7 June 2023

The 20th MDAG in Gdynia has come to an end

Autor: Natalia Spychalska

The remarkable days spent at the 20th Millenium Docs Against Gravity, Poland’s largest film festival, have just come to an end. This special festival edition brought us not only a plethora of extraordinary documentary films but also unforgettable accompanying events. Spanning over 12 days, the festival attracted crowds of enthusiastic audiences, documentary film aficionados, and filmmakers from all over the world.

Millenium Docs Against Gravity is a film festival that has been inviting us for years to explore diverse perspectives on reality. Its aim is to showcase the latest and most inspiring documentary works that delve into important social, political, cultural, and environmental issues. The festival offers a unique opportunity to delve into the diversity of the world, see it through the eyes of extraordinary creators, and experience the profound power that documentary film can possess.

One of the highlights of the festival were the debates and panel discussions that took place after the film screenings. Experts, filmmakers, and audiences had the chance to exchange their insights, ask questions, and deepen their understanding of the topics explored in the films. It was an invaluable opportunity for reflection and dialogue, opening doors to further exploration of the issues tackled by the documentaries.

Millenium Docs Against Gravity festival concluded with the announcement of the winners in various categories. This recognition celebrated the outstanding contributions of filmmakers who presented thought-provoking narratives and shed light on pressing global concerns. The awards not only honored their talent and dedication but also served as a testament to the festival’s commitment to promoting exceptional documentary storytelling.

For more information, please visit the website at https://mdag.pl/en/watch-online/20/news.

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