We have planned most festival events for Saturday and Sunday. However, there will also be many film attractions on the second day of the 14th edition Gdańsk DocFilm Festival. On the Friday afternoon we will meet three directors between the screenings of the competition films. At 5:15PM, we will screen “Airport Donetsk” about the fight, which went on at the title airport for several months during the Ukrainian-Russian conflict. It attempts to show the situation from the perspectives of both sides. After the screening we will have a Skype video conference with the director, Andrei Erastov. At 6:30PM, we will see “Casa Blanca”. It is a story of the difficult life of two inhabitants of a tiny fishing village in Cuba – a young man with Down syndrome and his elderly, senile mother, Nelsa. Later, we will talk to Aleksandra Maciuszek, a director who is visiting our Festival. The day will end with an experimental documentary “A Strange Love Affair with Ego”, which was awarded at last years IDFA festival. and a video conference with its author, Ester Gould. Apart from that, we will screen two coproductions: Polish-Swedish-Ukrainian “The Dybuk. A Tale of Wandering Souls directed by Krzysztof Kopczyński and German-Swiss-Colombian “Good Life” by Kens Schanze.