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Movies on War: Reflecting on Conflict and Reconciliation
Exploring the Role of Film in Understanding War, Uprisings, and Social Change at the 'Movies on War' Festival
The Movies on War film festival showcases films exploring war, conflict, peace, and reconciliation. Covering a wide spectrum of armed conflicts across various geographies, these films delve into social movements, cultural happenings, popular uprisings, and political transformations, both historical and contemporary.
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Director: Mstyslav Chernov
While the Russian invasion commences, a group of Ukrainian journalists who are stuck in the besieged city of Mariupol strive to carry out their duty of documenting the war's brutalities.
Director: Inna Sahakyan
The true story of a young Armenian girl who, along with her family, had to endure the genocide that took place between 1915 and 1918.
Director: Knut Erik Jensen
83-year-old Knut Erik Jensen is back with Longing for Today, a film that does not conform to the lineup of modern Norwegian blockbusters about World War II.
Director: Tonje Hessen Schei, Michael Rowley
Power, money, and religion intertwine as the influential US Christian fundamentalist movement fights for the end of the world.
Director: Lukasz Konopa, Emil Langballe
Victim or perpetrator? Theatre of Violence shines light on the problematic dichotomy in the Ongwen case.