When protests broke out in Communist Poland in late 1970, a crisis team gathered in Warsaw. The film “1970” is a story about a rebellion but told from the perspective of the oppressors.
About a father
Unemployed after the declaration of the pandemic, Mammad began to look for a way out of the situation. At the same time, we see his relationship with his family from the father's point of view.
Vitaly Akimov portrays his family in the shrinking Russian provincial town of Arsenyev. Ten-year-old Stepan, his brother’s stepson, acts as a guide to this grim environment, appropriately filmed in black and white.
A Foreign Native
A professional skier leaves his familiar world behind and spends a year in Iran, a country that he has become so fascinated by on previous travels to challenge his own western perspectives.
Aleph is a magical cinematic journey through a labyrinth of ten countries and ten different characters. The collected stories serve as pieces of a puzzle that lead us to Aleph, the center of life.
A barrier-free glimpse in the life of the world-renowned musician, Alexandra Conunova.
ANGEL'S FLIGHT follows the story of Igor’s life, a young Bosnian diver from Mostar. He jumps off the famous bridge over Neretva, risking his life, for a few euros a day, in front of daily tourists.
The walls have ears, and the viewfinder and window oversee everything. In the context of a virus and a global lockdown, the inhabitants of a neighbourhood deny the existence of the pandemic.
A Pile of Ghosts
The real estate broker cruises around the rambling speculation landscape on a golfcart and adds names, numbers, and products: Ocean Boulevard, Central Beach Road, Lakeside Club, 250,000 square meters, freshly planted…