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All against all

Translated from English by Signe Prøis: Behrouz Boochani: Only the mountains are my friend

REFUGEES: Cohesion is pulverized, everyone just thinks about managing on their own, surviving, tearing up an extra snack, a place in the food queue or the phone queue.

Freedom, dignity and hope

GAZA: MODERN TIMES meets different voices in Gaza today: About the United States' new plan, and conditions on the ground.

Dandelion of the West Bank

Christy Garland: What Walaa Wants

: LANYARD: What Walaa Wants portrays a child growing up in the shadow of Israeli occupation and Palestinian freedom struggle, in the Balata refugee camp in the West Bank.

From "success story" to chaos and destruction

Carin Goeijers: But Now is Perfect

: But Now is Perfect tells the story of how a small hospitable village in southern Italy opened up the community to refugees seeking a better future in Europe. But it is also a story of loss and tragedy.

Small bits of beauty

Garry Keane, Andrew McConnell: Gaza

EVERYDAY IN GAZA: The film depicts the resignation that is, in fact, a will to find a life and a happiness in the midst of all the tragedies.

The documentary as a means of communication

Matt Peterson, Malek Rasamny: Spaces of Exception

: Spaces of Exception compares the experience of oppression and resistance, and finds similarities between North American Indian reservations and Palestinian refugee camps.

The refugee camp that became a city

: The Jordanian refugee camp Zaatari houses 87 Syrians. None of them want to go home. Syria lacks even the most basic infrastructure, and most Syrians are terrified of retaliation.