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Mediography

A Necessary Death (Daniel Stamm, USA, 2008)

Black Panther (Ryan Coogler, USA, 2018)

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Grizzly Man (Werner Herzog, USA, 2005)

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Rosetta (Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Belgium, 1999)

Ruins (Jesse Lerner, USA, 1999)

The House That Jack Built (Lars Von Trier, Paris, 2018)

The Matrix (The Wachowski Siblings, USA, 1999)

The Watermelon Woman (Cheryl Dunye, USA, 1997)

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