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From the Pearl of the Black Sea to a political game piece

Odessa's international film festival was naturally influenced by political themes this year.

Indifference as an act of war

Two Canadian films dissect the destructive forces of capitalism unleashing in the world and present how the market is a very suitable tool in the regulation of economic, social and political activity. 

Identity match in Croatia 

Srbenka is a skilled metateater that involves the actors' own experiences and memories of the war in the 90 century. It also provides a good insight into how everyday life is becoming apparent among the Serbian minority in Croatia. 

Three political periods in Serbia

This documentary is a story from "the other side", which is not so common in the dominant narrative of Serbia before, during and after the war.

A star is created

An experimental and poetic documentary gives the audience an astonishing insight into Cary Grant's career.

Not her master's voice

Supported by archival footage and comments from her followers, Winnie is also Madikizela-Mandela's own story, told by herself in interviews with the filmmaker.

Many Stalinists of today

Through interviews, observations and archive films we gain insight into the marvelous and widespread Stalin worship in today's Russia.