A Comfortable Century is a portrait of the twentieth century, seen through the microcosm of five apartments in Pilsen, designed by the famous architect Adolf Loos and confronted with his thoughts.
The story about relationship between trainer and his young athlete during an intense period of preparation for a new height in ski-jumping. The trainer Vasyl is trying to raise a new sport star at the end of his career.
A contemplation on life, death and legacy of Yugoslavia told through the story of the battle cry of 90 year old Partisan veteran who in 2019 fights to save a WWII Memorial site dedicated to child fighters like himself.
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.
Everyday life of a small kiosk in one of the provincial Polish towns. An emotional
portrait of a woman, as the kiosk becomes her second home.
Jessie starts searching for her biological family. Adopted in the 90s by a Canadian family, she discovers her Romanian family reconnection which unfolds into a quest to define one’s identity and best kept secrets.
A story of freedom routes and interconnections ‒ infrastructure objects that are built in the name of European security and identity, drawing new, 21st-century demarcation lines
A coming of age portrait of Roma, from being the 13-year-old hero of the Maidan revolution, through an orphanage to an uncertain adulthood in his small Ukrainian home town.
The Schubert Effect
An absurdist documentary comedy about manipulative amateur cinematographer from Siberia, who strongly believes in words of Vladimir Lenin that the most important of all arts is cinema... and circus.