Documenta Madrid 2021 will be held between May 26 and 30 in theaters, and until June 6 at filmin.es.
The Official Section of the next edition of the festival will have 3 sections, subdivided into the following competitions:
The festival will also be featuring Parallel Activities and Retrospectives to round out its programming.
You can submit your film on the festival's website. The film submission will be open until March 22nd.
If you have submitted your film in a language that contains non-Latin characters, the easiest way to avoid mistakes when we reference your film is for you to send us corrected details for names, titles, etc. to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The list of selected documentaries will be announced on the festival's official website. Likewise, once the committee has completed the selection process, everyone of the participants shall be notified of the committee’s decision, whether it is favorable or not.
It is a text file that contains all the dialogues -or words- that appear in the film. With it, the work of the translator is easier.
In the Competitive sections, only films with the following formats shall be screened: DCP or high-resolution digital files.
The copies may be collected by their authors or they will be returned by the Festival’s organization by post to the address indicated for this purpose in the inscription.
The programming will be available on the festival website. You will be able to view it on the website or download a file containing the entire program. The festival catalog will also be available for download.
Publications from previous years can be purchased from the ticket office and at the Cineteca Madrid bookshop (Matadero).
The screening schedule will be available on the festival’s website roughly ten days to one week before the festival begins. You will be able to check the programme and schedule for the Official Section, the Informative Section, and the Parallel Activities.
The festival DOCUMENTA MADRID does not own the films’ subtitles. They are owned by the subtitling company that created them for the edition at which the film was screened. If you contact the festival, the organisational team will be able to put you in touch with the relevant company.