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‘Why I had an FGC’

Suzanne Cohen |

A poignant animated documentary using the voices of vulnerable young people, commissioned by the UK Social Services.

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(R)esistenza

Francesco Cavaliere | ,

Stories of civil resistance in Scampia, the notoriuous suburban district in Naples described in Roberto Saviano’s novel “Gomorrah”.

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10949 WOMEN

Nassima Guessoum | ,

Nassima, a forgotten heroine of the Algerian Revolution tells her story

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17 Not Required Indians

Soniya Kirpalani |

Seventeen Indians are given the death penalty for the alleged murder of a compatriot in UAE. Their trial takes us into the unseen world of modern-day slavery....

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A Deep Breath

Justin Spray |

Director, Justin Spray, finds beauty in a municipal pool among the plasters and dirt as he follows the progress of a group of novice freedivers in London.....

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A Formal Film in Nine Episodes, Prologue & Epilogue

Mario Pfeifer |

A FORMAL FILM IN NINE EPISODES, PROLOGUE & EPILOGUE describes a contemporary Asian Metropolis through an observational, anthropological approach of filmmaking.

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A History Lesson

Hady Zaccak |

Who are Lebanon’s enemies? Who are its historical allies? And what is the most important date in the country’s history? In Hadi Zaccak’s new documentary A History Lesson, five ninth-grade students....

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A Hole in the Sky

Antonio Tibaldi / Alex Lora |

In Beerato, a small, isolated, wind-swept village in Somaliland, lives 12-year-old Alifa. Her mother died when she was born, so she was taken care by her auntie Sahra, who taught....

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A Mao e a Luva – The Story of a Book Trafficker

Roberto Orazi |

"A Mao e a Luva" is the book that inspired our protagonist, Ricardo Gomez Ferraz, to start a silent revolution in one of the most dangerous Brazilian shantytowns. He collected....

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