DokuFest Film Catalogue
Our ‘Future is Here’ Film school brings every year around 15 young people from high schools to work and create original films on social and human rights-oriented topics, which creates a multidimensional approach that provides younger generations with tools for empowerment by means of encouraging self-expression. Through these programs’ youth are offered the floor to debate on various social issues of their immediate concern, engaging them in intercultural dialogue on identity, human rights, gender equality, climate change, culture and so on.
7 films produced through the project “Film and Factual Media” This grant is funded by the project ‘Luxembourg support for Civil Society in Kosovo’, financed by the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and managed by Kosovar Civil Society Foundation.
5 films produced through Human Rights Factory: Interethnic Community Cooperation through Storytelling, an EU funded project, managed by the
European Union office in Kosovo.
Films of 3 generations of filmmakers from the WB region that attended the artistic, diverse, informal, creative documentary film lab initiated by Pravo Ljudski Film Festival and DokuFest, and generously supported by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) from Washington D.C.
6 Stories From the Kosovo Margins by emerging filmmakers from Kosovo and the Region. The program is funded by EU and managed by European Union Office in Kosovo.
5 collaborative projects of youth from Switzerland, Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina. A project by Swiss Youth Film Festival & Documentary Film Festival, Dokufest, KREF Filmski Festival in Serbia, Pravo Ljudski Film Festival in Bosnia &Herzegovina.
6 films produced through a collaborative program co-funded by Erasmus+ programme (European Commission) and Conseil RÈgional PACA in partnership
with Pistes Solidaires Mediterranee and DokuFest.