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The struggle for Hong Kong democracy

DEMOCRACY MOVEMENT: Jennifer Ngo: Faceless
By following four young demonstrators, the documentary Faceless comes very close to the protest demonstrations in Hong Kong in 2019.

The legacy of Ruth Maier

ANTISEMITTISM: Elsa Kvamme: No more everyday
Elsa Kvamme's new documentary No more everyday life tells the story of Jewish Ruth Maier, who in no way has lost its relevance and importance.

The urge to be seen and recognized

FICTION: Jesse Armstrong: Succession
The controversy in the media mogul family over the corporate throne escalates further in the HBO series Succession, which in an impressive and captivating way is able to take the pulse of the present and big capitalist business at its most brutal.

Do the right thing

911: Spike Lee: NYC EPICENTERS 911-> 2021½
Spike Lee's documentary series, which now airs on HBONordic, is a comprehensive depiction of New York – interspersed with memories, stories and insights from eyewitnesses to the city's largest terrorist attack.

20 years after September 11

DOCUMENTARY: Dylan Avery: SEVEN
A research team in Alaska has via research and new computer-simulated models concluded that the NIST report on 11 September has been incorrect. Something for NRK?

Grief is how we feel – when a loss is a fact (watch the movie here)

ECO FILM: Andrea Culkova: Žal Žen (Grief / Sorrow)
Extinction Rebellion is a fast-growing protest movement. They are in favor of transforming the love of nature and the rage over politicians' passivity into collective action. But what about the political potential of grief?