Screenings of Doc Next films
Videos and photos from the Doc Next Media Collection are shown at many offline events throughout the world! By screening our films on any occasion, we want to contribute to and engage others in the investigation and discussion of media in our societies. We love to ‘infiltrate’, thus creating a link between the traditional media and the constantly developing world of free culture.

imgres-1REFRAME / Philanthropy House / Belgium / 19 March – 12 May 2014

Accompanying the exhibition ‘Reframe – Perspectives on Europe through comics from Algeria, Turkey and the UK’ at the Philanthropy House in Brussels (Belgium), Doc Next films are screened till 12 May 2014.

peoplesWE THE PEOPLES FILM FESTIVAL / London / UK / 3 November 2013

  • I Was Five – Maryam Tafakory
  • Cudzoziemiec do Wynajęcia (Foreigner for Rent) – Agnieszka Małek
  • El precio de un sueño (The Price of a Dream) – John Gómez
  • Cinnet (Insanity) – Osman Yüksel Bayram

MARGARET MEAD FILM FESTIVAL / New York / USA / 20 October 2013

  • Top Ten LDN – Tara Manandhar

LONDON FILM FESTIVAL / London / UK / 11 + 17 October 2013 lff13-artwork

  • Congregations – Onyeka Igwe

BBC THREE FRESH (ONLINE TV) / UK / September 2013

  • Hair And Now – Matthew Kay

BERWICK FILM ARTS FESTIVAL / Berwick / UK / 27 September 2013

  • Fishcakes & Cocaine – Alex Nevill

COMMUNITY CHANNEL (TV) / UK / 6 July 2013

  • Hitching the A1 – Gary McQuiggin & Onyeka Igwe

imgresREFUGE IN FILMS LAUNCH / London/ UK / 22 June 2013

  • Limbo – Hamid Reza Rejaby
  • You are Rich Because I am Poor – Shorrsh
  • First Steps (Sorry + Please) – Cedoux Kadima
  • Helping Others – Adhurim Demiraj
  • Congratulations – Salih Ahmed
  • Communication – Alicja
  • Crossing/Transito – David Gallardourl-2
  • Nowhere – David Sypniewski

OPEN CITY DOCS FEST / London / UK / 20 – 23 June 2013

  • Doctor Loco – Matthew Kay & Anna Snowball
  • Comforting Austerity – Gary McQuiggin & Onyeka Igwe
  • Rollercoaster Poets – Tara Manandhar
  • On Site – Matthew Kay
  • My Family’s House – Anna Snowball
  • Seeing Sound & Hearing Colour; A Music Video for Synaesthesia – Taran Burns

CANNES FILM FESTIVAL / Cannes /France / 15 – 26 May 2013

      • 2×2 – Iza Kiszczak (Poland)url
      • Rollercoaster Poets – Tara Manandhar (UK)
      • Murciegalo – Rocia Garcia Martinez (Spain)
      • Astronauts – Jaha Browne & Tara Manandhar (UK)
      • Comforting Austerity – Gary McQuiggin & Onyeka Igwe (UK)
      • The Lights of Flushing – Anna Snowball (UK)
      • Life in Tarlabasi – Busra Ornek (Turkey)
      • Refika – Ozge Deniz Ozker (Turkey)
      • Doctor Loco – Matthew Kay & Anna Snowball (UK)
      • Unbounded: Wildfire in the Aegean – Sena Basoz (Turkey)
      • Tea House­ – Jan Mencwel (Poland)
      • On Site – Matthew Kay (UK)

IMG_0199-300x200CIHANGIR PARK / Istanbul / Turkey / 26 June & 4 July Remapping Europe Istanbul remix videos were showcased by Doc Next Network partner MODE Istanbul as part of Documentarist 2013, which coincided with the beginning of the Gezi Park protests in Istanbul. This gave way to an initiative of MODE Istanbul to hold an ongoing series of screenings after the Gezi protests had turned into small meetings across Istanbul’s many neighborhood parks as gathering places for people to collectively discuss the events and to formulate demands and solutions in the form of forums.

      • Portmanteau – Hande Zerkin (TR)
      • How Do You Know Tarlabasi – Büşra Örnek (TR)
      • Migrant-Settler – Hulya Mete (TR)
      • Gurbet City – Mehmet Sami (TR)

url-1DOCUMENTARIST 2013 / Istanbul / Turkey / 6 June 2013

      • Astronauts, Jaha Browne and Tara Manandhar
      • How Would You Like to Migrate?, Fatih Bilgin
      • The Silent Excursion ’89, Enes Uysal,
      • Separation, Pinar Idil Yakut
      • Nowhere, David Sypniewski (Poland)
      • Yu-gos-lav-ya, Sahika Karatepe
      • Portmanteau, Hande Zerkin
      • How Do You Know Tarlabasi?, Melis Goker
      • Gurbet City, Mehmet Sami 
      • Settler Migrant, Hulya Mete 
      • Map of Migration, Suleyman Sahin
      • Forced Migration, Gulten Okcuoglu
      • Insanity, Osman Yuksel Bayram
      • Crossing
      • Mobile Inner Peace, Ayse Aybuke Samast

url-1The 9th European Integration FORUM (EIF) on Integration of Migrant Youth / Brussels / Belgium / 4 & 5 June 2013

