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Special Event

  • Mir Cinema (Kazlova, 4a)
    13 December 18:30

    The grand opening of the fourth film festival Watch Docs Belarus will take place on December 13 at 6.30 pm in the Mir cinema (Minsk, Kozlova 4а).

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  • Ruin Bar OK 16 (Kastryčnickaja street, 16)
    13 December 22:00

    Last year we convinced RSP band to perform at our Private Party (Razbitaye Serza Pazana - English translation: Boy's Broken Heart) - and our girls' team just couldn't forget the cult boys. At our Private Party Watch Docs Belarus 2018, which takes place in the cultural hub OK16, we will be waiting for their amazingly funny performance at 10 p.m on December 13*.

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    *Entrance only with invitation cards (see link below)

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  • Mir Cinema (Kazlova, 4a)
    14 December 19:00

    Rene Hazekamp, a documentary film director from the Netherlands, will visit us to talk about the things which are truly important to him.

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  • Mir Cinema (Kazlova, 4a)
    15 December 14:00

    We are glad to highlight the only Belarusian documentary film in our program by inviting the director of "Debut" to join us after film screening.

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  • Mir Cinema (Kazlova, 4a)
    15 December 16:00

    Laurence McKeown is an Irish author, playwright, screenwriter, and former volunteer in the Provisional Irish Republican Army (PIRA) who took part in the 1981 Irish hunger strike.

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  • OK 16 (Kastryčnickaja street, 16)
    15 December 19:00

    Adam Michnik is a legendary Polish dissident who has neither lost his non-conformist position nor stopped his active actions after the fall of the communist regime. Adam is the founder of "Gazeta Wyborcza", which remains one of the main Polish media for almost 30 years. He still “aims for the impossible”, goes against the stream and sticks to his ideals and values.

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  • OK 16 (Kastryčnickaja street, 16)
    16 December 17:00

    As we approach the 70th anniversary of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights as well as our WATCH DOCS Belarus Film Festival, we and our partner "City for citizens" announce big news. From now on, we want to protect human rights not only by showing films and making discussions, but also by 'marking' particular organizations, agencies, initiatives, or their representatives, giving them medal “for outstanding achievements in the field of human rights”.

  • OK 16 (Kastryčnickaja street, 16)
    16 December 19:30

    After weeks of mass coffee drinking, several days of watching the best human rights documentaries and all heated discussions around them, comes our long-awaited Afterparty*.

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    *Entrance only with invitation cards (see link below)

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