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Daang Dokyu is a 6-day documentary film festival showcasing an inclusive program of Philippine documentaries from the early days of Philippine cinema and television to the contemporary documentary landscape.

A Festival of Philippine Documentaries
Sep 19 - Nov 5, 2020
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Daang Dokyu 2020

We're back! Daang Dokyu celebrates the greatest documentaries from film and television, as well as hidden films from different regions. We've curated 55 documentaries that you can now watch for free.

We're opening on September 19 to remember one of the country's darkest periods: Martial Law.

Watch Now!

September 19 to November 5, 2020

Martial Law, Never Again | Sep 19-21, 2020

Marcos: A Malignant Spirit
 OPENING WEEK 
Marcos: A Malignant Spirit (1986)

ABS-CBN News, hosted by Angelo Castro Jr.

Mendiola Massacre
 OPENING WEEK 
Mendiola Massacre (1987)

Lito Tiongson (AsiaVisions, IBON Foundation)

A Rustling of Leaves: Inside the Philippine Revolution
 OPENING WEEK   PHILIPPINE PREMIERE 
A Rustling of Leaves: Inside the Philippine Revolution (1988)

Nettie Wild

Imelda
 OPENING WEEK 
Imelda (2003)

Ramona Diaz

Alunsina
 OPENING WEEK   PHILIPPINE PREMIERE 
Alunsina (2020)

Kiri Dalena

 

Meet the Team

Daang Dokyu is headed by a passionate team of filmmakers that aims to reach a broader audience for documentaries and offer the 'docu way' to take stock of how we are as a nation and where we are headed.

Take Part

Researchers of the Daang Dokyu Festival have already found 200 remarkable documentaries. We hope to discover more films from across the region and spread stories that inspire communities, resonate with individuals, provoke different conventions, and question existing taboos.

Volunteer!

Help us trace the Filipino story. We are looking for volunteers to get involved and join us in sharing the local stories from across regions and spread inspiration and encouragement of the documentary community. Get in touch with us and find out more.

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