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An encounter with a dangerous glacier may not always be like the Titanic. An introspective virtual experience brings a meditative encounter with ice, accompanied by electronic music.

#bullyingstory

#bullyingstory

Rosalie sits in her room and talks about why she sometimes doesn't feel safe even at home. She has been bullied at school and online and is struggling with the consequences.

A Married Couple

A Married Couple

The love story between Sidsel and Christian, who both have Down's syndrome, is an extraordinary tale about a relationship full of respect and understanding.

A Tunnel

A Tunnel

The Chinese project One Belt, One Road (a modern Silk Road) has reached even a remote Georgian village. What does it bring the locals in addition to the promised prosperity and a better standard of living?

A Violated Dream: The Colombian No Man

A Violated Dream: The Colombian No Man's Land

There are many places in the world that have been "frozen" in time. One of them is a Colombian territory not administered by the local government, where several families and individuals live modest lives in the middle of the jungle outside civilisation.

Acasa, My Home

Acasa, My Home

A 20-year escape from Romania's growing capital is now coming to an end. A modern family of hermits must integrate into the system and accept all its pros and cons.

Advocate

Advocate

For almost 50 years Israeli lawyer Lea Tsemel has defended clients she considers to be political prisoners. The vast majority of the public has a different name for them – terrorists.

All Monsters Are Human

All Monsters Are Human

In September 2017 the police carried out brutal attacks against the LGBT community in Azerbaijan. Dozens of people were arrested and subsequently tortured and raped in prison.

Angels on Diamond Street

Angels on Diamond Street

An inspiring portrait of a small supportive community in a church on Diamond Street in Philadelphia, which helps the homeless, the socially disadvantaged, and immigrants. One of the new arrivals is Carmela, who finds refuge in the local kitchen.

Animalia Sum

Animalia Sum

Animal resources are disappearing and large-scale cattle production exacerbates the climate crisis. Insects arrive on the scene as the food of the future. But what do they have to say about it?

Another Paradise

Another Paradise

Over 50 years ago the British government leased the Chagos Islands to the US to build a military base. The former inhabitants still live in exile.

Anthropocene

Anthropocene

Three chapters in three immersive environments will present three different activities of humankind across the world: the ivory trade, the topping of a landfill in Africa, and the mining of Italian marble.

Are You There?

Are You There?

An insight into the life of epileptics turns into an essay on basic existential questions. With the help of psychologists and artists, the four protagonists try to convey what their consciousness is experiencing at times when it seems to the outside world that they "are not here."

Aswang

Aswang

Philippine director Alyx Ayn Arumpac presents a frightful testimony about the war on drugs that President Rodrigo Duterte has declared on his people. State-sponsored violence is slowly leading to social disintegration.

Ayahuasca - Kosmik Journey

Ayahuasca - Kosmik Journey

Start hallucinating and discover the innermost part of nature and the essence of all being. The project introduces a virtual infusion of ayahuasca – an increasingly sought-after popular psychedelic.

Behind the Blood

Behind the Blood

In politically unstable Honduras the security situation is bleak. Extreme crime, murder and violence are commonplace here.

Beyond the Salween River

Beyond the Salween River

A group of doctors on the Thai-Burmese border provide healthcare in places where state infrastructure is practically non-existent.

Bird Boy

Bird Boy

Twelve-year-old Reshat lives in the dismal landscape of Azerbaijan's oil fields. But when he looks up, he sees beautiful birds flying freely above him, on the way to heaven, where Reshat's beloved father went a year ago.

Buddha in Africa

Buddha in Africa

The Amitofo Care Center (ACC), an orphanage in Malawi operated by the Taiwanese Fo Guang Shan Buddhist order, offers young people hope for the future in exchange for loyalty and obedience.

Buyers Club

Buyers Club

Thousands of people are infected with Hepatitis C each year. Although an effective drug for this deadly disease exists, many people cannot afford it. Their only hope lies in the illegal trading of generic drugs.

Caught in the Net

Caught in the Net

A new documentary by Barbora Chalupová and Vít Klusák on what can happen to young girls when left at the mercy of the uncontrollable virtual world.

Collective

Collective

On 30 October 2015 fire broke out in a Bucharest nightclub during a concert, claiming 64 lives. But more than half the victims didn’t die till they reached hospital. How can that be?

Confucian Dream

Confucian Dream

In the reality of rapidly changing China, more and more people are resorting to the ancient teachings of Confucianism. One of them is Chaoyan, who hopes the ancient ways will help improve her family life and ensure a better future for her young son.

