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DAFilms.com is Doc Alliance’s online distribution tool. The website offers Video on Demand and permanent access to almost 800 documentary and experimental films. Audiences and film professionals from all around the world can legally watch all the films at DAFilms.com; for a small fee, they can view the films directly on their computer or download them in AVI and DVD formats.
DAFilms.com offers a selection of contemporary documentary films from around the world, with an emphasis on European cinema. In addition to offering notable recent films, the website also functions as a film archive of important documentaries. DAFilms.com includes works by masters such as Ulrich Seidl, Jørgen Leth, Peter Mettler and Helena Třeštíková, but also films by emerging filmmakers and film students. Every month, DAFilms.com expands its catalog with the addition of up to 20 new titles chosen by the 7 partner festivals involved in the Doc Alliance. The films are selected on the basis of strict dramaturgic criteria, with an emphasis on their social and aesthetic value and signature style. The website is open to all innovative approaches, including progressive or provocative documentaries that stimulate open dialog between the filmmakers and the viewers. DAFilms.com invites directors, producers, distributors, and students to submit their films, thus offering them the possibility to make use of this unique distribution channel.


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A film Arsy-Versy was inspired by the Space Odyssey and Strauss’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra. The film made by Slovak director Miro Remo has won numerous awards all over the world and you can STREAM it FOR FREE from April 22 to April 28 @ http://dafilms.com/event/118-space-odyssey-and-thus-spoke-zarathustra-in-miro-remos-film/

Miro Remo was born in Ladce, a small industrial village in the centre of Slovakia in 1983. He graduated grammar-school in 2001, then settled in Bratislava, capital city of Slovakia. For six years he worked as a graphic designer for a small IT company while studying directing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. His three student films were shown at many festivals around the world and received more than 20 awards combined. His latest film ARSY-VERSY is the most successful film in the history of university, where Remo is in fifth of year of study. The film won 16 international and domestic prizes in the last five months of screening. 

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