In addition to the competition program, the SHAPE OF LIFE festival audience is waiting for four out-of-competition ones. The program "SCIENCE /LIFE" includes the cartoon "Cryptozoo" by American director Dan Shaw, winner of the Sundance and Berlinale festivals, the documentary "Do I love you, robot, do I?" by Yulia Kiseleva about anthropomorphic robots, as well as a documentary film-a study of the problems of waste recycling, "Trash" from the company "RT-Invest" and the film company "Workshop".

The "TERRA-TORY" program includes feature films representing the mosaic of the planet's territories. The program includes the painting "Purfying Arctic" directed by Alexey Kobylkov about 18 men of different professions and different ages who arrive on an uninhabited island in the Kara Sea to manually clear its territory of tons of scrap metal left after the development of Yamal. The Russian premiere of the Chinese film "Light chaser" about scientists living in a small town in Norway will take place within the framework of "TERRA-TORY".

The program "ANIMATE / INANIMATE" includes documentaries "Woman" (Jan Bertrand, Anastasia Mikova), "Sugar" (Damon Gamo), "Kusama: Infinite" (Heather Lenz), "Varda par Agnes" (Didier Roger, Agnes Varda), which tell not only about people changing the world for themselves, but also about how important it is to be able to maintain the balance of civilization.

A separate interesting program of SHAPE OF LIFE will be a program of short documentaries by young directors from VGIK, the oldest film school in the world.