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Privacy of Wounds [dir: Dalia Kury]
SYRIA: Forced to spend three days together in a sparsely furnished room with three single mattresses and a covered window, three Syrian men sit and talk within their makeshift prison cell.
#FEMALE PLEASURE [dir: Barbara Miller]
SEXUALITY: #FEMALE PLEASURE uncovers how the female body is being demonized and breaks the silence concerning female sexuality.
Passion - Between Revolt and Resignation [dir: Christian Labhart]
PHILOSOPHY: Narrating his own reminiscences, Christian Labhart spans decades reflecting on the political earthquakes of his lifetime.
Blue Boy / In Between [dir: Manuel Abramovich, Samir Karahoda]
Experimental documentaries take centre stage at the 2019 Berlinale.
African Mirror [dir: Mischa Hedinger]
COLONIALISM: It is hard to tell if the archival documentary African Mirror is a rehabilitation of a colonial mind, a critique of colonialism or a piece of essayistic nostalgia over the colonial gaze. Probably it is a mix, and as such, nothing new.
ENVIRONMENT: Peter Mettler is known for his intuitive and experimental film making. The new film Becoming Animal has also an ecological and philosophical depth, as it involves the Canadian philosopher David Abram.
Chris the Swiss [dir: Anja Kofmel]
An intriguing portrait of a war reporter that died under murky circumstances during the 90s in wartime Yugoslavia, after trading in his pen for a more active role in the bloody conflict.
Eldorado [dir: Markus Imhoof]
Eldorado is a testament to the increased brutalisation of our human perception over the last decade.
Putin's Witnesses [dir: Vitaly Mansky]
In the exclusive fly-on-the-wall footages in Vitaly Mansky‘s Putin’s Witnesses, we’re offered a glimpse into Vladimir Putin‘s raise to power – from his early promises of media freedom to the flagrant disregard of democratic norms.
The Image Book [dir: Jean-Luc Godard]
In his latest film The Image Book, Godard demands a «revolution in the revolution», calling for the subject to constitute his own law against the society, which – according to Godard – is nothing other than a constellation of organised crime.