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Just the Wind (Csak a szél)

Drawing inspiration from the death-squad murders of several Gypsy families in Hungary in 2008, director Bence Fliegauf’s chilling and unforgettable real-life horror story follows a family whose dreams of emigration and escape are suddenly, horribly destroyed.

A People Uncounted

Documenting their culturally rich yet often difficult lives, and demonstrating how their present state has been deeply shaped by the tragedies of the past, A People Uncounted brings the Romani history to life through the rich interplay of their poetry, music and compelling first-hand accounts. As ethnic intolerance flares up across Europe, A People Uncounted sheds light on this unique culture while presenting the Roma tale as emblematic of the world’s legacy of racism and genocide. A People Uncounted was filmed in 11 countries and features dozens of Romani — including Holocaust survivors, historians, activists and musicians.

The Notebook (Le grand cahier)

In a village on the Hungarian border, two young brothers grow up during war time with their cruel grandmother and must learn every trick of evil to survive in the absurd world of adults.