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  • Jul 8 - It Takes a Family

    It Takes A Family is a family drama about secrets and repressed memories. Director, Susanne Kovacs, is the grandchild of Jewish Holocaust survivors and the daughter of a German mother and a Danish Jewish father. When Susanne is born, in the eyes of her grandparents she is a child of the enemy and...

  • Jul 11 - Mountain

    Springtime in northern Albania sparks the herding of goats from the lowlands, up to the towering mountainsides. Prek Gjoni is moving his livestock with the help of Jovalin. Will broken shoes and an umbrella suffice for the 4-day walk?

  • July 15 - Shadow Game

    Everyday teenagers who have fled their war-torn countries try to cross Europe’s borders in search of protection and a better life. They travel through a shadow world we never see: a world of minefields, bears, fast-flowing rivers, smugglers and border guards. ‘The game’ is the bitterly ironic ter...

  • Jul 18 - Where We Are Heading

    Paris, 2017: While the new president is being elected, the state of emergency lingers. It sneaks through the capital, on the lookout for old and new monuments to make its own. As the city struggles to regain its innocence, it gently slips its way into everyday life and seeps into the constitution

  • Jul 22 - Glitter and Dust

    Who says a rodeo is for men only? Four girls prove that they feel perfectly comfortable in the saddle, just as well as their male friends do. Even though they are divided by almost everything having different cultural background and different motivation, they still share a common passion that tak...

  • Jul 25 - I Feel Your Eyes

    As the sun rises above a forgotten pyramid, Mahmoud saddles his horse Asefa besides a desert race track. This is how they prepare for their daily training. Friday, all eyes will be on them. Mahmoud senses the fear inside him. Will he be able to win the race one more time?

  • Jul 29 - We Are Russia

    Go behind-the-scenes with the new generation of Russian political protestors. Milena, Kolya and their fellow activists are in their early twenties, some are as young as sixteen. They all grew up during the presidency of Vladimir Putin and do not know any other leader. Despite their parents’ fears...

  • Aug 8 - Camocim

    Every four years, the calm and peaceful Camocim de São Félix, a small town in Pernambuco (Brazil) is shaken, revealing an outpouring of joy, anger, hope and disappointment. During the municipal election campaign, the city splits in two, and everything seems to orbit around politics. In the middle...

  • Aug 12 - Living Water

    The vibration of machines echoes across the desert. Ever since Jordanian nomads settled in the spectacular landscape of Wadi Rum, they grew dependent on complex water infrastructure. The source is right below their feet, yet they struggle to meet basic needs. In the meantime, deep water extractio...

  • Aug 19 - War and Peace

    War and peace is a reflection on images and, as in a great novel divided into four chapters – remote past, near past, present and future. It tries to recompose the fragments of visual memory from the early 1900s to the present and stages the multiplication of the visions that, like a constant bac...

  • Sep 9 - Last Night I Saw You Smiling

    The iconic White Building, home to 493 families in Phnom Penh, faces demolition. Director Kavich Neang follows his family and neighbors as they move out before its total destruction.