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Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight - by Bartosz M. Kowalski - Dubbed the “first Polish slasher”, Bartosz M Kowalski’s film is an entertaining horror flick wallowing in nostalgia for the movies of the 1980s
Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight
by Bartosz M. Kowalski
Dubbed the “first Polish slasher”, Bartosz M Kowalski’s film is an entertaining horror flick wallowing in nostalgia for the movies of the 1980s
The Two Sights - by Joshua Bonnetta - Joshua Bonnetta puts his name to an atmospheric and ethnographic documentary about the endurance of Gaelic culture in The Hebrides, which links the earthly world to the hereafter
The Two Sights
by Joshua Bonnetta
Joshua Bonnetta puts his name to an atmospheric and ethnographic documentary about the endurance of Gaelic culture in The Hebrides, which links the earthly world to the hereafter
Bitter Love - by Jerzy Sladkowski - And the ship sails on in Jerzy Sladkowski’s disarming film, even without Fellini’s rhinoceros
Bitter Love
by Jerzy Sladkowski
And the ship sails on in Jerzy Sladkowski’s disarming film, even without Fellini’s rhinoceros
Carrousel - by Marina Meijer - By way of several sensitive, impressionistic portraits, Marina Meijer immerses herself in the microcosm of a young offenders’ rehabilitation centre in Rotterdam
Carrousel
by Marina Meijer
By way of several sensitive, impressionistic portraits, Marina Meijer immerses herself in the microcosm of a young offenders’ rehabilitation centre in Rotterdam
The Year of the Discovery - by Luis López Carrasco - Luis López Carrasco gives a voice to the victims of the lesser known events of 1992, a celebrated year in Spain, offering a re-reading of history in a documentary which demands the truth be told
The Year of the Discovery
by Luis López Carrasco
Luis López Carrasco gives a voice to the victims of the lesser known events of 1992, a celebrated year in Spain, offering a re-reading of history in a documentary which demands the truth be told
Skin Walker - by Christian Neuman - The first feature film by Luxembourg director Christian Neuman reveals the filmmaker’s appetite for experiments of all kinds
Skin Walker
by Christian Neuman
The first feature film by Luxembourg director Christian Neuman reveals the filmmaker’s appetite for experiments of all kinds
There Will Be No More Night - by Éléonore Weber - Eléonore Weber signs her name to a fascinating and terrifying documentary which looks to decipher and reflect upon images filmed by helicopters on operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan
There Will Be No More Night
by Éléonore Weber
Eléonore Weber signs her name to a fascinating and terrifying documentary which looks to decipher and reflect upon images filmed by helicopters on operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan
Long Live Love - by Sine Skibsholt - Part cancer drama, part Gilmore Girls, Sine Skibsholt’s tender Danish documentary shows affection with an attitude
Long Live Love
by Sine Skibsholt
Part cancer drama, part Gilmore Girls, Sine Skibsholt’s tender Danish documentary shows affection with an attitude

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Scars - by Agnieszka Zwiefka - It’s a Woman’s Woman's Woman's World in Agnieszka Zwiefka’s portrayal of female Tamil Tigers. Or is it Tamil Tigresses?
Scars
by Agnieszka Zwiefka
It’s a Woman’s Woman's Woman's World in Agnieszka Zwiefka’s portrayal of female Tamil Tigers. Or is it Tamil Tigresses?
A Thief's Daughter - by Belén Funes - Belén Funes ensnares the audience with her raw approach to the daily life of a young mother, forced to grapple with loneliness, her troublesome father and a lack of affection
A Thief's Daughter
by Belén Funes
Belén Funes ensnares the audience with her raw approach to the daily life of a young mother, forced to grapple with loneliness, her troublesome father and a lack of affection
The Platform - by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia - Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s feature film debut is an organic, nightmarish fairy tale which is fairly well-executed, which has claimed multiple awards and which carries a strong socio-political message
The Platform
by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia
Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s feature film debut is an organic, nightmarish fairy tale which is fairly well-executed, which has claimed multiple awards and which carries a strong socio-political message
The Hater - by Jan Komasa - The director of the Oscar-nominated Corpus Christi, Jan Komasa, returns with the story of a digital-era social climber and the havoc he creates to get the girl
The Hater
by Jan Komasa
The director of the Oscar-nominated Corpus Christi, Jan Komasa, returns with the story of a digital-era social climber and the havoc he creates to get the girl
Self Portrait - by Katja Høgset, Margreth Olin, Espen Wallin - Norwegian filmmakers Margreth Olin, Katja Høgset and Espen Wallin deliver a poignant and sobering story about a photographer suffering from anorexia
Self Portrait
by Katja Høgset, Margreth Olin, Espen Wallin
Norwegian filmmakers Margreth Olin, Katja Høgset and Espen Wallin deliver a poignant and sobering story about a photographer suffering from anorexia
Caught in the Net - by Vít Klusák, Barbora Chalupová - The new documentary by Czech filmmakers Vít Klusák and Barbora Chalupová explores the dark world of online sexual child abuse and turns an experiment into a social intervention
Caught in the Net
by Vít Klusák, Barbora Chalupová
The new documentary by Czech filmmakers Vít Klusák and Barbora Chalupová explores the dark world of online sexual child abuse and turns an experiment into a social intervention
The Fight for Greenland - by Kenneth Sorento - Originally set to open this year’s edition of CPH:DOX, now unspooling online owing to the pandemic, Kenneth Sorento’s film takes a closer look at what could Make Greenland Great Again
The Fight for Greenland
by Kenneth Sorento
Originally set to open this year’s edition of CPH:DOX, now unspooling online owing to the pandemic, Kenneth Sorento’s film takes a closer look at what could Make Greenland Great Again
Makongo - by Elvis Sabin Ngaibino - Elvis Sabin Ngaïbino puts his name to an immersive and moving documentary on an unshakeable desire for education against all odds amidst an outsider community
Makongo
by Elvis Sabin Ngaibino
Elvis Sabin Ngaïbino puts his name to an immersive and moving documentary on an unshakeable desire for education against all odds amidst an outsider community
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