Tempo 2016

Focus: Power

Pietra Brettkelly, 2015, Afghanistan, New Zealand, 91 min, English Subtitles, Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award, Swedish premiere!

A Flickering Truth unwraps the world of three dreamers living amongst the dust of Afghanistan’s 100 years of war as they struggle to protect and…

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Du Haibin, 2015, China, France, USA, 106 min, English Subtitles, Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award, Swedish premiere!

China may have embraced capitalism, but that doesn’t mean Maoism has vanished. In A Young Patriot, we get an eye-opening take on China’s millennial generation…

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Vladimir Tomić, 2015, Denmark, Serbia, 70 min, English Subtitles, Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award

In 1992, a wave of refugees from the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina reached Denmark. With refugee camps completely full, the Red Cross pulled a…

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Helena Třeštíková, 2015, Czech Republic, 101 min, English Subtitles, Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award

Mallory grew up among wild among punks and skinheads in Prague’s underground and has had a rough life living on the streets and being on…

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Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami, 2015, Germany, Iran, Switzerland, 90 min, English Subtitles, Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award, Swedish premiere!

If 18 -year-old Sonita could decide by herself she would be a world famous rapper and daughter of Rihanna and Michael Jackson. The reality is…

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Marianna Economou, 2015, Greece, 77 min, English Subtitles, Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award, Swedish premiere!

In The Longest Run we follow the refugees Jasim and Alsaleh from Syria and Iraq, who got to know each other in a Greek youth…

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David Meskhi, Salome Machaidze, Tamuna Karumidze, 2015, Georgia, Germany, 75 min, English Subtitles, Stefan Jarl International Documentary Award, Swedish premiere!

In the film When the Earth Seems to Be Light we get to follow some skaters, artists and musicians in the Georgian city and capital Tbilisi.…

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