Portraits: Human Journeys

​The human factor is the dominant element in this segment, where life, everyday reality and multiple historical and cultural fluctuations decisively affect the narrative. Unique personal stories which either stand out from the mainstream as special cases, or use isolated examples as a vehicle to penetrate the unknown world of smaller communities or minorities.

1.  Art & Craft / Jennifer Grausman, Sam Cullman, USA
2.  Between Rings / Salla Sorri, Jessie Chisi, Finland-Zambia
3.  Captivated – The Trials of Pamela Smart / Jeremiah Zagar, USA-UK
4.  David Kennedy, The Sculptor of Life / Angelos Kovotsos, Greece
5.  Fassbinder – To Love without Demands / Christian Braad Thomsen, Denmark
6.  Flame / Dan Covert (Dress Code), Andre Andreev (Dress Code), USA-Bulgaria
7.  Greece of Christos Chryssopoulos, Petros Markaris and Ersi Sotiropoulos / Nicolas Autheman, France
8.  How to Smell a Rose: A Visit with Ricky Leacock in Normandy / Les Blank, Gina Leibrecht, USA
9.  I Am a Visitor in your World / Miguel Silveira, USA
10.  Katharine Hepburn – The Great Kate / Rieke Brendel, Andrew Davies, Germany
11.  Kostis Palamas – The Supreme Flower in Greek Literature / Stamatis Tsarouchas, Greece
12.  Letter to a Father / Edgardo Cozarinsky, Argentina-France
13.  Pepe Mujica – Lessons from the Flowerbed / Heidi Specogna, Germany
14.  Pure Life / Panagiotis Evangelidis, Greece
15.  Regarding Susan Sontag / Nancy Kates, USA
16.  Running from Crazy / Barbara Kopple, USA
17.  The Voice of Sokurov / Leena Kilpeläinen, Finland
18.  The Αrchaeologist / Kimon Tsakiris, Greece
19.  Transcending Fear: The Story of Gao Zhisheng / Wenjing Ma, USA
20.  Transfixed / Alon Kol, Canada
21.  Ulrich seidl – A Director at Work / Constantin Wulff, Austria-Germany-Switzerland
22.  Un Condor / Yannis Kolozis, Greece