Sam Ellison: Chèche lavi / Looking for life IMMIGRATION: While Democrats, Republicans and the US president are arguing over a border wall, shows Chèche lavi what whimsical political measures mean to ordinary people.
Christopher Quinn / Erika Cohn: Eating Animals / The Judge Two of the films featured at this year's Belgian DocVille Festival remind us of the constant violations of laws and regulations, and the injustice that affects both animals and humans.
Noa Aharoni / Barbara Kopple: Shadows / A Murder in Mansfield The shadow of violence can extend far and wide, and these two films show the indirect damage that continues long after the direct violence has ceased.
Laurent Van Lancker: Kales With a subdued and unobtrusive approach, director and anthropologist Laurent Van Lancker lets the residents of the now-destroyed camp at Calais describe their separated community in their own words.
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