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    As Deloitte FIT we would like to emphasize the importance of climate, equality and diversity. That’s why Deloitte FIT selected 8 worth watching documentaries for you. Feel free to choose something you’re interested in!

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    Bigger than Us

    • Flore Vasseur
    • 2021

      Young people all over the world are opposing inequality, climate disruption, and other injustices. Melati, an Indonesian activist combating plastic pollution, travels the world visiting courageous fellow activists of her own generation. What motivates them?

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      Rebellion

      • Maia Kenworthy, Elena Sanchez Bellot
      • 2021

        We follow Extinction Rebellion from its launch in 2018, as the movement calls for radical action on the climate emergency. Clashing with the authorities forms part of the strategy, but the members’ diverse backgrounds also cause internal collisions.

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        Becoming Cousteau

        • Liz Garbus
        • 2021

          In this chronological and richly documented portrait of Jacques Cousteau, we discover that his life was packed with plot twists. Cousteau was a pioneering diver, filmmaker, and climate activist, and his warnings have never been more urgent.

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          How to Kill a Cloud

          • Tuija Halttunen
          • 2021

            Finnish scientist Hannele Korhonen has received a research grant from the United Arab Emirates to develop a way to make it rain in the desert. But all her time is being swallowed up by presentations, conferences, and political agendas.

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            Flee

            • Jonas Poher Rasmussen
            • 2021

              The story of Amin, a gay man who fled Afghanistan in the 1980s, is told mostly in animation. Flee shows the unforgiving environment in which he lived, and the scars that remain from living as a second-class citizen.

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              Writing with Fire

              • Sushmit Ghosh, Rintu Thomas
              • 2021

                In Uttar Pradesh, a local newspaper is run by women from the lowest caste, the Dalits—a unique situation in conservative India. Armed with courage, perseverance, and smartphones, they report on thorny issues.

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                Taming the Garden

                • Salomé Jashi
                • 2021

                  Dozens of rare and ancient trees are transported across Georgia, destined for the private botanical garden of the country’s former prime minister. In absurd scenes, we see an operation that takes away the soul and oxygen from a powerless population.

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                  Searchers

                  • Pacho Velez
                  • 2021

                    Heartfelt, poignant, and humorous stories from single New Yorkers aged 20 to 90. We watch as they arrange dates online and share their struggle to answer the big questions like “What is love?” and “What am I actually looking for?”

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