      • Hoodforts, Mile End Community Project (UK)
      • Crossing, David Gallardo (Spain)

urlPLANETE+DOC FESTIVAL / Warsaw + Wroclaw / Poland / 10 – 19 May 2013

      • A Life in Tarlabasi (”Tarlabasi’nda Bir Yasam”), Busra Ornek 
      • Congregations, Onyeka Igwe, Wielka Brytania
      • Education (“Murciegalo”), Rocío García Martínez
      • Enclosure (”Kapanim”), Akile Nazli Kaya
      • O rządach miłości (”The Governance of Love”), Adela Kaczmare
      • Refika (“Refika”), Ozge Deniz Ozker
      • The mural of care (“El mural de los cuidados”), Héctor Rojo Letón
      • Trzy Głosy (”Three Voices”), Michalina Musielak
      • Remix Films: Gurbet City, Portmantea, How Would You Like to Migrate, Separation, The Silent Excursion 89, Settler Migrant, Coffee for one, Arrested with no papers, Velitas, Lifes tell me your story, Crossing, I’m going to dance pegao

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HOLLAND DOC / Dutch National Television / March 2013

Where to start if you just entered the film and television industry? Dutch documentary Channel Holland Doc 24 has a weekly slot for young documentary makers on national TV. Every Sunday at half past eight in the evening are now one or more short documentary films by young filmmakers. All films are also broadcasted online.

98LAB SHOWCASE / Seville / Spain / 26  February 2013
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      • The Mural of Care, Héctor Rojo Letón
      • An Andalusian Grandmother, Juanma Moreno
      • Keep calm and love on, Álvaro S. Fernández
      • Milk, Carmen Higueras ”
      • Outside Mirror, Ángel Montalbán
      • Jamming the Code, Ro Trejo Zamorano
      • Self Portrait, Ariana S. Cota
      • Grooves, Gema Luque Higueras
      • Murciegalo, Rocío García Martínez’’
      • Gleams and Reflections, Lucas Tello
      • Wander, Álvaro Cantero

url-3DOCUMENTARY MONDAYS at Centrul Ceh / Bucharest / Romania / 25 February 2013

      • Glued, Benoit Detalle, Belgia, 2011, 6’
      • Illustrated Stories (Cuentos Ilustrados), Pablo Domínguez (Spain)
      • Decision (Decyzja), Monika Jankowska Olejnik (Poland)
      • The Life of Allotments (Działkowcy), Anastazja Kądziela (Poland)
      • Jorge, Lucas Tello Pérez (Spain)
      • Now, Listen!, Dominik Dušek (Czech Republic)
      • Pszów, Agata and Monika Zajac, Michalina and Marzena Krakowczyk a.o. (Poland)
      • Faster, Harder, Stronger, Melisa Uneri (Turkey)
      • Hoodforts, Mile End Community Project (UK)
      • Astronauts, Jaha Browne and Tara Manandhar (UK)
      • Enclosure (Kapanım), Akile Nazli Kaya (Czech Republic)

Screen Shot 2013-07-08 at 3.41.49 PMFUTURE FILM FESTIVAL / London / UK / 16 – 18 February 2013

      • Doctor Loco, Matthew Kay & Anna Snowball
      • Coming Alive, Jaha Browne
      • Rollercoaster Poets, Tara Manandhar
      • Seeing Sound & Hearing Colour, a Music Video for Synaesthesia, Taran Burns
      • On Site, Matthew Kay
      • Bordered, Onyeka Igwe
      • Hitching the A1, Gary McQuiggin & Onyeka Igwe 
      • The Lights of Flushing, Anna Snowball
      • Fishcakes & Cocaine, Alex Nevill

DSC05049UTOPIA FESTIVAL SHOWCASE / Codoba/ Spain / 5-8 December 2012

      • This the Type of Birds (Taki Typ Ptactwa), Małgorzata Goliszewska, Poland, 2011
      • Without Spectator (Bez Widza), Rafał Andrzej Głombiowski, Poland, 2011
      • Enclosure (Kapanım), Akile Nazli Kaya, Czech Republic, 2011
      • Never Too Late to Reach It (Llegando a Todo), Raquel Campuzano Godoy, Spain, 2011
      • Let Yourself Go, Bethan Lloyd, UK, 2011
      • Astronauts, Jaha Browne and Tara Manandhar, UK, 2012
      • No husband but a pig in Estonia, Sasha Kheyfets, Estonia, 2011
      • Refika, Ozge Deniz Ozker, Turkey, 2012 
      • Illustrated Stories (Cuentos Ilustrados), Pablo Domínguez, Spain, 2011

urlInternational Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) 2012 / The Netherlands, / 14-25 November 2012

      • View full playlist here.

