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In 2015, with Germany facing turmoil after flinging its doors open to a million refugees, Berlin repurposed a defunct airport to house them, creating an ad hoc village that is the setting for a film to premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival.The film, by Brazilian director Karim Ainouz, documents the life of the airport's new residents, drawing a parallel the lives of Berliners in the vast adjacent park, contrasting refugees with hipsters on kite skates, joggers and picnicking families.The Berlinale devoted its program to refugees and migration in 2016, when it coincided with the peak of Europe's migrant crisis. This year's 68th edition will show a different part of refugees' journey.
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