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Because great documentaries change the way we see the world, we dedicate ourselves to exposing documentaries from every corner of the earth, giving a voice to the voiceless.

The Docuworld Film Festival is the festival counterpart of The Breaking-TV Film Festival and is held annually in conjunction with The British Films Market and The Breaking-TV Film Festival.

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Docuworld Film Festival 2023

The 2nd annual edition of the Docuworld Film Festival will take place on the 12th, 13th & 14th of May 2023 at the Queen's Gate Hall and the Chiswick Cinema in London, United Kingdom. 

Awards and Trophies will be delivered for:


Best Feature Documentary

Best British Documentary

Best Picture Documentary

Best Short Documentary
Best Series Documentary

The festival's mission is to promote awareness, understanding, and appreciation of documentary films as a medium of art and education. The Docuworld Film Festival seeks to provide a platform for diverse voices, stories, and perspectives that may otherwise be overlooked or marginalized in mainstream media.

The festival's programming includes a curated selection of feature-length and short documentaries, as well as panel discussions, Q&A sessions, and other special events. The films cover a wide range of topics, from social justice issues and environmental concerns to personal narratives and cultural explorations.

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Documentary Film Premiere

The premiere of a documentary film at The Docuworld Film Festival is a unique and exciting experience. 

The audience is filled with film enthusiasts, critics, and industry professionals, all eager to see the latest and greatest documentaries from around the world. The filmmakers are also in attendance, often participating in Q&A sessions and panel discussions after the screening.

A documentary premiere at The Docuworld Film Festival is a thrilling and unforgettable experience, bringing together filmmakers and audiences from all corners of the world to celebrate the power and artistry of documentary filmmaking.


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A documentary is a non-fiction film that aims to educate, inform, and/or entertain audiences by exploring real-life people, places, events, or issues. Documentaries can take many forms, including traditional narratives, observational or participatory films, and experimental or avant-garde works.

Documentaries are often used to shed light on important social, political, or cultural issues, and to provide audiences with a deeper understanding of the world around them. They may also explore personal stories, historical events, or scientific phenomena, among other subjects.

Unlike fictional films, documentaries are grounded in reality and often rely on primary sources, such as interviews, archival footage, and photographs, to tell their stories. They may also employ various techniques, such as voice-over narration, reenactments, and animation, to enhance their storytelling and provide context for their subjects.

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