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Whole cities are engrossed by mass housing monotony. Jaeuk Lee documents monumental construction projects in his home country of South Korea.
Max Ernst Stockburger documented the closure of a 70-year-old US-Military Base in his hometown Schweinfurt.
A glimpse into the life of ladyboys. A portrait of the third gender and a desperate search for acceptance in Cambodian society.
From the shores of the Euphrates to Damascus. An essayistic inquiry into patriarchal violence and feminism in Syria is swept away in the 2011 uprising
A broken health system and a broken will. One woman’s struggle with cancer, documented by Kristina Syrchikova.
We roam the red-light districts of South East Asia with Michael Schade. The unsetting insights of an insider.
A film about the 81 year-old owner of an adult movie theater in Passau. In his laconic style, Mr. Siebzehnrübl tells us that his theater is his life.