Copper Mountains

Copper Mountains

Chelyabinsk Oblast is the centre of Russia’s metallurgical industry, which mercilessly leaves its imprint on the environment and on human health. In some places, the situation is on the brink of ecological disaster.

Cycling Across Barriers

Cycling Across Barriers

There are many places in the world that have been "frozen" in time. For example, the so-called UN buffer zone in Cyprus, dividing the island into Greek and Turkish halves. Cycling trips are organised here to explore where our real borders lie.

Dark Origins: Mephisto (Preview)

Dark Origins: Mephisto (Preview)

Space underground is twice as large as the size of the oceans. When life on the surface vanishes, it may be the only place for life to exist. But who can survive in those dark depths?

Discount Workers

Discount Workers

Eight years ago, fire broke out in a cellar workshop in Karachi, Pakistan, where clothing was made for a German chain store. 258 people were buried under the ruins.

Do Not Split

Do Not Split

In the first half of 2019, Hong Kong took to the streets. Over the subsequent weeks and months, this gesture of peaceful civil protest has become an act of desperate defiance against escalating repression.

Doggy Love

Doggy Love

1,200 kilometres of snowy landscape to be covered in 12 days. These are the conditions for the Finnmarksløpet sled dog race and Czech husky breeder Jana Henychová is set to participate again.

Dreams of the Jaguar

Dreams of the Jaguar's Daughter

A surrealistic experience combining documentary footage and animation to portray the true memories and dreams of the immigrant Maya on her journey from Guatemala to North America.

Eye to Eye

Eye to Eye

A Finnish organisation helps the families of victims of violent crime to mourn. But a key point on the agenda is meeting the person who caused the death of the loved one.

Face the Music in Kazakhstan

Face the Music in Kazakhstan

The Kazakh band Ninety One stirred up the conservative waters of the local music scene and the strictly hierarchical society. Although the musicians wearing makeup, earrings and dyed hair enchanted tens of thousands of fans, in their home country they are facing waves of hatred, concert cancellations, and threats.

For Sama

For Sama

After years under siege, the Syrian city of Aleppo has turned into a ghost town. It is the backdrop for a dramatic story of a filmmaker capturing the course of a never-ending conflict as a testimony for her new-born daughter Sama.

FREM

FREM

The human species is starting to realise its transience and human identity is in crisis. The film tries to reflect this feeling forming a nonanthropomorphic view of the landscape and nature. An audio-visual requiem for homo sapiens.

Grief

Grief

The heroines of the film are seriously concerned about the future of humanity and the planet. They organise activist events within the Czech branch of the Extinction Rebellion movement, which raises awareness about the impacts of the global environmental crisis.

Hi, AI

Hi, AI

The current development of domestic humanoid robots ever more convincingly meets our need to attribute human traits to advanced machines. At the same time, however, we know that they are only imitating us, because they are programmed.

Honeyland

Honeyland

This international award-winning film about the wild beekeeper Hatidze offers not only a glimpse of a vanishing trade set in the breath-taking mountainous scenery of North Macedonia but also a strong portrayal of the state of our civilisation.

Hooligan Sparrow

Hooligan Sparrow

Ye Haiyan – or Hooligan Sparrow – is an intrepid human rights activist fighting in China, especially for women's rights. She works for free in brothels in order to help prostitutes recover legal status and the right to healthcare.

How to Disappear

How to Disappear

Computer shooting games are usually a faithful replica of real wartime conflicts, but an important real world element is missing – the option to desert rather than take part.

China

China's Artful Dissident

An anonymous Chinese artist is fighting against a totalitarian state that has already caught up with many of his colleagues. What can one person do against a seemingly omnipotent regime?

I Am Another You

I Am Another You

Young free-thinking Dylan lives in the streets of his own free will but does not see himself as homeless. He drifts through life without any apparent problems. But what price is he actually paying for his freedom?

Ice on Fire

Ice on Fire

Climate change delivers many ominous phenomena but there is an equally diverse set of resources to combat it. But humanity must not waste any of the time that is running out with every drop of melting ice.

iHuman

iHuman

Artificial intelligence is increasingly transforming the nature of the world. The testimonies of the qualified experts show how wide the scale of these changes is and how they affect the fate of individuals and of humankind.

In My Blood It Runs

In My Blood It Runs

Dujuan is 10. Caught between the culture of the native Australians from whom he is descended and the majority Australian society in whose system he is growing up, he is seeking his identity.

