Between the two recent films depicting the Utøya massacre, Reconstructing Utøya is the one that succeeds.
How do you opt out of a community that expects life-long allegiance and responds to dissenters with brutal retributions? In Exit, Karen Winther depicts the hazardous struggle for liberation.
If you can only bear watching one film about Utøya, Reconstructing Utøya is worth the wait.
Thousands of Ghanaian girls as young as six are systematically sent away from their impoverished rural homes to the capital to scrape together a few pennies – burdened with loads that could break the back of a strong adult.
Dramatizations of our great national tragedy are lining up. Why is it more sensitive that a foreigner tells the story of 22 July tan one of our own filmmakers?
A magnificent documentary about the natural origins of what we consider to be man-made and the connection between man and nature.
In this portrait of a coal worker in Congo, hopelessness meets an indomitable will.
Even Jesus Was Bipolar succeeds in transcending its theme while posing critical questions about the demands placed on men by consumer society.
The Chinese contemporary artist and filmmaker Weiwei delivers a captivating life and death fresco of homeless hordes of people in Technicolor.
They were born as humans, but were never allowed to live a normal human life
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