the program in alphabetical order
A Life to Live | Sunday, December 5 at 2pm.
Blind children learn how to run, cook soup, read - and much more...
Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer | Sunday, December 5 at 4pm.
A closer look at Aileen Wuornos, the highway prostitute who killed 7 men.
Beauty of the Fatherland | Friday, December 3 at 4pm.
Preparing girls for beauty contests and raising good wives for the Homeland turn out to be closer than you might think...
Children's Palace | Sunday, December 5 at 6pm.
The Children's Palace in the capital of North Korea: the place to learn about the Great Leader.
Communist Charity | Saturday, December 4 at 8pm.
Is there really a direct link between capital punishment and organ transplants in modern China?
Daughter from Yan-an | Friday, December 3 at 4pm.
A Chinese woman's search for her real parents, members of the Red Guard during Cultural Revolution.
Disowned | Friday, December 3 at 6pm.
A Roma family in Northern Hungary treasures a portrait of the man they believe is their great-grand father - Kaiser Wilhelm.
Don't worry, It will Probably Pass | Friday, December 3 at 10pm.
Teenage girls in small towns in Sweden coming to terms with their lesbian sexual orientation.
Eternally Aliens | Saturday, December 4 at 2pm.
Muslim teenagers in Norway and France: can they ever be accepted?
Fit for the Streets | Friday, December 3 at 2pm.
Two years in the lives of 100 homeless men, women and children on the streets of Budapest.
Fradi is Better! | Saturday, December 4 at 4pm and on Sunday, December 5 at 6pm.
Roma and racists in the same football fan club: Ferencváros, the Westham United of Hungary.
Garden | Saturday, December 4 at 10pm.
A Palestinian and Arab-Israeli teenage gay drug-addicts making their living as prostitutes in Tel-Aviv.
Gateway of the Gypsies | Saturday, December 4 at 12pm.
Nomadic ethnic groups in the Thar Desert in Northern India, who live by trading in salt, snake charming, storytelling, singing and dancing.
Infidels | Saturday, December 4 at 6pm.
A portrait of the Godars: nomadic Gypsies in Iran, who were forced to convert to Islam.
Kenedi Goes Back Home | Saturday, December 4 at 4pm.
Roma refugees deported back to Belgrade after 10 years in Germany.
Klondike-a | Sunday, December 5 at 2pm.
Whole families earn their living by collecting and selling radioactive waste in a small town in the Urals.
Murder Ballads and Legends from Ladomirova | Friday, December 3 at 4pm.
World wars, the deportation of Jews and collectivization - history through the eyes of Ruthenian villagers.
North Korea, a Day in the Life | Saturday, December 4 at 6pm and on Sunday, December 5 at 12pm.
In the capital of North Korea kindergardens, factories, streets and homes are festooned with portraits and sculptures of the Great Leader Kim Jong Il.
On the 7 Seas | Saturday, December 4 at 4pm.
A Soviet warship becomes a tourist attraction in China.
Parno Grast: Holidays and Week-days | Friday, December 3 at 8pm.
How does the world famous Hungarian Roma family-band 'Parno Grast' live?
Power Trip | Friday, December 3 at 6.30pm and on Saturday, December 4 at 10pm.
An American power company tries to introduce market rules in Georgia.
Pretty Dyane | Friday, December 3 at 8pm and on Sunday, December 5 at 12pm.
Roma refugees in a Belgrade suburb make a living by transforming old Citroëns into hot-rod recycling vehicles.
Pyongyang Robogirl | Friday, December 3 at 6.30pm.
Doll-like beauties direct the traffic in the capital of North-Korea.
Real Woman | Friday, December 3 at 8pm.
The story of a woman who was born as a man in a small village in northern Russia.
S-21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine | Sunday, December 5 at 6pm.
Victims and perpetrators of Khmer Rouge atrocities meet to discuss memories of genocide.
Schizofrenia | Sunday, December 5 at 2pm.
The stories of political prisoners confined in soviet lunatic asylums in the 1970s and 80s, juxtaposed with interviews with the psychiatrists who 'cured' them.
Suburban Train | Saturday, December 4 at 2pm.
You sell and buy goods on suburban trains around Moscow - and meet modern Russia, too.
The Bond | Sunday, December 5 at 6pm.
Christians, Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs live in Mumbai, making a film where everybody plays the part of 'the other.'
The Boy Who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan | Friday, December 3 at 10pm.
Afghan refugees, their homes destroyed by the Taliban, live in caves in the demolished Buddhas of Bamiyan.
The Center | Saturday, December 4 at 8pm and on Sunday, December 5 at 8pm.
Hitler's birthplace is only one of 12 places that claim to be the 'true center' of Europe.
The End of the Road | Sunday, December 5 at 2pm.
Two unemployed couples from Eastern Hungary: one goes to work at the IBM factory in Székesfehérvár, the other stays.
The Kingdom of Silence | Sunday, December 5 at 4pm.
A seven-year-old Transylvanian deaf-mute boy gets a camera and creates images of his life.
The Ladies | Friday, December 3 at 8pm.
The women of Teheran "unveiled": a glimpse into a ladies' restroom.
The Last Peasants | Sunday, December 5 at 11am.
Romanian peasants go West to earn a decent living for their families, but moving away can mean unexpected losses.
The Life of an Agent | Saturday, December 4 at 12pm.
How did the secret police operate in Communist Hungary? Find out in this compilation of training films from the Police Film Studio.
The Wild East - Portrait of an Urban Nomad | Saturday, December 4 at 2pm.
Two young men searching for work in Ulan Bator, Mongolia.
This is the Track | Saturday, December 4 at 12pm and on Sunday, December 5 at 8pm.
Memories of Roma men interned in labor camps in during WWII, contrasted with propaganda films from Tiso's Slovakia.
True Romance | Saturday, December 4 at 2pm.
The love story of a young couple of homeless drug-addicts.
Wait! | Sunday, December 5 at 4pm.
A little girl in an orphanage waits for her parents to come back.
Whose Is This Song? | Saturday, December 4 at 6pm and on Sunday, December 5 at 8pm.
Tracing the roots of a song that Greeks, Macedonians, Turks, Serbs and Bulgarians all claim as their own national heritage - a Balkan story.