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Bianca-Olivia Nita

Nita is a freelance journalist and critic for Ny Tid.

An eternal revolutionary

Francisco Marise: Para la guerra / To War Director
In a Cuba that is slowly moving further and further away from communism, a Cuban veteran is stuck in the past.

A Changing China

Zhang Yang: Up the Mountain
Up the Mountain gives a glow into an idyllic village life in Yunnan Province, in a China that stands at a crossroads between old and new.

Clouds of lies

Ghassan Halwani: Erased, __ Ascent of the Invisible Director
An overwhelming amount of disappearance cases remain unresolved in Lebanon.

Italy's rotten heart

Francesco Patierno: Camorra
Camorra highlights the many phases of the development of organized crime in southern Italy from the 1960 years to the 1990 years. How did violence and misery become "normal"?

Sisterhood and hope for the future

Madeleine Gavin: City of Joy
Around 200 000 women have been raped as part of the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. City of Joy is a hot documentary on the way back to life.

To rescue a pink dolphin

Mark Grieco: A River Below
The documentary A River Below takes you to the Amazon River to meet the endangered pink river dolphin, inviting reflection on capitalism, market forces and predatory nature.

A puppet life 

Melody Gilbert: Silicone Soul
Could you consider establishing a long-term love relationship with a silicone doll? Melody Gilbert's thought-provoking documentary explores the relationship between humans and puppets, and as a spectator you are slowly drawn into an exercise in human empathy and compassion.

In the borderland between fiction and truth

Stephane Kaas: Etgar Keret: Based on a True Story
Etgar Keret: Based on a True Story is as playful as the man it portrays. 

Life without thinking

Franklin Foer: World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of Big Tech
BIG TECH: Author Franklin Foer gives a historical overview of Big Tech's impact on society and asks how we can fight its pervasive power.