NITESH ANJAAN

MORE LOVE FOR 'DISTANT BARKING OF DOGS' AND 'DREAMING MURAKAMI' by Mauricio Gonzalez-Aranda

We're happy to announce that Simon Lereng Wilmont’s engrossing work ‘The Distant Barking of Dogs’ won yet another award. This time for Best Film in the International Competition of CinéDOC-Tbilisi International Documentary Film Festival in Georgia.

 

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THREE FILMS SCREENING AT HOT DOCS 2018 by Mauricio Gonzalez-Aranda

We are proud to announce that we are presenting no less than three films at the Hot Docs festival in Toronto this year: The Distant Barking of Dogs, What Walaa Wants and Dreaming Murakami.

Following the lives of a 10-year old Ukrainian boy caught in a raging conflict, a young girl fighting for her right to train as a policewoman in Palestine, and a 60-year old Danish translator immersing herself in the surreal world of Haruki Murakami, the films speak to the heterogeneity of our output, and in each their own way, offer gripping and poetic stories about personal struggle and perseverance.

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‘DREAMING MURAKAMI’ MOST SEEN FILM AT CPH:DOX 2018 by Mauricio Gonzalez-Aranda

More than 2000 people were watching when Nitesh Anjaan’s second feature documentary Dreaming Murakami had its Danish premiere during this year’s CPH:DOX festival: Close to 600 people attended the gala event at The Royal Danish Library, and around 1600 people across the country were tuned in as well, following the event via live-transmission.

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SIX NEW DOCUMENTARIES FROM FINAL CUT FOR REAL AT CHP:DOX by Mauricio Gonzalez-Aranda

The 2014 program for CPH:DOX, Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, has been released, and among the selected films are four productions by Final Cut for Real and an additional two co-productions.

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