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    Advocate

    • Rachel Leah Jones, Philippe Bellaiche
    • Israel, Canada, Switzerland
    • 108 min
    • Best of Fests

    Vilified and praised in equal measure, the Israeli human rights lawyer Lea Tsemel has spent the last 50 years fighting against her country’s discriminatory legal system, primarily by defending Palestinians accused of violent acts of resistance.

    The Almanac

    • Michel Reilhac
    • Netherlands

    The Almanac is an empowering platform that will enable global citizens to take back control of their digital lives. On a daily basis, the platform will offer practical tools, tips and stories to help you monitor and improve your digital consumption patterns.

    Atomfa

    • Joanna Wright
    • United Kingdom

    Atomfa shares surprising stories from the final days of a rural nuclear power station. From local mythologies & the promise of the atomic age to the space age. From the past, the present & long into the future.

    Being A Human Person

    • Fred Scott
    • United Kingdom, Sweden

    Roy Andersson is set to complete his last film. Startlingly original, Roy’s work has defied convention. Over the course of a career spanning decades, he's remained enigmatic and reclusive… until now.

    Borno

    • Ifeatu Nnaobi
    • Nigeria

    Devastation, beauty, and resilience in Borno State, Nigeria.

    Burden of Proof

    • Cynthia Hill
    • United States

    Decades after his sister disappeared, a brother is determined to find the truth no matter the cost.

    By the Name of Tania

    • Bénédicte Liénard, Mary Jiménez
    • Belgium

    Based upon real testimonies, this hybrid film tells the story of Tania, a teenage girl forced into prostitution in the gold mining regions of Peru.

    Cabinets of Wonder (WT) - Created with, for and by Children

    • Susanne Kim
    • Germany

    If childhood would be a place, where would it be? Children take us on a trip into their inner worlds. On this journey they cope with topics like friendship, belonging and fear in an intriguing way.

    Children of Las Brisas

    • Marianela Maldonado
    • Venezuela

    Eight years in the making. Four children dream of becoming classical musicians in Venezuela, a country on the brink of collapse. Can music save them?

    Conductivity

    • Anna-Karin Grönroos
    • Finland

    How does one become a leader? Young conductors are in search of their place in the hierarchical world of classical music.

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