Munich, Germany, April 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- DOK.fest will be featuring the creations of documentary film makers from around the world who will be providing audiences with real life insights into all kinds of situations. The event will be deciding the best producers in a range of categories and artists will be vying for the festival’s top prize the DOK International award, with the winner receiving 10,000 Euros.
Film fans can see over 70 films being screened at six cinemas across Munich when the show runs for a week from 4th to 11th May 2011. Local film buffs can check out the entries for German speaking films that will address themes relevant to the country. Other attendees may like to see the productions from emerging and developing countries which highlight important issues such as human rights and social justice.
Aspiring directors can attend a number of workshops to learn about better film making and group discussions with the people from behind the camera will also take place to enable attendees to meet with the directors.
Last year over 12,000 visitors came to see the films and with similar numbers expected again this year finding a hotel in Munich Airport
is likely to become more difficult than usual.
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