Current Affairs/Politics

  • Grandma's Tattoos

    Sweden | 2011 | 58min

    A riveting film by Suzanne Khardalian about the forgotten women of Armenian genocide. Read More

     
  • Hotel Sahara

    Germany | 2008 | 52/85min

    Mauritanian Nouhadibou, where thousands are stranded on their way to Europe, lies between the desert and the sea. Stories of waiting, of hopes and unfulfilled dreams. Read More

     
  • How to Steal a Country

    South Africa | 2019 | 58/93min

    A rags-to-riches story by Rehad Desai, involving political influence, corruptible politicians and a host of well-known multinationals prepared to benefit from state capture in South Africa. Read More

     
  • I Had A Dream

    Italy, France | 2018 | 52/84min

    From the feminist fights against Berlusconi to the last elections of 2018, the film by Claudia Tosi explores the last ten years of Italy through the political action and the everyday life of the two compelling women. Read More

     
  • I Was Worth 50 Sheep

    Sweden | 2010 | 52/58/72min

    A film about traditional Afghan practice of selling young girls to older men. Read More

     
  • Imagining Emanuel

    Norway | 2011 | 52min

    IMAGINING EMANUEL raises questions concerning identity. How do we know who a person is? What aspects of a person are documentary films capable of depicting? What is a true image of Emanuel? Read More

     
  • Justice – In Time of War

    Italy | 2003 | 58/74/77min

    The film follows Sisto Turra, the father of a young Italian murdered by police in Colombia, and his groundbreaking struggle to bring the Colombian government to justice. Read More

     
  • Kings and Extras. Digging for a Palestinian Image

    Palestine / Germany | 2004 | 59/62min

    The film chronicles the director’s journey on the trail of the lost PLO film archive that went missing in Beirut in 1982. Read More

     
  • Leninland

    Russia | 2013 | 52min

    The most ambitious Museum of Lenin was built in the USSR in 1987. Now this “Temple of the God” is still open, reflecting the situation in society and in the country. Read More