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    Losing It

    The search for the answer to the mysterious disappearance of socks follows the political elite from Finland to Brussels


    After 1986, a restricted zone was erected at a radius of 30km around Chernobyl. More than 100.000 people have been evacuated from there, but some have remained or returned

    Our Park

    OUR PARK was meant to be a nice quiet film about the filmmaker's local park, an essay on the notion of the wild and the tame in the inner city suburb of Leichhardt

    Buena Vista Social Club

    Aging Cuban musicians whose talents had been virtually forgotten following Castro's takeover of Cuba, are brought out of retirement by Ry Cooder

    Three Days And Never Again

    26-year old Sasha has been sentenced to life imprisonment. Originally he was condemned to death


    The highway of the title refers to a 2,000 mile stretch of dirt road in remote Kazakhstan. Along this route a traveling family circus journeys in their crowded hand-cranked bus, stopping in villages to perform feats of strength and skill.

    Punitive Damage: A Mother’s Trial

    The story of New Zealander Helen Todd's law suit against an Indonesian general that she pursued after her son, Kamal, was shot dead in the Dili massacre in East Timor.

    The Living Museum

    The connection between "madness" and creativity has a long history, as does the notion of the "mad" having an inherent artistic capability. Such connections are explored in "The Living Museum" by Jessica Yu.

    The End Of An Eternity

    The film follows director Theo Angelopoulos and his working methods during the production of his film ETERNITY AND A DAY.

    BERLIN FESTIVAL 1999: Handling History

    This year’s Berlin International Film Festival (February 11 - 21) offered the chance to watch many historical docs in a city saturated with history