A New Shift
Forty-something miner Tomas emerges from the underground
and into a challenging new world of work as he retrains to become
a computer programmer.
A journey film through four cities, the present and the past. Minsk, Moscow and the cities of childhood shot by the director and her father 25 years ago, are merged into one voice message to an unknown person.
Chickens, Virus and Us
A delightful tale about one family's experiment during the coronavirus crisis. By casually exploring the adoption of chickens, this Czech family discovers the challenges inherent in the commercial egg industry.
Diary of a Bride of Christ
When her sister, at 13, decided to become a nun, the film director, outraged, tried to stop her. Six years later, she started filming in her sister’s new home – in the nunnery.
Directors follow the two women through their long and ultimately successful adoption process to bring home their young daughter as the rising tides of hate and homophobia in Hungary begins to overflow into their lives.
How I Became a Partisan
A film resistance against oblivion - Romani director Vera Lacková uncovers fates of five Roma partisans from World War II - one of them is her great-grandfather.
Belarus, August 2020 - Minsk is overflowing with massive protests. Mara attempts to capture a new weapon of the Lukashenko's regime: the distortion between reality and fiction.
Personal Life of a Hole
"Personal Life of a Hole" relates to the current situation of (western) people. Holy hole, what to do with all these holes? The film responds to contemporary issues of ecology, economics, culture, and finally love, too.
What we would be able to see, if we could hear better? The story of a tragedy told by sounds, music and lyrics. Abandoned pianos standing in the Chernobyl Zone.