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Women of the world – united on film

SOCIETY: Woman is the sequel to Yann Arthus-Bertrand's panoramic portrait of humanity, this time focusing on the female part of the world's population.
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The cartel drafts and corpse diggers of Mexico’s reluctant armies

DRUG WAR: Trapped within an abjectly corrupt architecture of power, many Mexicans are subject to the collusion between organised crime and state institutions in a deadly concert of terror.

The nightmare in Mexico

DRUG WAR: A respectful and sensitive dedication Mexico’s dead and missing.
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A personal account of Aleppo’s destiny

SYRIA: A painful documentary infused with the occasional breath of poetry and beauty from Aleppo.

The deadly circle of German fate

GERMANY: Thomas Heise voyages into mental and emotional fractures

It’s others that interest me

AUTOBIOGRAPHY: At 90, French New Wave pioneer Agnès Varda reflects on her career and a creative philosophy of community and empathy.

When your country is against you  

BLACK AMERICA: Robert Minervini’s new documentary examines a community of disenfranchised people in New Orleans and their struggle for survival in a country that seems to have forsaken them.

Exposing the misery of the Mafia

PHOTOGRAPHY: Letizia Battaglia never introduced herself as a photographer of the Mafia. She was taking pictures of Palermo, she says, where the Mafia is simply part of everyday life and routines.

A pop doc out of the ordinary

BIOGRAPHY: «Why are you a problematic pop star? » director Stephen Loveridge asks M.I.A. in his documentary. The answers provided by the film point towards more than an uncompromising and sometimes challenging personality.

One of the greatest leaders of the 20th century

RUSSIA: Meeting Gorbachev is an intimate and engaging portrait of the man who unwittingly prompted the collapse of the Soviet Union.