Corina Schwingruber Ilic: All Inclusive LOTS OF TOURISM: This map documentary depicts the life of an "all inclusive" cruise ship and is a humorous and poignant commentary on the mass consumption of our time.
Zacharias Kunuk: One Day in the Life of Noah Piugattuk ABORIGINES: Tromsø International Film Festival's opening film is a minimalist but profound study of the cultural clash between Inuit and government in Canada.
Luke Lorentzen: Midnight Family PATIENT HUNTING: The intense and upbeat documentary Midnight Family follows a family-owned ambulance in Mexico City, and their extreme dilemmas between life-saving and earnings.
Joon-ho Bong: Parasite Palme d'Or-WINNER: Modern class distinctions are strongly present in this year's Film from the South opening film Parasite, which is an exuberant and biting social satire one should not know too much about in advance.
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