Shadows on the walls of homes built one hundred years ago by a genius architect tell the story of a past century in Central Europe that was not as comfortable as expected.
The story about the relationship between a trainer and his young athlete during an intense period of preparation for a new height in ski-jumping. The trainer is trying to raise a new sports star at the end of his career.
The last battle cry of two 90-year-old partisan veterans and their journey to keep the anti-fascist legacy alive in a society which forgot its own ideals and heroes.
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.
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.
Roma (working title)
The turbulent youth of young Roma from a 13-year-old hero of the Maidan revolution to the 18-year-old adult trying to survive in a small criminal provincial town.
The Schubert Effect
A tragicomic documentary roller-coaster about the life of the unpredictable Siberian Ed Wood and his multiple attempts to change his life and filmmaking in Russia.
The Taste of Celibacy
A young priest stood up against the hypocrisy of life in the Catholic church and clergy, and he single-handedly raised the revolutionary banner calling for the consecration of married men.
A single mother is struggling to move away from her home village,as her former partner, her young daughter’s sexual abuser comes out of jail, and moves back into the small, religious Transylvanian community.