LOVELY PLANET: POLAND
A special kind of travel guide about Poland. Jakob Ganslmeier uses typical categories to comment on a shifting society that brims with irony.
Jan’s eyes light up when he talks about theater. Andrej Kolenčík and his film crew accompany the star in his less-than-glamorous daily life.
In rural small towns in the United States, hackers are working on merging man and machine. Hannes Wiedemann reports on the DIY cyborgs.
Robin Hinsch photographed throughout the recent period of crisis in Ukraine and shows the theater of war.
OLE MISS TO CHICAGO
Yvette Marie Dostatni portrays outsiders and oddities, fragile old-timers, and Americana from the Indiana plains to downtown Chicago.
Ludwig Rauch offers us unique insights into the militant Neo-Nazi scene of the early 1990s in eastern Germany.
WHEN IT BLINDS, OPEN YOUR EYES
Shanna und Ljoscha are dependent. Stigmatized by society, they struggle through illness and addiction without losing their dry sense of humor.
Whole cities are engrossed by mass housing monotony. Jaeuk Lee documents monumental construction projects in his home country of South Korea.
WHY QUIT OUR OWN TO STAND UPON FOREIGN GROUND
Max Ernst Stockburger documented the closure of a 70-year-old US-Military Base in his hometown Schweinfurt.
PEIT TII BEY
A glimpse into the life of ladyboys. A portrait of the third gender and a desperate search for acceptance in Cambodian society.
TRUE STORIES OF LOVE, LIFE, DEATH AND SOMETIMES REVOLUTION
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.
At the lake with the Mare of Majdanek. An interview about the concentration camp guard Hermine Braunsteiner-Ryan accompanied by her private documents.
12 Y MALECÓN, HABANA
From luxury condos to dormitories with a view. A film that subtly shows us the everyday life in Cuba’s largest student dormitory.
Emile Ducke photographed Transnistria, a breakaway state in which Soviet structures persist, in a time of political disaccord.
STADT DER ZUKUNFT
A long-term reportage about the current development of GDR social housing blocks in Leipzig-Grünau.
HOW TO: OPEN SOURCE INVESTIGATION
A guide to online investigation. The citizen journalist and weapons expert Eliot Higgins describes the process behind his work for
the first time.
ERSTE LEKTIONEN IN HYDROLOGIE
Adelaide Ivánova investigates the analogies between her hometown Recife and the life of her father. Urban development, shark attacks, loss and Kung Fu
Eye to eye with inmates of Plötzensee Prison in Berlin. Portraits by Ulrich Hagel created between 2003 and 2008.
NO LIFE WITHOUT
A reportage about the everyday reality of two heroin addicts that are in a state-supervised treatment with substitutes.
An extraordinary photo-reportage about the Homeless Football World Cup from the year 2004.
A photo-series about the places, victims and opponents of human trafficking on the Sinai Peninsula.
FIRST CASE, SECOND CASE
Azin Feizabadi translated and commented ‚First Case, Second Case‘ a film by Abbas Kiarostami.