sport alive, two local players wander from one obscure location to another carrying with them the only possession of the club: their tables.
TIME (KOHA) – Endri Maloku
2021 — 7’ / Shqip
Saving people from drowning, life and the true perception of the flowing of time like the river Drini, reflected by a 96 year old man.
DEDI – Blendi Haxhibeqiri
2022 – 13′ / Shqip
The diary, the only asset to never forget the most beautiful moments in life. Dedi’s most beautiful trace that those events live forever. Each journey written with special care and full of love.