: The power of film: Docudays festival offers audiences much food for thought
Opinion10:34 Apr. 4, 2016
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The power of film: Docudays festival offers audiences much food for thought

UT sits down with jury member and filmmaker Pamela Cohn

Movies, photo exhibitions and more. All were on show at the Docudays International Human Rights Film Festival in Kyiv.

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More than two dozen movies were available for audience viewing, all touching on a range of issues relevant to today's politics.

But how to tell good from bad, right from wrong? Pamela Cohn, a filmmaker based in Berlin and a member of the jury in the Docu/Life category, came into the Viewpoint studio to help us navigate the programme.

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