Modern Times Review #116
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CPH:CONFERENCE 2022 reveals its full programme
CPH:DOX unveils over 200 films for full 2022 programme
CPH:DOX announces 9 projects for first physical Inter:Active Symposium
CPH:DOX FORUM announces 2022 project selections
CPH:DOX taps climate change documentary as 2022 opening film
«A festival is first and foremost a collective effort brought to you by a team that is only as strong as its weakest link»
Modern Times Review speaks with new CPH:DOX Artistic Director Niklas Engstrøm.
A House Made of Splinters
Director: Simon Lereng Wilmont
A small group of social workers work to create a much-needed safe space for children to live in.
Judges Under Pressure
Director: Kacper Lisowski
Poland’s populist nightmare seen through the unprecedented pressure judges are now under in an EU state fast becoming a pariah.
Director: Daniel Roher
A Sundance-winning docu-thriller following the recent attempt of the Russian opposition leader’s life
Director: Maia Kenworthy, Elena Sanchez Bellot
Following the development of radical climate action group XR from its founding in late 2018.
The Caviar Connection
Director: Benoît Bringer
Despite imprisonment, journalist Khadija Ismayilova exposes the intricate corruption tactics of the families ruling Central Asia.
Director: Alex Pritz
Promised dominion over their own rainforest territory, Brazil's Uru-eu-wau-wau people have since faced illegal incursions from mining companies and land-grabbing invasions spurred on by right-wing politicians.
Director: Neasa Ní Chianáin, Declan McGrath
One teacher's determination in turning the fortunes of an inner-city plagued by urban decay, sectarian aggression, poverty and drugs.