Homecoming - Marina Abramovic and Her Children
The occasion is The Cleaner, a traveling retrospective exhibition with its final destination in Belgrade, the artist’s hometown. It contemplates her whole life, including dilemmas from her youth in Belgrade, misguided lo
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.
How to swim and not to drown
Arnold has been participating in this unconventional swimming contest for 23 years, and every year he constructs as fanciful as possible boats and floats.
I am Wounded
Following the life of two teenage brothers in a Kurdish city of Northern Iraq, “Brîndarim” depicts the risky routine of these boys forced to become men in a wounded society.
The Imprint in the Mind
Where will we end up after our powers will start to fade? Two elderly women searching to answer that with their handy cams.
An intimate portrait of women engaged in the Donbass war fighting for freedom and respect.
A sequence of bucolic black-and-white fragments of the southern Tuscan countryside opens a portrait of a peaceful daily routine, of reconciled old age spent in a sun-drenched idyll. Without a hint of emotion, Jochen,…
Journey around the home in 60 Days
The sheer range of Romanian films created as a result of this spring's lockdown has shown us how we can cope with the crisis. A lyrical montage of old footage set within the context of isolation alongside a video art…
Through rare archival footage and a dramatic first-person re-enactment of one of the biggest Cold War muddles of the 1970s, Lithuanian sailor Simas Kudirka tells the tale of his desperate jump to freedom.