Bangkok International Documentary Awards (BKK DOC) is the documentary international award competition and film festival based in Bangkok, Thailand.
BKK DOC was founded by Stephane Lambert, filmmaker, a long time resident of Bangkok, and co-founder and organizer of “Asian Side of the Doc Bangkok 2016” the first ever documentary film market in Thailand.
Stephane established BKK DOC in March 2020 to motivate a community affected by the health crisis and promote documentaries and its talents in and around South East Asia, starting with Thailand.
BKK DOC aims at bringing documentaries from all over the world to Thailand, and South East Asian documentaries to the attention of professionals from other parts of the world.
For its first edition, BKK DOC registered almost 400 submissions in 15 categories from 49 Countries. The 40 documentaries Nominated to the Official selection were chosen thanks to a Jury of 62 documentaries professionals from 14 Countries.
For its second edition, BKKDOC received more than 200 submissions from 40 countries. Our 138 members of the International Jury selected 47 nominees and crowned the best 17 documentaries with an award.
2021 Award Winners
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