At this year’s 30th Cambridge Film Festival in Cambridge, UK, Human Terrain shined in the documentary programme. In a recent article, the festival’s artistic director Tony Jones described the film as, “one of the most extraordinary films I have seen for a long time. It shows how in 2005 the US military started integrating social scientists into combat units in Iraq and Afghanistan then you have the human drama when a recruit who the directors had befriended is killed by a roadside bomb. It is a very moving and involving film.” You can read an article about the screening and other films at the Cambridge Film Festival here.

You can also learn more about upcoming screenings at Dok Leipzig, Germany on October 20-21 and The Margret Mead Film & Video Festival in New York City, November 13th @5:30 here.