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Bugs: Natures Little Superheroes
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    Think insects are a pest? Think again. This visually stunning science documentary shows how these tiny geniuses can help us solve some of science's biggest problems -- from producing biofuel to killing drug-resistant bacteria and curing cancer.

    Post Truth Times: We The Media
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      Why do so many people distrust the media? How has the internet changed journalism? Many have questioned the role of fake news and false information in the American election and in the Brexit referendum. Donald Trump actively brands journalists, experts and the media as liars. Opinions seem more important that facts. So is truth absolute or are there levels of truth? Do people have time to worry whether they are receiving accurate information? In the age of media filtered by algorithms, do we...

      Half-Life In Fukushima
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        Five years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a Japanese farmer seeks out a solitary existence within the radiation red zone. Here, the blowing wind is the soundtrack to Naoto's lonely days, spent cultivating his land and feeding his cattle. Naoto fights to build a new life in this post-apocalyptic landscape, fearlessly facing the silent danger of radioactivity. He is a guardian of the past and the symbol of humanity's need for a change.

        Half-Life In Fukushima
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          Five years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a Japanese farmer seeks out a solitary existence within the radiation red zone. Here, the blowing wind is the soundtrack to Naoto's lonely days, spent cultivating his land and feeding his cattle. Naoto fights to build a new life in this post-apocalyptic landscape, fearlessly facing the silent danger of radioactivity. He is a guardian of the past and the symbol of humanity's need for a change.

          21 x New York
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            A documentary essay about human condition in the 21st century western society told through personal stories of 21 people met in the New York City subway. It is a multilayered symphony about emotional longings, need for communication and search for the sense of existence. This trance-like cinematic collage is made of fragmented conversations, scraps of memories and observations that build up a portrait of a world that lost its way.

            21 x New York
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              A documentary essay about human condition in the 21st century western society told through personal stories of 21 people met in the New York City subway. It is a multilayered symphony about emotional longings, need for communication and search for the sense of existence. This trance-like cinematic collage is made of fragmented conversations, scraps of memories and observations that build up a portrait of a world that lost its way.

              Bezness As Usual
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                Filmmaker Alex Pitstra has lived his life pulled between cultures. Raised in Holland by his mother, Anneke, he longed to know more about Mohsen, his absent Tunisian father. Alex was the result of a holiday romance, conceived after 36-year-old divorcee Anneke met 23-year-old Mohsen in Tunisia. In Bezness as Usual he attempts to get to know his father, make sense of his roots, and bridge his own personal cultural divide.

                Jahas Promise
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                  Jaha's Promise tells the story of a young woman who returns home to campaign against the brutal practices that almost destroyed her life. Jaha Dukureh was subject to female genital mutilation as a baby and when she was 15 she was taken to New York City to marry a middle-aged man she'd never met before.

                  In Exile
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                    After filming political footage, Myanmar filmmaker Tin Win Naing must flee his country. Unsure whether he will ever be able to see his family again, he crosses the border illegally, entering Thailand. Upon his arrival, he is astonished to see how many of his fellow countrymen have escaped the disastrous economic situation in Myanmar, only to find themselves trapped on the other side of the border, working under conditions of modern slavery.

                    In Exile
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                      After filming political footage, Myanmar filmmaker Tin Win Naing must flee his country. Unsure whether he will ever be able to see his family again, he crosses the border illegally, entering Thailand. Upon his arrival, he is astonished to see how many of his fellow countrymen have escaped the disastrous economic situation in Myanmar, only to find themselves trapped on the other side of the border, working under conditions of modern slavery.

                      Sea Tomorrow
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                        The extinction of the Aral Sea is one of the most disastrous human-caused catastrophes in the world history. Rusty skeletons of ships and deserts of salt fall below the horizon, which once was covered by the marine waves -- all these images come to mind when you think of The Aral, the world after the end.

                        Sea Tomorrow
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                          The extinction of the Aral Sea is one of the most disastrous human-caused catastrophes in the world history. Rusty skeletons of ships and deserts of salt fall below the horizon, which once was covered by the marine waves -- all these images come to mind when you think of The Aral, the world after the end.