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West of the Jordan River

West of the Jordan River is Amos Gitai's first return to the Palestinian occupied territories since his 1982 documentary Field Diary. In his latest film he picks up the pieces where he left off – arguing that people is the change needed to make peace in the Middle East. [Director Amos Gitai]

Long Echo

Following a Tanzanian taxi driver in a small town in the Donetsk province in Ukraine, Long Echo offers a fresh view on a story that has all-but disappeared from the daily news bulletins of European media outlets. [Director Lukasz Lakomy, Veronika Glasunowa]

Raising women’s voices

Turkey's women's festival may be a drop in the ocean of the poisoned patriarchy that pollutes the world, but its part of a current that is growing in power, pace and spread.

Good Luck

Ben Russell’s latest experimental documentary studies the men that labour in the copper and gold mines of Serbia and Suriname. [Director Ben Russell]


Leilah Weinraub's Shakedown is a fascinating glimpse into the world of African-American lesbian clubs and strip shows. [Director Leilah Weinraub]

The White World According To Daliborek

A portrait of an average, everyday Neo-Nazi, The White World According to Daliborek illustrates East-Central European ennui in the form of a gently ironic documentary. [Director Vit Klusák]

The Russian job

This short documentary provides a Czech viewpoint on a 21st century car factory that is still behaving in decidedly mid 20th century ways. [Director Petr Horký]

War for peace

Covering a tragic struggle, this documentary shows stark footage of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict from a partisan, though compelling, viewpoint. [Director Yevhen Titarenko]

Teaching war

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. [Director Adela Komrzy]

End of life

This is where we are all headed. With a background of beeping hospital monitors and oxygen pumps, End of Life is a caring, charming and at times poignant demystification of the death process. [Director John Bruce, Pawel Wojtasik]