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How many people are forced to be collateral damage in a system where the odds are against them? 

In a world built on questionable foundations of bureaucracy, people are failed daily by the laws and institutions supposedly there to order our world in fair and equitable ways. 

Looking to a world of perpetual crises, from migrants at the Turkish border to the police’s mistreatment of detainees with mental health issues closer to home, these non-fiction works articulate a failed system, and those who suffer for it.

Programmed by Miranda Mungai. 71'

This programme contains descriptions of mental breakdowns and physical abuse by police.

Please note, the film A HORSE HAS MORE BLOOD THAN A HUMAN and FORGET ALBERTO FOR NOW is only available to watch for UK audiences at the request of the filmmakers.

Subtitles are provided with thanks to our partnership with Subly.



Please note, this film is only available to be viewed by UK audiences at the request of the filmmaker.

A refugee known only as Alberto flies from Athens to Brussels on a fake passport. Three years later, a small crew from Berlin tries to make a film by shooting the landscape of his transit. Things fall apart. They film pigeons instead. The artifice of documentary becomes the subject itself: where do we stand between image and meaning?

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    Beina Xu