Mountain, and the life and culture of people living in nature are introduced in this section. It will screen the most films it has ever shown, a total of 20. Most of them deal with the efforts and struggles to survive and adapt to the effects of global climate warming, reminding us of the gravity of this situation. Planet Earth II, Mountains and Adaptation: Bangladesh-Sea Level Rise vividly capture the lives of animals and humans at the center of environmental changes. Two films beautifully portray the local resident’s struggles against globalization and destruction of nature: Blue Heart, about those opposing the construction of a large-scale dam in the Balkan Peninsula, and Thank You for the Rain, about a farmer planning trees in land turned barren due to drought. My Irnik, The Last Honey Hunter, and The Last Ice Hunters each show us a people trying to preserve a traditional culture that has been passed down for generations. Iranian film The Lonely Road and Colombian film Miss Maria, Skirting the Mountain are both deeply touching films that warmly embraces people living in the mountains.