Life: Untouchable? Category: Documentaries The daily life of Veerasamy, a Dalit (untouchable) who lives in a small village in southern India. Discrimination based on caste membership has been illegal in India since 1947 - but, clearly, it still exists.
Life: The Posse Category: Documentaries The story of a group of young people trying to survive in Sao Paolo, Brazil. The film is centered around a rap group whose songs explain the inequalities of life in Brazil today.
Life: For a Few Pennies More Category: Documentaries The story of Kamidi, an Indonesian living in rural Java who suffers from cretinism, and how his doctor dramatically improved with an injection of iodine-infused oil.
Life: The Outsiders Category: Documentaries The collapse of communist rule in Central and Eastern Europe has brought greater freedom of choice and opportunity for the region's youth, but it's also created a climate of growing uncertainty.
Sunny Intervals and Showers Category: Documentaries The case of Allan Levi reveals the complex difficulties people who suffer from manic-depressive disorders can encounter and the inability of modern science to cope with the disease.
Spotlight: Superdollar Plot Category: Documentaries This film revisits the case of four men sent to prison for distributing counterfeit currency, tracing its distribution network from North Korean presses to Moscow's underworld.