This summer Humanity House will open the doors again for a series of films on their outdoor terrace. From 1 August they will be showing a controversial documentary on every Thursday evening in August during Bios in the Open Air 2019.

Bios in the great outdoors, that means enjoying IDFA favorites for five weeks in a row, while enjoying a snack and a drink during a balmy summer evening, cozy under a blanket. The documentaries move, inform and inspire. In the films you see people from all over the world who offer you a unique insight into their world.


Kabul, City in the Wind

The documentary Kabul, City in the Wind gives you a unique perspective on life in Kabul. The film alternately follows the driver Abas and the two brothers Afshin and Benjamin. 

When the War Comes

The documentary When the War Comes is about the Slovak Peter, who is worried about the future of his country. 


With a zest for life, humor and unexpected situations, the documentary Hamada paints an unusual portrait of a group of young friends in a refugee camp in the middle of the Sahara desert.


Heartbound tells the story of lonely Danish men who marry Thai women. A moving and carefully made documentary about immigration and intercultural marriages.

The Border Fence

To stop refugees, the Austrian government announced in 2016 that it would build a fence in the border region between Austria and Italy.