Screening Wednesday Sep 6, 2017

Full program
Campo Santo

Free entrance

ANI – PIXTRAKK AWARD

VISA D’OR DAILY PRESS AWARD SPONSORED BY PERPIGNAN MÉDITERRANÉE MÉTROPOLE

CARMIGNAC PHOTOJOURNALISM AWARD 2017

DONALD DRUMPF PRESIDENT

The spectacular and disturbing rise to power of the 45th president of the United States of America

A WALL IN BETWEEN ALESSANDRO GRASSANI

The dangerous path followed by Mexican migrants in their quest for the American dream

“WHITE RAGE” ESPEN RASMUSSEN / VG / PANOS PICTURES

The far right in Europe

REWILDING PANDAS AMI VITALE / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE FOR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE

Saving and protecting pandas in China, and when possible releasing them into their natural habitat

GELADAS JEFFREY KERBY & TREVOR BECK FROST / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE FOR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE

The gelada baboon, found only in the Ethiopian highlands, has a sanctuary, seen here, in the Guassa Community Conservation Area

RHINOCEROS BRENT STIRTON / VERBATIM POUR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE

BORDERLAND - GANGS OF CAPE TOWN GIANMARCO PANUCCI / ULIXES PICTURE

A report in Cape Town, one of the most dangerous cities in the world

UNDER OUR CONTROL: VIOLENCE AND HOPE INSIDE A PRISON IN VENEZUELA OSCAR B. CASTILLO / FRACTURES COLLECTIVE

An inside view of an overcrowded prison controlled by the prisoners themselves

VSD MAGAZINE - 40 YEARS

1917 - A TURNING POINT

SHEROES - SHEROES – AFTER THE ACID ATTACK FEDERICO BORELLA / PARALLELOZERO

Sheroes Hangout in Agra (Utta Pradesh) is a café run by women who have survived acid attacks

WOMEN IN THE DRC MARCO GUALAZZINI / CONTRASTO

Female victims of sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

SURVIVING BOKO HARAM SYLVAIN CHERKAOUI / COSMOS

By Lake Chad, in areas held by Boko Haram, local communities endeavor to survive

METAL IN BOTSWANA CHARLIE SHOEMAKER POUR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

The surprising and impressive heavy metal scene in the town of Ghanzi in the Kalahari Desert

THE KUNG FU MASTERS OF WAKALIWOOD FRÉDÉRIC NOY / COSMOS

Films with a difference by young Bruce Lee fans in Kampala, Uganda