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Rosenwald
Rosenwald (2015)
, 1h40
Origin USA
Themes Films about racism, Films about religion, Documentary films about business, Documentary films about racism, Documentary films about law, Documentary films about religion, Films about Jews and Judaism

The documentary features interviews with a number of people, including Peter Ascoli, grandson and biographer of Rosenwald,
Speak Up
Speak Up (2017)
, 2h2
Directed by Amandine Gay
Origin France
Genres Documentary
Themes Feminist films, Politique, Films about racism, Documentary films about racism, Political films

Le documentaire filme, sans voix off, 24 femmes noires issues de l'histoire coloniale européenne en Afrique et aux Antilles. Il traite de leur expérience de la différence en tant que femme noire et des clichés qui leur sont associés en tant que « femme » et « noire » dans une optique à l'intersection des différentes discriminations.
I Love the Sound of the Kalachnikov It Reminds Me of Tchaikovsky, 1h15
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Documentary
Themes Films about racism, Documentary films about business, Documentary films about the film industry, Documentary films about racism, Documentary films about law, Documentary films about war, Documentary films about historical events, Political films, Autobiographical documentary films

An autobiographical documentary film that goes beyond the barriers of the genre and is something between videoart, experimental film and home video and seeks to throw light on the consequences of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, which forced the director´s family to emigrate to France. In the spirit of Bertolt Brecht´s theory of art and distanciation, Khazarian frees himself from reality, combining in the film amateur films about his own family and contemporary footage from the battlefield in Nagorno-Karabakh. His film is not a recapitulation of historical fact, but rather a visual meditation on the fetishist aesthetics of war, diverse sexual orientations and the consequences of emigration. The film deals with topics such as war, destruction and sexuality, which, in the director´s view are indissolubly linked.