Program

Special Screenings

Special format, special category or just... special, the Special screenings section completes the program.

God exists, her name is Petrunya

Teona STRUGAR MITEVSKA
Republic of Macedonia

In Stip, every January the local priest throws a wooden cross into the river. Good fortune and prosperity are guaranteed to the man who retrieves it. Petrunya manages to grab the cross before the others.

Au nom de la terre

Edouard BERGEON
France

Hannah Arendt

Margarethe VON TROTTA
Germany, France

Hannah Arendt is sent to cover the trial of Adolf Eichmann in Israel and she wrote her book „A Report on the Banality of Evil”, that started a controversy.

Lola

Rainer Werner FASSBINDER
Germany

In a Bavarian village in the late 1950s, the new building commissioner runs up against an unscrupulous entrepreneur who runs all the town’s construction sites. He falls in love with Lola, a prostitute.

The Great Green Wall

Jared P. SCOTT
United Kingdom

Malian musician Inna Modja takes an epic journey down Africa's ambitious Great Green Wall project where 8,000km wall of trees is to stretch across the entire continent.

Les Hommes le dimanche

Robert SIODMAK
Germany

Bright images of a summer Sunday, by a lake and in the forest, far from the hustle and bustle of Berlin. Two men, two women, who approach each other, talk, laugh, swim, and maybe love each other.

Suffragette

Sarah GAVRON
United Kingdom

Suffragette is a thrilling drama that tracks the story of the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement. Radicalized and turning to violence, these women were willing to lose everything for equality.

To the Ends of the World

Guillaume NICLOUX
France, Belgium

Indochina, 1945. A French soldier, Robert Tassen, survives amassacre in which his brother dies. He sets off alone on a secret mission to find the assassins. When he meets Maï, a Indochinese girl, everything changes.

FilmmakErs

Julie GAYET and Mathieu BUSSON
France

After interrogating French Filmmakers on their vision of the film industry in their first two documentaries in 2013 and 2015, Julie Gayet and Mathieu Busson give voice to female directors on cinema internationally.

Sanctuary

Álvaro LONGORIA
Spain

Featuring Spanish actors and environmental activists Javier and Carlos Bardem, this urgent, enlightening, and stunningly beautiful documentary tells the story of a campaign to preserve the Antarctic Ocean by Greenpeace.

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