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Guerrilla Voices (2018)

Sjoerd van Grootheest Colombia 74min. VOSEng
Following the signing of the Peace Agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC-EP, more than 200 guerrillas enter a demobilization camp where the rebels prepare for a life without arms. Ex-combatants, marginalized by the government, are looking for a new path within a society marked by violence.

Hayati (My Life) (2018)

Sofi Escudé, Liliana Torres Spain, France 84min. VOSCat, VOSEng
In 2015, a TV reporter tripped Ossamah Al Mohsen and his son in their desperate flight from Syria. The image went viral, becoming one of the most shameful icons of the conflict. The aggression allowed Ossamah to reach Madrid as a refugee along with his son and resume his profession. But the rest of his family, like so many other thousands of refugees, were not as fortunate.

Wonderful Losers, A Different World (2017)

Arünas Matelis Lithuania, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland, Spain, Latvia, United Kingdom 72min. VOSCat, VOSEng
Behind the elite teams of world cycling there are unknown fighters, true heroes of cycling who crash, get up, and go again. An odyssey that reveals an unusual look at the -wonderful losers-, those who sacrifice their professional careers for the glory of their teammates.

The Distant Barking of Dogs (2017)

Simon Lereng Wilmont Denmark 90min. VOSCat, VOSEng
Oleg, a10-year-old Ukrainian boy, lives in a warzone that often echoes with anti-aircraft fire and missile strikes. While many have already left this dangerous area, Oleg stays with his grandmother, who has taken care of him since his mother died. Powerless, and with nowhere else to go, they wait patiently…

Hasta mañana, si Dios quiere (2017)

Ainara Vera Spain, Norway 62min. VOSEng
A joyful story about how seventeen women live in a convent of Franciscan octogenarian sisters. Their life is a beautiful succession of small daily tasks and talks. As they prepare to celebrate the centenary of one of their Sisters, and after a long life of spiritual adventure and dedication, the time has come to take stock. Will their lifestyle disappear when they are not here to talk about it?

Ouaga Girls (2017)

Theresa Traore-Dahlberg Sweden, Burkina Faso, France, Qatar 83min. VOSCat, VOSEng
A group of young women from Burkina Faso study at a girls’ school to become car mechanics. Between hammers and adjustable spanners, they share laughter, sisterhood and friendship while facing the difficult step towards adulthood. Their dreams and desires are mixed with the country’s values and the social expectations of what a woman should be.

Of Fathers And Sons (2017)

Talal Derki Germany, Syria, Lebanon, Qatar 98min. VOSCat, VOSEng
The director of Return to Homs goes back to his homeland, Syria, to live for two years with the family of Abu Osama, a member of Al-Qaeda in Syria. There he witnesses how his children are trained from a very young age to become Jihad soldiers. We discover from within what it means to grow up with a jihadist father.

The White World According to Daliborek (2017)

Vít Klusák Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, United Kingdom 105min. VOSCat, VOSEng
Let us introduce you to Daliborek. He is approaching his forties, he’s single and still lives with his mother. He is an industrial painter, a composer of hate songs and a neo-Nazi radical. He hates his job, gypsies, Jews, refugees, homosexuals, Merkel, spiders and dentists. How can a lonely man generate so much hatred and resentment?

The Prince and the Dybbuk (2017)

Elwira Niewiera, Piotr Rosołowski Poland, Germany 82min. VOSCat, VOSEng
Who was Moshe Waks? An impostor or a man who constantly confused fantasy and reality? The son of a poor Jewish blacksmith, he died as Prince Michael Waszynski, Hollywood producer and exiled Polish aristocrat. A journey through the life of a human chameleon who rejected his original self and became a unique filmmaker, turning his own life into a great piece of fiction. But who was Moshe Waks?

Stealing Rodin (2017)

Cristóbal Valenzuela Chile, France 80min. VOSEsp
The day after the opening of Rodin's first exhibition in Chile, the guards of the National Museum of Fine Arts noticed that a sculpture had been stolen. Who stole it and why? The curiosity to see the empty platform where the missing masterpiece should have been, made this the most visited exhibition in the history of Chile. An absurd and fascinating detective tale that allows us to be ironic about the contradictions of contemporary art.