How to tell a story through the voices of people who are still afraid to talk about the past? Through the 1970s, the journalist Elías Barahona, also known as “El Topo”(“The Mole”), succeeded in infiltrating the most repressive government in Guatemala, that of General Romeo García.
6 years of exile, 948 dialyses, 2000 injections: Meruzhan, as much as his travelling companions, awaits a transplant, a right of residence.
Riccardo, a final-year medical student from Italy, is going to Gaza on an Erasmus exchange to fulfil his dream: becoming a war surgeon.
A poem written on the ruins of a building near a train track in the Sierra of Madrid leads us to one of the darkest episodes in Spanish history, namely the labor camps for Republican political prisoners under the Franco dictatorship.
Philibert’s life is full of twists and turns, each eventful moment being more marvellous than the other.
In a daring film, two directors explore new paths in the cinematic language through the story of Senobia Cerrud, who lived in a small village in the middle of nowhere.
For thirty years, Northern Ireland was scarred by a conflict between Catholics and Protestants. In 1998, the Good Friday Agreement brought an end to the Troubles, thirty years of attacks and assassinations marked by state secrecy.
As the Taliban took control of Afghanistan and the “good war” ends in chaos and tragedy, Graeme Smith, a war correspondent, gives a first-hand account of NATO’s failed attempt to bring democracy, women’s rights and freedoms to the country.
When Finnish-Somalian Mustafe discovers that his ancestors’ land in the horn of Africa is full of copper and gold, he decides to swap his family’s safe but boring life in the Nordics for Somaliland, a self-declared state in East Africa.
In Ksour Essef, Tunisia, an imam cherishes the dream of breathing new life into his city by reopening a cinema that has been disused for 25 years.
I am Chance follows the microcosm of a group of street savvy girls in the surprisingly bright, pop and artistic megacity of Kinshasa.
In Poland, the independence of the judiciary has been seriously threatened since the coming to power of Law and Justice, a far-right party.
In the Levant, “Kash Hamam” is a pigeon game that dates back to the most remote times.
A collective of young promoters of urban agriculture establishes itself in Blosne, a working-class neighbourhood of Rennes, and has an ambitious mission: reconnect the inhabitants with nature and a healthy diet.
They have just arrived in France from countries including Ireland, Serbia, Brazil, Tunisia, China and Senegal.
The story is set on the first day of summer and Claire Darling’s last day on earth. In any case, that’s what she believes…
Issyk-Kul, perched in the high mountains of north-east Kyrgyzstan, is one of the five deepest lakes in the world.
Every year, during school holidays, Anas, Egbal, Bailo and the others go to the village of Conques, in Aveyron, France. They are all survivors of Libyan torture camps.
In the depths of the murky, grey North Sea, a monster of iron and gas threatens the Belgian Coast.
Despite being nearly 30, Hélène still looks like a teenager. She writes powerful texts with a caustic humour and is, as she says herself, part of a “miscalibrated batch that doesn’t fit in anywhere.”