PLANETE+DOC FILM FESTIVAL / Warsaw and Wroclaw / Poland / 11 – 20 May 2012 1. Let’s experiment

      • Launderette by Alex Nevill (UK)
      • A Man Without Face by Tadas Vidmantas (Lituania)
      • TRON by Felipe G. Gil (Spain)
      • Illustrated stories by Pablo Domínguez Sánchez (Spain)
      • Ebb and Tide by Nazil Kaya (Turkey)
      • Sounds and Shadows by Selin Gunduz (Turkey)

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      • Taki typ ptactwa by Małgorzata Goliszewska (Poland)
      • Decyzja by Monika Jankowska (Poland)
      • Działkowcy by Anastazja Kądziela (Poland)
      • Biuro rzeczy zagubionych by Anna Rok, Agnieszka Kokowska (Poland)

url-4ZEMOS98 FESTIVAL / Seville / 14th April 2012

      • Glued by Benoit Detalle (Belgium) – 5’42″
      • Rock the Caucuses by Smearballs (Canada) – 3’22″
      • Now, Listen! by Dominik Dušek (Germany) – 3’
      • Subasta II by Smalouli (Marrocco) – 2’51″
      • The Manufacture Of Consent by Enrico Argento (Portugal) – 2’22″
      • WakeUpArtists! (Dedicated to Malish) by SpriteHat (Italy) – 4’
      • Mutantes by Duplex Corporeition (Spain) – 4’24″
      •  A mi tío by Lacasinegra (Spain) – 1’33″
      • Our Dangerous Demands by Malaventura (Spain) – 2’
      •  Live Free or Die Hard (Project 12, 8/12) by Diran Lyons (USA) – 1’12″
      •  Abra la boca (Open Your Mouth) by Montserrat Santalla Gasco (Spain) – 3’31″
      •  Rap News X: #Occupy2012 (feat. Noam Chomsky & Anonymous) by Hugo Farrant and Giordano Nanni (Australia) – 7’48″

BFI’s FUTURE FILM FESTIVAL / London / 18 – 19 February 2012

      • Brothers (Poland)
      • Cuentos Ilustrados (Spain)
      • Decision (Poland)
      • Decision Only – about a street masseuse in Brighton (UK)
      • Ece-Esque (Turkey)
      • I’m Looking for Someone (Poland)
      • Laundrette (UK)
      • One of Us (Turkey)
      • Recover & Rebuild: Croydon – about the aftermath of the London Riots (UK)
      • Sex Sense (Spain)
      • Sounds & Shadows (Turkey)
      • Tron (15M Version) (Spain)
      • Wires (UK)

International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) 2011 / The Netherlands: Thepartnership of IDFA and Doc Next Network is based on a mutual concern for the inclusion of young D-I-Y media talent in public opinion. IDFA scouts for new talents by visiting film schools, writings to broadcasters and using international scouts. Many young filmmakers also know where to find IDFA and send their work directly to the festival.

      • More than 30 Doc NExt films were screened at IDFA 2011.

SEVILLE EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL / Spain / 4 – 11 November 2011

      • A Way, Sergey Kirasyan (Armenia)
      • Biżuteria Publiczna, Iwo Kondefer (Poland)
      • Bracia, Emi Mazurkiewicz (Poland)
      • Ece’esque, Bahar Demirkan, Okyar Igli, Hayati Kose and Morteza Moghaddam (Turkey)
      • Grown up at age of 11in Macedonia, Vladimir Tevcev (Macedonia)
      • Guilty until Proven Innocent, Danyal Laskar (UK)
      • Launderette, Bertie Telezynski and Alex Nevill (UK)
      • Lost in Translation, Akile Nazli Kaya (Turkey)
      • Sex Sense, José Manuel Borrego, José Manuel Expósito, Pedro Fernández, Rosario Fernández, Noelia Fernández, Belén Márquez, José Antonio Márquez, Iván Ruiz Vergara and Pablo Domínguez (Spain)
      • The last communist in Berlin, Robin Meurer (Germany)
      • TRON, Felipe G. Gil (Spain)
      • Zero Point, Gjorgje Jovanovic (Macedonia)

EUROPEAN CULTURE CONGRESS in Wroclaw / Poland / 8 – 11 September 2011

    • A Way by Sergey Kirasyan (Armenia)
    • Biżuteria Publiczna by Iwo Kondefer (Poland)
    • Bracia by Emi Mazurkiewicz (Poland)
    • Ece’esque by Bahar Demirkan, Okyar Igli, Hayati Kose and Morteza Moghaddam (Turkey)
    • Grown up at age of 11 in Macedonia by Vladimir Tevcev (Macedonia)
    • Guilty until Proven Innocent by Danyal Laskar (UK)
    • Launderette by Bertie Telezynski and Alex Nevill (UK)
    • Lost in Translation by Akile Nazli Kaya (Turkey)
    • Sex Sense by José Manuel Borrego, José Manuel Expósito, Pedro Fernández, Rosario Fernández, Noelia Fernández, Belén Márquez, José Antonio Márquez, Iván Ruiz Vergara and Pablo Domínguez (Spain)
    • The last communist in Berlin by Robin Meurer (Germany)
    • TRON by Felipe G. Gil (Spain)
    • Zero Point by Gjorgje Jovanovic (Macedonia)