The artist duo speak about their preoccupation with and interest in the Armenian genocide.
Moritz Pfeifer places Yervant Gianikian and Angela Ricci Lucchi's Armenian films in the context of the aesthetics that have dominated European memory culture.
Vytaly Mansky's poignant documentary challenges the widely held belief that the indoctrination of people living under a terror regime like North Korea is complete.
In his recognizable follow-up to We Are Never Alone, Peter Václav falls victim to his own narrative pitfalls.
Experimental as ever, Alexei Fedorchenko makes revolutionaries clash with indigenous people.
This info-doc about the life and work of Lithuanian photographer king Vitas Luckus misses out on the contemporary relevance of its subject-matter...
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