The festival features the UK London premiere of How to Save a Dead Friend from first time director Maryusa Syroechkovskaya – a emotionally raw documentary filmed over 12 years that documents Maryusa's relationship with her partner Kimi alongside the backdrop of authoritarian Russia and the push towards greater authoritarianism. Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets, a documentary by the renowned Ross Brothers showing the end of a dive bar in Las Vegas that has become home to a range of characters over years. The Passion of Remembrance - a visual mosaic from 1986 that warmly profiles black brits growing up in Thatcher's Britain. A Room of My Own, a queer Georgian film set during the Covid pandemic. And Delphine’s Prayers - an unflinching series of conversations between Delphine, a young Cameroonian woman living in Belgium and director Rosine Mbakam.