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    The man who infiltrated a military government

    JOURNALISM: The fascinating story of Elías Barahona, who infiltrated the military government in Guatemala's darkest days of civil war.

    When climate change is not the main issue

    COMMUNITY: It's more than icebergs and permafrost vanishing in the Arctic as a young anthropologist discovers in Svalbard, Norway.

    A lesson in past and present war crimes

    UKRAINE: Sergei Loznitsa's new archive-based doc is an impressive reconstruction of the trial of 15 Nazi officers in Kiev after World War II, inevitably making the viewer reflect on more recent war crimes.

    Growing up too fast

    YOUTH: Three children learn to cope with their first year at the boarding school for visually impaired and blind children.

    Portrait of an artist and activist

    BIOGRAPHY: Laura Poitras' Venice winner is a poignant and captivating portrait of the American artist and activist Nan Goldin.

    Stones from space and the meaning of life

    UNIVERSE: Behind the search for abundant fallen meteorites in the Moroccan desert lies the fragments of human complexity.
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