We offer a selection of the most interesting Canadian documentaries from the database of the National Film Board. Until the end of the week, you have the opportunity to watch poetic, experimental and animated documentary films made in Canada. We will introduce, for instance, works by the noteworthy avant-garde author of film collages, Arthur Lipsett, and films such as Pour la suite du monde, Le règne du jour, Les voitures d'eau by the Canadian documentarist Pierre Perrault.
News on the DAFilms portal
“A relaxed Polish Jew”; such was the characteristic of Łoziński given by one of the participants of the seminar Memories and Forgetting, held in Prague in 2005, where Łoziński personally presented several of his films. The following lines were written for those who want to learn more about this remarkable filmmaker…
- 3.1.2011 -
The protagonists of the film are thieves and their stories are thieves’ stories. They occurred primarily in Mexico City in the 1960s and 1970s, including all kinds of activities beyond the border of the law: begging, stealing, burglaries, robberies, fraud and murder…
- 2.1.2011 -
Each year, the offer of original Christmas presents is getting wider, heating up the Advent shopping fever even more. Thanks to the new service of the Docalliance portal, you can make your dear ones a present of an original film experience from the rich fountain of world‘s documentary film, making the dull holiday offer of television channels more varied.
- 12.12.2010 -
Thanks to our new offer Send a film as a gift, you can become a documentary Santa Claus this Christmas. If you belong to the less experienced “Santas”, who might find selecting from the rich offer of the portal as chaotic and stressful as running down the aisles in a shopping mall, you can try several of our film tips:
- 12.12.2010 -
The cinematography of the Baltic states ceases to be a place „where the lions live“ in the Czech context. Though the Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian films do not enter distribution, they have not escaped the attention of festival programmers. One of the 2010 Karlovy Vary festival awards went to the Lithuanian film The River/Upe. It is only good that the Docalliancefilms portal also keeps expanding its selection of the documentary film production of the Baltic states.
- 23.11.2010 -
Martin Ryšavý loves the captivating magic of the vast, timeless soul of Siberia, luring him back to places that are so unlike the meek gardens of Czechia; places where life can still be an adventure. To make his latest film, he put on reindeer skins and set out to the very north of Yakutsk, a land of polar bears, to make a portrait of eternity in the frosty wilderness.
- 15.11.2010 -