A DECLARATION OF LOVE by Marco Speroni
A man sentenced to death is found innocent and released after 22 years on death row. Now he faces a new challenge: surviving freedom.
HATSU by Rita Iris Prieto Matzuki
Persecution of the Japanese community in Peru during the 2nd World War. Hatsu Ishikawa is a girl of twenty, the eldest of four sisters. On his birthday, his father discovers that Peru has cut off relations with the Axis Powers and begins the deportation of Japanese immigrants to American concentration camps.
IN THE SHADOW OF THE SHINING PATH by Małgorzata Łupina
Discrimination against the Asháninka people by “Sendero Luminoso”. Asháninka women kidnapped and imprisoned deep in the woods where for many years they were raped and forced to give birth to future members of the revolutionary army, today they face freedom and civilization, tormented by memories.
MOSAIC by Imge Özbilge e Sine Özbilge
In the oldest city in the Middle East, a Kurdish student, a Muslim musician and a Christian girl are part of a cultural mosaic. When the ferocious sounds of war arrive in their city, a mysterious sunfish appears to save them.
PACHA by Sree Vallabhan
The Indian water and environmental crisis highlighted through a fable whose protagonist Appu is a child of great imagination and sensitivity who dialogues with nature and all living beings.
SOLIDARITY CRIME, THE BORDERS OF DEMOCRACY by Nicolás Braguinsky Cascini and Juan Pablo Aris Escarcena
The criminalization by the European Union of those who help migrants. First the migrants, then those who help them; who will be the next?