Organised by Hungarian film producers Kontra and the Auróra cultural centre, domestic and international documentaries will be screened on the first Monday of each month in the main hall at Auróra. Their goal is for selected social, political or eco-focused films to engage in dialogue with viewers. After each screening, there will be an informal discussion with invited experts. On the first occasion, on 7 February, after the documentary The Reason I Jump, guests will be child psychiatrist Dr Judit Simó, and representatives of Autifi, which deals with topics surrounding autism. Based on the bestseller by the then 13-year-old Naoki Higashida, The Reason I Jump is an immersive film journey that tells the experiences of non-speaking autistic people from all over the world. Intense and moving, it opens up a joyful, sensual universe that conveys Naoki’s main message: just because we can’t talk doesn’t mean we have nothing to say.