Gods of Molenbeek [dir: Reetta Huhtanen]
Aatos and Amine are deep thinkers, bright and curious. We follow the life of these two six-year-olds in Molenbeek – a multi-ethnic suburb in Brussels – discovering different ways of thinking about god(s) and pondering about life and its aftermath.
Daymokh, The Ancestral Land [dir: Masha Novikova]
CHECHNYA: The way Daymohk opens, one might think it‘s going to be a film that uncritically praises traditional Chechen folk culture and the Head of the Chechen Republic. But the film becomes more interesting once you get past the opening.
Hungary 2018 [dir: Eszter Hajdú]
HUNGARY: Hungary 2018 is a film that shows a caricature of an election campaign in which the winner has already been chosen.
The Serengeti Rules [dir: Nicholas Brown]
NATURE: The Serengeti Rules uncover the self-regulating mechanisms in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, and shows how carnivores can play a crucial role – from the top down.
Born in Evin [dir: Maryam Zaree]
IRAN: Imagine being born in one of Iran’s most gruesome political prisons, not knowing anything about your past, except for what your body tells you. Born in Evin is a story about a brave young woman who seeks the truth about her past.
Grit [dir: Sasha Friedlander, Cynthia Wade]
CAPITALISM: A disturbing documentary discloses the catastrophic consequences of a man-made natural disaster.
The Reformist – A Female Imam [dir: Marie Skovgaard]
ISLAM: In 2015 the Syrian–Finnish Dane Sherin Khankan decided to create a woman-lead mosque in Copenhagen. Director Marie Skovgaard has followed her struggle between individual vision and the challenge of creating a collective.