the program by category
Legacy of the Past
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.