Competition

Lost Warrior
21
Sep
20:00
Lost Warrior
The “Lost Warrior” follows Mohammed, ex member of Al-Shabaab and a penitent, who was recruited at a young age by the terrorist organisation Al-Shabaab whilst he was living in England. When he found out what the terrorist organisation was really about…
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The Chinese will come
22
Sep
14:00
The Chinese will come
The Chinese President is on his official 3-day visit to Serbia. The Government of Serbia is celebrating this visit, calling it “historical” – the beginning of the economic rescue of Serbia, thanks to Chinese investments guaranteed by the Chinese President…
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The Russian Job
22
Sep
15:00
The Russian Job
The former Lada factory, built in the Russian city of Tolyatti in the 1970s, was meant to show the Western world the miracle of Soviet prosperity. The perfect utopia that none dared to doubt. More than four decades later, the plant has been losing billions…
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Where to
22
Sep
17:00
Where to
Have you ever been driven in a taxi wondering who is driving you? Ljiljana is a young woman who drives a taxi in Zagreb. Apart from the initial surprise when they meet a female taxi driver, most passengers find her likable and open up to her. Driving…
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Why Slavery? A Woman Captured
22
Sep
18:00
Why Slavery? A Woman Captured
WHY SLAVERY: A WOMAN CAPTURED is about Marish, a 52-year-old Hungarian woman who has been serving a family for a decade, working 20 hours a day - without getting paid. Her oppressors seized her ID and forbade her to leave the house without permission.…
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Arkan's Legacy: The Serbian Mafia
22
Sep
20:00
Arkan's Legacy: The Serbian Mafia
They are war heroes in their own country, yet are considered as war criminals to the rest of the world. The men who joined up „to defend the Serb nation“ and fought proudly in the notorious paramilitary group, Arkan’s Tigers, never accepted that they…
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Grandson
23
Sep
14:00
Grandson
An Auschwitz commander’s grandson, Rainer Hoess was symbolically adopted by the Holocaust survivor Eva Mozes Kor in 2014. The two, with their specific experiences, are united in the struggle against Neo-Nazism, antisemitism, racism and xenophobia around…
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Syria's Disappeared: The Case Against Assad
23
Sep
17:00
Syria's Disappeared: The Case Against Assad
This documentary tells the hidden story of tens of thousands of men, women and children who disappeared under the regime of President Bashar al Assad, and ended up in a network of clandestine detention centres. The film weaves together the powerful personal…
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I See Red People
23
Sep
18:00
I See Red People
After 25 years in France, I return to Bulgaria, with a camera in my hand and a vertiginous suspicion: what if my family had collaborated with the secret police of the communist regime? And what if they were a part of the “red trash” that the protestors…
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Of Fathers and Sons
23
Sep
20:00
Of Fathers and Sons
Talal Derki returns to his homeland where he gains the trust of a radical Islamist family, sharing their daily life for over two years. His camera focuses on Osama and his younger brother Ayman, providing an extremely rare insight into what it means…
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A Walk On The Tightrope
24
Sep
14:00
A Walk On The Tightrope
It is the culmination of every refugee story that is supposed to end with official asylum and resettlement in Germany: personal interview with a case officer at a branch of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF). The applicant and the case…
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Two Worlds
24
Sep
17:00
Two Worlds
In this inspiring family portrait, 12-year-old Laura is our guide through life with her deaf parents, which is challenging and surprisingly ordinary. The film tells a story of Laura, who has to grow up too fast due to both her parents being mute. Forced…
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On the Edge of Freedom
24
Sep
18:00
On the Edge of Freedom
Through urban exploring, anti authoritarian young Russians and Ukrainians have found a way to take control over their own lives, by confronting fear and sharing their death defying stunts with millions of viewers online. But the realities of the conflict-ridden…
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Childern of the State
24
Sep
20:00
Childern of the State
A great wave of criticism was aroused in 2011 in Czech Republic, when the Norwegian Child Welfare Services, Barnevernet, took away both of sons of Czech mother living in Norway. The documentary director, who has two children of her own, set out to Norway…
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The End of Darkness
25
Sep
17:00
The End of Darkness
In the Breza coal mine, little has changed in the past 50 years. Despite the coal dust and the dark, 400 meters below the surface miners still enjoy the solidarity and job security, as in the socialist Yugoslavia. Above ground, capitalism and individualism…
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