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Through the description of the daily lives of the now elderly survivors of the Jiabiangou Forced Labor Camp, this documentary seeks to expose the truth about the political campaigns of the late 1950s that led so many people to suffer or to die.
Three peasant sisters - aged ten, six and four - try to get by in the mountains after their mother abandons them and their father has to go away to work.
Documentary focusing on the decline of heavy industry in the Tiexi district of Shenyang, China.
The lives of others Nadine Labaki on Capernaum and the way the refugee crisis affects children
Finding that spark Julian Richards on working with Barbara Crampton and Chaz Bono on Reborn
Stepping back to the Seventies Benjamin Naishtat chats about his genre thriller Rojo
An unseen world Lila Avilés talks about putting the focus on The Chambermaid
Saddling back up Chloé Zhao and Brady Jandreau on autism, training horses and The Rider
Cold War is hot at the European Film Awards The Death Of Stalin wins Best European Comedy
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