Joaquim Pinto has been living with HIV and VHC for almost twenty years. What now? is the notebook of a year of clinical studies with toxic, mind altering drugs as yet unapproved.
A group of five school-aged youths spend their free time in front of a graffiti-covered wall. In the rough area near the train tracks we observe the process of rap being created. The free way the youths speak and off-the-cuff texts accompanied by music emanating from their mobile phones say a great deal about way they perceive the world.
This film captures footage of parents talking to their kids about their experiences during the Velvet Revolution. We want to show how we ourselves experienced that day, our perceptions of the demonstration - which we assumed was just another demonstration, not the deciding event of a Revolution...
Raised in a refugee camp in the West Bank while her mother was in prison, Walaa dreams of becoming a policewoman in the Palestinian Security Forces (PSF). Despite discouragement from her family, even her beloved brother Mohammed, Walaa applies and gets in. But her own rebellious behaviour and complicated relationship with her mother are challenging, as are the circumstances under which she lives.
Filmmaker Angela Christlieb embarks on a search for the vanished art terrorist group Gelitin. The artist and gallerist Salvatore Viviano is at her side. Interviews with internationally renowned names of the international art scene and archive material lead to a journey into a world full of wonders, scandals and body parts.
Wally’s life is increasingly turned upside down by her mother's alcohol addiction. Helplessness, excessive demands and desperation shape her childhood – a daily struggle for survival.
Dragoslava has four TV sets, three grandchildren, two best friends, and a husband with whom she fights over a remote control...
The movie “When The Sun Goes Down” is about freedom, identity and self-realization in a relationship. It tells about those serious themes with humor and poetics.
When we Talk about the KGB consists of seven heart-rending life stories, pointing to the lingering guilt over Soviet crimes, and the euphoria over the victory of freedom.
23 years after the Romanian Revolution people are back on the streets of Bucharest, reclaiming the public space. The director is following their stories for one year, from the first days of the protests to the final days of the referendum against the President...
We all know what ventriloquism is but no one knows how the relationship between a ventriloquist a his dummy is. Below the stage ventriloquist’s life continues...
This is a wandering film through lake Walden’s frozen banks in Concord, New England, town where Henry David Thoreau and Nathaniel Hawthorne look at each other in silence, under the snow in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.
How would the Mabanan community reclaim their homeland when the government still refused to recognise proofs of residence of their ancestors?
The director uses the word tramping to describe his reportage from a journey where he set out without food, money or clothing, only with his camera and with the goal of finding out if he could survive.
Chilean film director Carlos Klein accompanies Russian filmmaker Victor Kossakovsky during the shooting of his latest film. In Patagonia, at Lake Baikal and in Shanghai, Victor Kossakovsky explores the singular relationships between places and people on opposite sides of the world...
This study, full of black humour, was made by a Łódź Film School student and presents a documentary portrait of a Slovak village – a dying world revived largely by funerals.
An ironic look at life on the run, with the former Serbian general, accused of war crimes, forced to live like a hermit in a cave.
The filmmaker explores the principles of movement while dreaming, and constructs them outside of the world of dreams by inserting graphic elements into images from the real world and simulating the space of a computer game in the virtual world. As she passes through these fictional worlds, the main character takes on a real as well as animated form.
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