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    One Day in Ukraine

    UKRAINE: A glimpse of the war as experienced by Ukrainians every day since Russian forces invaded on February 24, 2022.

    H2: The Occupation Lab

    ISRAEL: The story of the eastern side of Hebron, a microcosm of a conflict and a test site for control throughout the West Bank.

    Look What You Made Me Do

    ABUSE: Three survivors of domestic violence who have murdered their abusers are given a chance to tell their stories.

    My Imaginary Country

    POLITICS: At Cannes, Patrizio Guzmán´s documentary offers one of the rare elements of hope in global politics.

    Children of Peace

    ISRAEL: The many children brought up in the unique environment where a group of Arabs and Jews decided to challenge everything they know about their nationalities and histories.

    La Colline

    IDENTITY: From the 2022 Cannes Film Festival, an intense look into the lives of the neglected and forgotten.

    Fragile Memory

    MEMORY: A Ukrainian filmmaker turns to a forgotten photo archive as his grandfather’s memory starts fading away.

    The Natural History of Destruction

    CONFLICT: Sergei Loznitsa’s sombre documentary, The Natural History of Destruction, re-examines the heavy bombing of British and German cities during World War Two, posing the question – ‘is it morally acceptable to kill civilian populations as a means of war?’

    Pleistocene Park

    CLIMATE: A remote Russian geophysicist seeks to restore the Ice Age ecosystems.
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