The screening of Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt was followed by a panel debate.
Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize for Documentary at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, Last Men in Aleppo will have its European premiere at the March opening film of Copenhagen’s CPH:DOX.
Anyone who believes that it can ever be morally justifiable for a country to support a tyrannical regime – even if it serves a government’s own short-term interests - should watch Hissène Habré: Prosecuting An Embarrassing Ally.
After centuries of hatred, violence and massacres, Ukraine is yet again at war. People continue to kill in the name of the Motherland, flag, culture or religion. Crossing checkpoints, Peter Entell takes us from loyalist Ukrainians to pro-Russian separatists, all the while searching for traces of his own ancestors who fled the country a century ago.
He is responsible for millions of deaths. Now, Henry Kissinger will be able to bask in the glory of the Nobel Prize ceremony.
War is messy.
At the 2016 Jihlava Documentary Film Festival in October, five films about presidential campaigns were selected. Here are the impressions, ranging from Kennedy to Trump, of the screenings. Will they help us gain better understanding of how to deceive people – or push them off the edge?
Riot is the modern reaction to capitalism, in the same way strikes were in the past.
«The war on terror» keeps journalists occupied and silences the population, all the while the war rearmament provides enormous profits – to the select few.
We are talking with Andrei Kurkow about the deeper national soul in Ukraine, about the significance of literature, about pluralism, and the relations between Russians and Ukrainians. Modern Times met the country’s most well-known author, Andrey Kurkov.