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Our cherished NATO

NATO: On its 70-year birthday, the NATO-led military-industrial complex can congratulate itself with a world that spends more than 1800 billion dollars in preparation for war.

Stanley Kubrick, the realist

As a filmmaker he has had a significant impact on many of us. In a progressively militarized and technified world, Kubrick remains highly relevant.

Delta/Home Games [dir: Oleksandr Techynskyi/Alisa Kovalenko]

Once «The Pearl of the Black Sea», the political power struggles that have been characterising the East-West relationship since 2014 have left the major tourist centre in an inconvenient position. Needless to say, this year’s Odessa International Film Festival couldn’t avoid politics.

Piazza Vittorio [dir: Abel Ferrara]

Abel Ferrara‘s latest film is a kaleidoscope of impressions that narrates the life of immigrants in Italy and their shared experience of desperation and an uncertain future in Europe.

Hotel Jugoslavija [dir: Nicolas Wagnières]

Hotel Jugoslavija appears as a mirror image of the Yugoslav glory and downfall, symbolised by the once grand and luxurious hotel in the capital of a country that ceased to exist.

The Reagan Show [dir: Sierra Pettengill, Pacho Velez]

Unearthed footage helps documentary filmmakers offer alternative historical perspectives.

Teaching war [dir: Adela Komrzy]

Filmed in the immediate aftermath of Russia's seizure of Crimea and the outbreak of civil war in Ukraine's eastern Russophone provinces, this is a timely warning of the remilitarization of education and society in Europe as the post Cold War optimism crumbles.

The Red Soul [dir: Jessica Gorter]

STALIN, RUSSIA: Through interviews, observations and archival footage, this documentary explores the present baffling and widespread reverence of Stalin.

A memory in Khaki [dir: Alfoz Tanjour]

Karlovy Vary documentary selection follows Syrians in and outside of Syria

Norway’s blessing of a warmonger

He is responsible for millions of deaths. Now, Henry Kissinger will be able to bask in the glory of the Nobel Prize ceremony.