Jawline

Jawline

Social media has become a new platform for showbusiness. Fans have their stars, stars have their managers – and managers hold the keys to their dreams coming true. One young person striving for this dream is 16-year-old Austyn.

Juck (Thrust)

Juck (Thrust)

JUCK drew attention to themselves in 2013 with a viral video showing several girls performing an original dance in which each made her femininity apparent in her own way. This short film, part documentary, part videoclip, is a closer intro to the philosophy behind the entire movement.

Karla & Nordahl

Karla & Nordahl

Six-year-old Karla is a bright and well-spoken girl. Although younger than her brother Nordahl, she must help her sibling more than normal. Nordahl suffers from epilepsy and learning difficulties.

Khartoum Offside

Khartoum Offside

Sudanese women practise football without professional equipment, in secret, and separated from the rest of the world by a fence. Although their skill and enthusiasm equal the men’s, the government won’t hear of a women’s team.

Kiruna – A Brand New World

Kiruna – A Brand New World

Iron ore mining is causing the northern Swedish town of Kiruna to sink into the ground. 6000 inhabitants must move a few kilometres away from their lifelong home, taking houses, town hall, and church with them.

Labyrinth

Labyrinth

Azerbaijan is ruled by a harsh dictatorship and basic human rights are suppressed. What is life like for a former political prisoner who decided to live in exile?

Landless

Landless

People without access to farmland express their discontent with the situation in Brazil through radical, community-wide protests.

Le Lac

Le Lac

During an enticing VR tour, the personified Lake Chad confesses its problems and introduces them to the audience in a non-invasive way.

Leftover Women

Leftover Women

Unmarried Chinese women of around 30 are labelled shengnu – leftover. Until they find a husband they face both the open contempt of the Chinese government and the stifling judgement of society and even their closest relatives.

Lessons of Love

Lessons of Love

Jola did exactly what was expected of her for years. She married and raised 6 children. Now she’s leaving the past behind and starting to live again at the age of 69.

Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Kamal Hussein works at a refugee camp in Bangladesh, where hundreds of thousands of persecuted Rohingya refugees have found shelter. Kamal himself escaped from Myanmar under dramatic circumstances, and now he is helping families who have lost their children in the large camp.

Lost Home

Lost Home

Young Slovak director Juraj Mravec witnessed the war in Iraq in close proximity to suffering and death. This experience became the basis for his film about war and male friendship.

Lost in Memories

Lost in Memories

A deeply moving portrait by a son, made to preserve memories of his father who, because of encroaching dementia, gradually turns from an active farmer into a confused and angry man lost in his own mind.

Lovemobil

Lovemobil

A campervan stands by the road in the middle of a shadowy forest. A colourful heart-shaped light shines into the distance, luring passing drivers into a special private space filled with delight but also with unfortunate fates.

Lowland Kids

Lowland Kids

Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana, is slowly but surely disappearing under the sea as a result of climate change. For the Brunet family, the island is the only home they have ever had.

Machini

Machini

Congo has the world’s largest deposits of cobalt and lithium, two of the constituents of electric batteries. This original stop motion animated film reminds viewers of the living conditions of those who produce clean energy for the whole world.

Mai Khoi & The Dissidents

Mai Khoi & The Dissidents

Vietnamese singer Mai Khoi decided not to be a conformist pop star and began to draw attention to the lack of freedom in her country, where civil activists, journalists and bloggers are being persecuted and arrested.

Mating

Mating

A year in the lives of two millennials seen through their own eyes reveals this generation’s habits: meeting via mobile apps, the form of their relationships, their sexual desires, and also their fears and anxieties.

Midnight Family

Midnight Family

The desperate lack of state ambulances in Mexico City has opened the door for private individuals to provide their own emergency transport for patients. When saving lives they find themselves on the fringes of the law and existential distress.

Mother

Mother

Pomm works as a nurse in a small private home for Alzheimer's patients in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Meanwhile, Maya lives with her husband in Switzerland, but he and his daughters gradually come to the conclusion that they are unable to provide the necessary care.

Mrs. F.

Mrs. F.

In Nigeria, it's as if women are not even part of public life. An activist known as "Mrs. F." organises workshops and public appearances at which she tries to help women claim the respect of their community.

Museum Alive with David Attenborough

Museum Alive with David Attenborough

How would the world look if pterosaurs still soared in the air and sabre-toothed tigers roamed the forests? This innovative augmented reality (AR) project, narrated by David Attenborough, brings long extinct species back to life.

