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gallery/M2004 • For Better Land

FOR BETTER LAND • 2020

DIRECTOR: Zhang Zhikun

COUNTRY: China

RUNTIME: '74

 

SYNOPSIS: Ma Yanwei, Master of Ecology from Beijing Normal University, came to Alxa League which is covered by deserts in Inner Mongolia. After leaving the SEE conservation in Alxa, the most influential environmental organization, he set his own "For Better Land" farm.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Feature Doc

FEATURE DOCS

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gallery/M2004 • A Postcard From Pyongyang

A POSTCARD FROM PYONGYANG

• 2019

DIRECTOR: Gregor Moellers, Anne Lewald

COUNTRY: Germany

RUNTIME: '80

 

SYNOPSIS: By blending travelogue and espionage, A POSTCARD FROM PYONGYANG captures what happens when you rely solely on what you see, not what you’re told, and reveals what Kim Jong-Un’s regime doesn’t want foreigners to see... reality.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Feature Doc

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gallery/madriff • laurels • official selection 2020
gallery/madriff • laurels • official selection 2020
gallery/M2004 • Last Call For Tomorrow

LAST CALL FOR TOMORROW • 2020

DIRECTOR: Gary Null, Valerie Van Cleve

COUNTRY: USA

RUNTIME: '93

 

SYNOPSIS: Last Call for Tomorrow, reflects on the crisis facing all life on Earth. We are witnessing the 6th Mass Extinction of our planet.

We are loosing about 200 species a day. Humanity has killed 83% of all wild mammals and half of all plants.

Of the birds left in the world, 70% are poultry chickens and other farmed birds. Global industrial pollution is killing over 9 million people a year, through bad air and water. 

What recourse can the people take, when there are no effective 
institutions to deal with the global one world order. 

We face a clear choice: radical political transformation or deepening mass extinction.
 

To secure a sustainable future, we must change how we think, who we are, and how we live.

 

NOMINATIONS:
• Best Feature Doc

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gallery/madriff • laurels • official selection 2020