Filmed during the 2014 siege of Gaza, which left 507 children dead and 3,598 wounded, ’Born in Gaza’ follows a group of young children growing up in a war zone.
Director: Cyril Tuschi
Whistle-blowers David Ellsberg, Edward Snowden, Thomas Drake, William Binney, Julian Assange and Annie Machon are interviewed about illegal surveillance by NSA, Nixon, MI5, MI6 and BND and the price whistle-blowers pay.
Director: Marie Wilke
Civil Servants follows the first year of young police officers in the police academy and on the beat in Eastern Germany.
CODE: DEBUGGING THE GENDER GAP
Director: Robin Hauser Reynolds
At a time when jobs in the tech sector are outpacing growth in all other sectors, where are all the women? Some of the most important pioneer coders were women but today, only 15% of software engineers in Silicon Valley are.
Director: Gianluca Loffredo
Almost tomorrow tells the story of an old Calabrian village in which the immigrant community has increased so much in recent years that it now matches the number of ‘native’ inhabitants. Five very different immigrant stories from the village depict different aspects of the slow and arduous integration process.
UN: LAST STATION BEFORE HELL
Director: Pierre-Olivier François
and Bernard Mangiante
In a world that is so different from the one that the UN faced after World War II, how might the UN succeed in its peacekeeping missions—from its oldest in Lebanon, to the largest in Congo, to its newest in the Central African Republic?