My Letter to the Oilmen

My Letter to the Oilmen

Papilou often visits his father, who lives near a dangerous oil spill leaking from the Shell refinery. The accident has already killed his six-year-old brother, and Papilou therefore boldly decides to write a letter to the oilmen.

Never Again in Venezuela

Never Again in Venezuela

Dozens of people have already been killed by the Venezuelan security forces for protesting against the regime. The survivors can only hope that their sacrifice was not in vain.

Never Happened

Never Happened

If your past isn't clear, it can catch up to you in the future. The mafia's brutal practices in the Slovak political arena in the 1990s opened the door to recent events.

Ninosca

Ninosca

In Nicaragua’s mountains, one woman decides to defy a fate that is to a great extent defined by machismo culture.

No Gold for Kalsaka

No Gold for Kalsaka

Burkina Faso has succumbed to gold fever. Foreign companies promise investments and prosperity in exchange for mining permits, but the village of Kalsaka already knows how brutal waking up from golden dreams can be.

Nomad Meets the City

Nomad Meets the City

Currently Mongolia’s capital has 1.5 million inhabitants - half the population of the country. Fifty-year Tumurbaatar is only one of many coming to the city to fulfill their dreams of a better life.

Normal

Normal

Wherein lies the essence of masculinity and femininity? Italian documentarist Adele Tulli seeks the answer in a collage of scenes and situations showing the stereotypical behaviour of men and women in today's Italy.

Oceans We Make

Oceans We Make

Scuba diving in the sea and watching fish, octopuses, and other creatures may appear to be great fun. But only until shreds of plastic bags start getting caught on your mask.

One Child Nation

One Child Nation

China's one child policy has left scars that did not heal even after it was abolished in 2015. Almost every Chinese family carries them, and some of them go far beyond the country's borders.

Our Little Poland

Our Little Poland

Obtaining a degree in Polish studies is a prestigious affair in Japan. Every year, only 15 students are recruited to learn not only the language but also the different Polish culture and mentality.

Overseas

Overseas

What can you do if your clients are dissatisfied with your cleaning and start to attack you verbally and physically? And want to rape you? This isn’t a survival course, but rather one preparing Filipino maids for their future profession.

Photographer of War

Photographer of War

An intimate portrait of a man who has been photographing war for 25 years but suddenly faces an entirely new challenge. Life has opened a different battleground for him.

Prison for Profit

Prison for Profit

Torturing prisoners with electroshocks and the forced application of depressants are only two consequences of the privatisation of a South African prison as revealed in this Dutch investigative documentary.

Progress in the Valley of the People Who Don

Progress in the Valley of the People Who Don't Know

The former employees of an East German factory embark on a cultural exchange with Syrian migrants, who have recently used the same building in a different context: as a temporary asylum.

Punks

Punks

Three teens with tendencies towards aggressivity and criminal behaviour try out supervised life in the middle of French forests. A special educational program is aimed at helping them return to ordinary life.

Push

Push

Unnamed property owners. Untenanted properties. Uninhabited towns. Why are attractive towns becoming just stage sets where ordinary people can’t live?

Run Like a Girl

Run Like a Girl

The life story of Kenyan Visiline Jepkesho, who wants to escape from her poverty and low social status through her career as a marathon runner.

Sapera

Sapera

Ali Khan, 16, has one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. He hunts poisonous snakes. Every hunt is risky, but without it he would not be able to feed his large family.

Scars

Scars

Vetri decided to find her fellow former child soldiers. They, like her, fought for the independence of the Tamil state in northern Sri Lanka. Talking together, they open up the traumas of war and reveal stories that were meant to be forgotten.

Sea-Watch 3

Sea-Watch 3

The crew of Sea-Watch 3, led by her captain, Carola Rackete, rescued more than forty refugees from drowning in the Mediterranean. A few days later, they were facing another dismal situation as one European harbour after another refused to let them cast anchor.

Seahorse

Seahorse

Freddy is 30 and eager to become a parent. But in his case, this commonplace wish becomes a big challenge. He's a transgender man. The intimate story of a dad who brought his own child into the world.

Share

Share

Tim is 18 and has millions of Instagram followers. Sometimes he intersperses funny memes with more serious posts on depression. He also hopes to help people who are dealing with coming out.

School of Seduction

School of Seduction

The stories of three women attending courses in a Russian seduction school and the development of their romantic life provide a picture of both women and men in contemporary Russian society.

Silent Days

Silent Days

The protagonists of this poetic film, in which the boundary between reality and fiction is erased, are the most excluded of the excluded – deaf children living in the impoverished conditions of Slovakia’s Roma settlements.

