What Is Love
A film about the meaning of life, about how to fill the gap between birth and death, and what happiness is. Short documentary pieces tell the stories of different protagonists of one generation.
What Makes a Man
Film “What Makes Man” is about a shockingly interesting and contradictory personality able to create dramatic situations around him in every sphere of life – in his family, sports, everyday life and politics, when…
The film is about the empty spaces left behind in the wake of war and violence. The film is composed of long static wide shots of places and land- scapes in present day Bosnia Herzegovina. The ordinary banality and…
The household of a Lisbon family is abandoned after a century, and turns into a hub of a biographical and contemporary investigation.
What Remains - An Obituary on Wilhelmine and Bernard
Hermann lived in his parents house since his birth 1946. He conserves and archives the objects from the past. Up to this day he could not seperate himself from these things because they have great nostalgic value.
What're You Gonna Do Next, Karolinka?
Karolinka, an 18-year-old mother, is looking for her place in the world, hoping for a better life, like the one she briefly experienced while working on a movie set. A life without vodka, theft, and violence.
What's the News?
A documentary film about the role of the independent and free press and which factors affect this role in today’s changing media environment.
What the Heart Unites, the Sea Shall Not Divide
Partly animated documentary film with the actor Pavel Kříž as a guide in front of the camera. A story about the iron curtain dividing togetherness and friendship of two indivisible actors and comedians.
What the wind took away
Despite having lost everything, the Yazidi women Hedil and Naam are struggling for a humane life for their families. In the Yazidi massacre by the terrorist organisation "Islamic State" they were forced to leave their…
What to do about Stalin?
“What to do About Stalin?”. Georgia, the country that has modernized more successfully than any other in the region, has completely failed to deal with Stalin’s controversial, painful legacy.