While the WATCH DOCS festival is slowly coming to an end, don?t expect us to slow down?we kindly invite you to an eventful Wednesday for Watch Docs films free of charge online, the impact of politics on the lives of refugees and our right to a clean environment.

Until tomorrow, you can still see six unique documentaries online free of charge. Among other films available on the platform, you can find Maxim Pozdorovkin’s Our New President, Welcome to Sodom, about a massive electro-waste dump in Africa and Askold Kurov’s acclaimed film: The Trial: The State of Russia vs. Oleg Sentsov. The latter documentary shows the Kafkaesque trial that the eponymous Ukrainian director was subjected to by the Russian authorities following the annexation of Crimea.

What impact has the so-called EU-Turkey refugee agreement had two years after its conclusion? That is the question asked by the makers of the film The Deal (18:00 Muranów). We will also ask them the same question during a debate that will take place after the screening of the documentary directed by Els van Driel and Eefje Blankevoort. The film’s main protagonist—Gerald Knaus, an Austrian political scientist and the architect of the EU-Turkey agreement—will also take part in the debate.

On Wednesday, we will also take a look at the human right to live in a clean environment. Is this a right we can fight for in court? Before we ask our guests about this during a debate titled “Human Rights Go Green,” we kindly invite you to a screening of the film The Curse of Abundance (Kino Luna 18:00). Director Ewa Ewart takes us on a journey to Yasuní National Park, located in the rich oil fields of Ecuador. While this is one of the most biodiverse areas in the world and home to indigenous tribes, further exploitation of fossil fuels will mean the destruction of this environment.