Sing Me a Song

Sing Me a Song

What impact can digital technologies have on the integrity of the ancient spiritual tradition of Buddhism? A time-lapse portrait of a young monk from a monastery in a remote corner of the mountains of Bhutan explores one of the less discussed risks of the digital revolution.

Smog Town

Smog Town

China, long plagued by smog, has declared war "for the defence of the blue sky." An important battle is underway in the city of Langfang near Beijing.

Songbird

Songbird

In the Kauai jungle, a 1985 sound recording is revived by means of VR, when a researcher sets out to search for a single feathered singer named ʻōʻō.

Sovereign Soil

Sovereign Soil

A community in subarctic Canada faces the challenge of obtaining even the most basic farm products on a daily basis. However, despite all of the difficulties and emerging environmental changes, they want to maintain their freedom and way of life.

Sumercé

Sumercé

Páramo – a unique ecosystem in the Colombian mountains and the source of drinking water for most of the population. When the corrupt government allows coalmining in the area, several individuals speak out in defiance.

Summerwar

Summerwar

Jasmine and Jastrip are looking forward to 2 weeks at the summer camp organised every year by the ultranationalist Azov Regiment for hundreds of Ukrainian children.

Talking About Trees

Talking About Trees

Four movie enthusiasts are trying to restore the lustre of the silver screen in Sudan. Together they are setting up a film club to show that this culture is part of their country, although the current political regime takes a dim view.

The Bachelor House

The Bachelor House

Seven Kurdish men living in one flat in Istanbul. Each has his own story but they all share one room, arguments about unwashed dishes, and the longing to stand on their own two feet. Living with a partner is only a dream in this bachelor house.

The Cave

The Cave

In the besieged eastern area of Ghouta 400,000 civilians have become imprisoned, continually facing air raids in the Syrian civil war. For many of them, the last rescue is provided by a hospital with a complex of underground shelters, also called the Cave.

The Circle

The Circle

Those who want to change the world must first start with themselves. Twelve adults and six children are trying to create a socially and environmentally self-sufficient community somewhere on the outskirts of Estonia. But they encounter a major obstacle: The unpredictability of human nature.

The Color of Justice

The Color of Justice

A staged court convenes in New York to discuss the undue force used by the police when arresting Eric Garner, which led to his death. Is a just verdict possible despite racial controversy?

The Czechs Are Excellent Mushroom Pickers

The Czechs Are Excellent Mushroom Pickers

HHow would an extra-terrestrial intelligence view homo sapiens and the way the species plods along? The way we humans treat our planet? Do Czechs differ in how they care for nature?

The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

The Earth Is Blue as an Orange

For one mother and her children, making a film together is a way of coming to terms with the trauma of war in Donbass, Ukraine.

The Feminister

The Feminister

Behind the scenes at the highest level of world politics, through the eyes of former Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström, who, when assuming the post, resolved to promote feminist foreign policy.

The Fever

The Fever

What if there were a simple, cheap, solution to the battle against malaria? It sounds good, but not everyone likes it. Richard, an entomologist from the University of Nairobi, herbal practitioner Rehema, and the health volunteer organiser Gertrude believe that Africa can defeat parasites on its own.

The Forbidden Strings

The Forbidden Strings

Four Afghan immigrants living in the Iranian metropolis dream of becoming rock stars. Now they face a great challenge – their first public concert.

The Forum

The Forum

For half a century, the world's most influential people have gathered at the World Economic Forum in Davos, which provides them with a unique platform to solve global problems. How do they make use of this opportunity?

The Happiest Man on Earth

The Happiest Man on Earth

Finland has recently become famous as a country of emancipated women. Internationally acclaimed creator Joonas Berghäll corrects this reputation with a portrait of overworked, broken, drunk and frustrated Finnish men.

The Last Male on Earth

The Last Male on Earth

The last 3 years in the life of the “Czechoslovak” rhinoceros Súdán, the last male of his species, are evidence of the paradoxical human insistence on rescuing symbols when a more radical change in our behaviour towards life on our planet is needed.

The Letter

The Letter

A 94 year-old Grandmother with a fearless spirit, must overcome dangerous accusations of witchcraft that are coming from within her own family. In Kenya, dozens of old women and men are victims of lynching following allegations of witchcraft, often being accused by their own relatives.

The Men

The Men's Room

Twenty Norwegian middle-aged men gather every week over beer to have fun and sing. Together they form a choir. But their friendship is suddenly affected by illness.

