Berlin Film Festival: Indigenous voices in the spotlight

Stories showcased at this year's Berlin Film Festival explore the effects of colonisation, nuclear weapons, and climate change.

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    This year's Berlin Film Festival is giving a voice to indigenous filmmakers, who are not often represented in mainstream cinema.

    From the Pacific to the Arctic, the storytellers explore the effects of colonisation, nuclear weapons, and climate change.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Berlin.


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