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What is left after the dust settles?

TOURISM: Dutch doc revisits cities devastated by disasters.

Humans of no nation

REFUGEES: Since 2016, 700,000 people of the Rohingya Muslim minority fled Myanmar making the Kutupalong refugee camp one of the biggest in the world.

Nature – The largest virus laboratory

DISEASE: Why our economic system has to end.

When maids are slaves

SLAVERY: The desperate struggle for justice in a country with no labour laws protecting foreign domestic workers.

Why? Food waste, reproductive rights, and claiming the ultimate truth

THE WHY: Three shorts made over the years that are just as relevant today.

Escape from Danish colonialism

COLONIALISM: Greenlanders upend past patterns while exploring culture and identity

A modern morality tale

TERRORISM: After a chance encounter with Carlos the Jackal, artist and filmmaker Ulrike Schaz remains on secret service records years later.

A common humanity

LIFE: A timeless study of village life in the remote highlands of North-west Angola is both intimate and humorous.

Boycott or disrupt?

ACTIVISM: Following Icelandic performance art group Hatari who made headlines at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in support of Palestinian rights.

Armour-plated schools

GUNS: Fear of school shootings in the US has created an entire industry dedicated to turning educational institutions penal.

There’s more than one feminism

DOK.REVUE: A reflection on women documentarians inspired by Barbora Baronová’s book Women on Women.

Documentary for social change

SOCIAL CHANGE: Essential reading for all who want to better understand what makes our time the documentary golden age

Words matter

TRUMPISM: A guide to understanding, resisting, and recovering from the tumultuous Donald Trump presidency.