The Painter and the Thief

The Painter and the Thief

A documentary double-portrait of the marvellous friendship formed between a Czech painter living in Oslo and a Norwegian felon convicted of stealing her paintings from a gallery.

The Reason I Jump

The Reason I Jump

How do children and adolescents with autistic spectrum disorders experience the world? An illustrative example is provided in a book by Japanese author Naoki Higashida, whose reflections on his own experience with autism led to the making of a film of the same name.

The Red Line - Resistance in Hambach Forest

The Red Line - Resistance in Hambach Forest

The inhabitants of the German coal basin are opposed to mining, which is set to expand despite the announced move away from fossil fuels. The local environment and their homes are at stake. How far can civil resistance be taken?

The Remains - After the Odyssey

The Remains - After the Odyssey

Thousands of migrants have drowned in the sea on their way to Europe. This documentary follows the efforts to identify the anonymous remains and the survivors' struggle to obtain the bodies of their loved ones for a proper burial.

The Secret Lives of Pigs

The Secret Lives of Pigs

Norwegian farmers like to boast about the high living standard their animals enjoy, but there is no official evidence of this, which led teacher Norun Haugen to visit pig farms with a hidden camera.

The Self Portrait

The Self Portrait

She is fascinated by human faces – but she hid her own for a long time. In an effort to stop time, Lene became enchanted by photography, but also the desire never to grow up and to have total control over her own body.

The Two Lives of Li Ermao

The Two Lives of Li Ermao

The time-lapse story of the life of trans woman Ermao is a portrait of a person longing for love and acceptance, whose life is full of harsh twists and turns in the urban and rural environment of contemporary China.

The Wetland

The Wetland

What does it look like in the remote marshy part of Romania, where the sound of a motorcycle is reassuring? An atmospheric portrait of a place facing depopulation.

There

There's Something in the Water

Canadian actress Ellen Page sets out on a trip through her native province of Nova Scotia. The main trigger for the journey and making this film was the eponymous book by Ingrid Waldron, which draws attention to a new phenomenon: environmental racism.

This Train I Ride

This Train I Ride

Riding freight trains as a nomadic lifestyle, a negation of contemporary society or an escape from the family. Against the background of the passing landscape, the documentary presents a portrait of women who have completely fallen into this (in)dependence.

Town of Glory

Town of Glory

The legacy of the Great Patriotic War still resounds loudly in Russia. In today’s aggressive politics, Putin’s crew is skilfully using this in order to gain support in a small town that came to symbolise the victory over fascism.

Transnistra

Transnistra

A poetic film about a group of young people in Transnistria, whose adolescence and future lives are shaped by the environment in their native country, which is facing social, political, and economic problems.

Trashed

Trashed

"We live in a plastic age," says one of the protagonists. This documentary examining the city of Zlín shows what this statement really means in practice – and not only for its citizens.

Two Roads

Two Roads

The Tap Tap’s musicians and singers are all from Jedlička’s Institute – people living with various diagnoses as well as diverse personalities and original humour.

War of Art

War of Art

Do Europeans have a way to artistically enrich North Koreans? And vice versa? The film presents a clash of two views of art and its different roles in society.

Welcome to Chechnya

Welcome to Chechnya

In Chechnya, homosexuality is a disgrace – for the individual and their family. Those who have escaped now have the chance to tell their story.

When Tomatoes Met Wagner

When Tomatoes Met Wagner

Elias, a small forgotten village in Greece, is slowly dying out. Cousins Aleco and Christos come up with a plan to save it, one that is full of sun, juicy tomatoes and Wagner.

Where Chaos Reigns

Where Chaos Reigns

Medic Daniella and others established and manage the Green Cross volunteer organisation in Venezuela, which unites doctors and medical students who did not hesitate to go into the streets to help the wounded during the massive 2017 protests.

Whispers

Whispers

A reflective portrait of a medicine woman on the Ukrainian-Polish border who combines Christian practices with traditional paganism and lets nature itself speak.

Winter Lake

Winter Lake

13-year-old Emika and her cousin Antti like to camp together under a tent, especially in winter. "All you need is a good tent, a sleeping bag and warm clothes," she says about her original hobby.

Ximei

Ximei

She herself is fighting an incurable disease, but has enough strength to help others. In China, which boasts economic success, but ostracises those with AIDS.

XY Chelsea

XY Chelsea

A look into the life of whistleblower Chelsea Manning, who, even after being released from prison, refuses to give up her activism and continues to pursue everything she believes in.