The Guardian of Memory [dir: Marcela Arteaga]
IMMIGRATION: Mexican government complicity to the lethal violence of organised crime and America's brutal bureaucracy towards asylum seekers are both condemned in Marcela Arteaga's poetic and piercing The Guardian of Memory.
Red Moon [dir: Tülin Özdemir]
TRADITION: The moving story of a Turkish child bride trafficked to Europe –Red Moon is as much family therapy as a heart-rending road movie.
HOT DOCS: Documentary filmmakers are the last people standing, waving the flag for the truth and facts.» – Shane Smith, Programme Director at Hot Docs.
Faire-Part [dir: Anne Reijniers, Nizar Saleh, Paul Shemisi, Rob Jacobs]
COLONIALISM: Four filmmakers search for a new way to tell the story of Kinshasa, looking to the city's performance artists and their subversion of colonialism's legacy.
Movement [dir: Nadir Bouhmouch]
ACTIVISM: Movement is a lyrical, beautifully lensed view of Agitprop – Moroccan style.
In Mansourah You Separated Us [dir: Dorothée-Myriam Kellou]
COLONIALSM: A painful voyage back to the silenced Algerian War of Independence
The Good Terrorist [dir: Robert Oey]
TERRORISM: The Good Terrorist provides many inspiring images about Islamic terrorism but fails to explain the motives of those ready to kill in its name