Films: Current Affairs & Politics

THE BORNEO CASE

2016, Norway, 78'
director: Dylan Williams, Erik Pauser

69 Minutes of 86 Days

2017, Norway, 70'
director: Egil Haskjold Larsen

The European

2016, The Netherlands, 90' & 52'
director: Dirk Jan Roeleven

Avenues of Escape

2016, Canada, 52' & 66'
director: Leon Lee

A Queer Country

2016, United Kingdom, 73' & 52'
director: Lisa Morgenthau

Ada for Mayor

2016, Spain, 86' & 52'
director: Pau Faus

Hard To Believe

2015, USA, 56'
director: Ken Stone

The Master Plan

2016, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, 52'
director: Juris Pakalninš

When The Earth Seems To Be Light

2015, Georgian Republic, Germany, 60' & 75'
director: S. Machaidze, T. Karumidze, D. Meskhi

Lampedusa in Winter

2015, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, 52', 58', 93'
director: Jakob Brossmann

Killing Time

2015, Belgium, France, 88'
director: Lydie Wisshaupt-Claudel

A Lullaby Under the Nuclear Sky

2014, Japan, 58', 69'
director: Kana Tomoko

We Were Rebels

2014, Germany, 58', 93'
director: Katharina von Schroeder | Florian Schewe

The Final Stretch

2014, Spain, 58'
director: Oscar Pérez

The Good Driver Smetana

2013, Czech Republic, 52' & 77'
director: Vit Klusak & Filip Remunda

A Fragile Trust: J. Blair at the New York Times

2013, USA, 79' & 52'
director: Samantha Grant

A Common Enemy

2013, Spain, 56' & 75'
director: Jaime Otero

Fortress

2012, Czech Republic, 70'
director: Klára Tasovská, Lukáš Kokeš

Istanbul United

2014, Germany | Czech Republic | Turkey | Switzerland, 86`
director: Olli Waldhauer, Farid Eslam

The Girl From The South

2012, Argentina, 94' & 52'
director: José Luis García

Shooting vs. Shooting

2011, Greece, 75' & 52'
director: Nikos Megrelis

Who will be a Gurkha?

2012, Nepal/UK/Norway/Finland, 75' & 52'
director: Kesang Tseten

Kabul Dream Factory

2011, Germany, 83’ & 52’
director: Sebastian Heidinger

Cultures Of Resistance

2010, USA, 73'
director: Iara Lee

Czech Peace

2010, Czech Republic | UK, 104', 89' & 57'
director: Filip Remunda, Vit Klusåk

All for the Good of the World and Nosovice!

2010, Czech Republic | UK, 82' & 59'
director: Vít Klusák

Cooking History

2009, Slovakia, 88' & 52'
director: Peter Kerekes

Source

2005, Czech Republic, 75'
director: Martin Mareček

Czech Dream

2004, Czech Republic | UK, 87’ & 58’
director: Filip Remunda, Vit Klusak