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The 11th annual Wales One World events aims to bring the most exciting new cinema from around the world to Wales, with a particular focus on independent work. It opens with the Welsh premiere of 1928 Russian classic Turksib, accompanied by a specially composed soundtrack. The festival includes opportunities to meet the people behind the films, including panel discussions and audience Q&As.
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A group of Lebanese women try to ease religious tensions between Christians and Muslims in their village.
The effects of globalisation in Indonesia’s rapidly changing society ripple into the life of a poor Christian woman living in the slums of Jakarta with her Muslim sons and teenage granddaughter.
Enchanting, magical tales told using silhouette animation and screened in 3D.
A troubled young man on day release from prison takes a job in a morgue and is inspired to go looking for the mother who abandoned him as a baby.
A truck driver agrees to transport a woman and her baby, not anticipating the change it may bring to his quiet life.
Jafar Panahi's postcard from Iran.
Eugene prefers a life of dreams to everyday reality in surrealist animator Jan Švankmajer's extension of one of his own dreams.
Set during the American-Philippine war as the head of a bario has to answer to both the Americans and the Filipino patriots, with deadly consequences.
A bold young Karimojong boy digs in the ground to unearth a curse his tribal elders once put on education.
A middle aged hostess struggles to preserve her virtue as she faces financial difficulty and a critical life decision.
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