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Thursday, 12/14/2017

It is a real discovery to listen to the imaginative and delicate thoughts of Lauri, a privilege for which we should thank Niina Brandt, the director of My Secret Forest. Presented this year at Verzio, it is a poetical story of love, silence, deep and powerful feelings, self-determination and understanding.

Thursday, 12/14/2017

David Borenstein, a scholar of Chinese received his training in anthropology at the City University of New York. He went to China with Fulbright Scholarship to study urbanization and real estate speculation. It was the high time of real estate investments: villages disappeared into thin air and new, luxurious metropolises were built instead. He became friends with Yana who was ambitiously getting into her business at a time that was organizing gigs with foreign performers typically in order to attract potential customers. The director also performed as a musician in these so-called “white monkey gigs”. An interview with David Borenstein about Dream Empire and China at the 14th Verzió Film Festival.

Friday, 12/01/2017

Forever Pure grabs your attention from the beginning until the very end, triggering in you feelings that you don't know what to do with when the lights are on again. As Maya Zinshtein suggests, these complex feelings should be put into actions to change things for the better.

Monday, 11/27/2017

When watching Dust, we can discover different layers of meaning. The first that unfolds is a distant world of a distant country. Children aged 8-10 that carry heavy bricks becomes a natural sight after a while and the viewer does not question the legitimate nature of this reality.

Monday, 11/20/2017

Verzio has a relatively small, but definitely enthusiastic team, who are working on preparing the festival for some intensive months, or some of them during the entire year. In this series of mini-interviews we would like to present some of the faces working behind the scenes, getting to know more about their relations to Verzio and to documentaries.

Saturday, 11/18/2017

The opening film of the 14th Verzio International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival is Nowhere to Hide, an outstanding documentary directed by Zaradasht Ahmed, which takes us to the central part of Iraq, to the triangle of death, where we follow the life of nurse Nori Sharif for five years.

Wednesday, 11/15/2017

A Verzió viszonylag kis csapata lelkes, elhivatott tagokból áll, akik a fesztivál előkészítésén dolgoznak néhány nagyon intenzív hónapon keresztül – vagy éppen egész évben. Miniinterjú sorozatunkban bemutatunk néhány, a kulisszák mögött dolgozó stábtagot, hogy kicsit jobban megismerjük kapcsolatukat a Verzióval és a dokumentumfilmekkel.

Wednesday, 11/15/2017

A Verzió viszonylag kis csapata lelkes, elhivatott tagokból áll, akik a fesztivál előkészítésén dolgoznak néhány nagyon intenzív hónapon keresztül – vagy éppen egész évben. Miniinterjú sorozatunkban bemutatunk néhány, a kulisszák mögött dolgozó stábtagot, hogy kicsit jobban megismerjük kapcsolatukat a Verzióval és a dokumentumfilmekkel.

Tuesday, 11/14/2017

The opening film of Verzio tells the story of an Iraqi hospital nurse and how he survived the war between ISIS and the Iraqi militia. It is an expressive opening of a festival tackling contemporary social issues, and offering us to face burdens of the past as well as our own humanity.

Tuesday, 11/14/2017

A Verzió viszonylag kis csapata lelkes, elhivatott tagokból áll, akik a fesztivál előkészítésén dolgoznak néhány nagyon intenzív hónapon keresztül – vagy éppen egész évben. Miniinterjú sorozatunkban bemutatunk néhány, a kulisszák mögött dolgozó stábtagot, hogy kicsit jobban megismerjük kapcsolatukat a Verzióval és a dokumentumfilmekkel.

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