The Documentary Film Center is the first Russian documentary movie theater, a cultural and educational platform, and a distribution company that released films such as “Amy,” “The Man Who Was Too Free,” and “Sorokin Trip,” among others. The Documentary Film Center was founded by Sofia Kapkova in 2013.
The Documentary Film Center is dedicated to expanding public access to documentary films. We focus on festival documentaries, new releases, theater productions broadcasts and lectures about cinema. Together with the Museum of Moscow, the Documentary Film Center has been holding special screenings dedicated to Moscow City Day since 2014.
In 2015, the Documentary Film Center made another step towards popularizing documentary films. Since then, we have been releasing limited distribution movies in large cities across Russia and offering special film programs in a variety of regional venues. To explore all our available documentaries, go to Releases.
In 2018, CDK launched Nonfiction.film, a streaming service that offers documentaries from Russia and around the world. Nonfiction.film is an easy and convenient to use service with no ads interrupting your movie.
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