All That Glitters
Situated at the crossroads of global interests, Kyrgyzstan reflects the political rivalry between Russian and American influence, reveals the religious rivalry between Christianity and Islam, and lies between the…
Two women. Two revolutions. An enduring friendship.
Children of the State
Three families. Three unique stories of adoption, mixed in a bloody cocktail of love, tears, politics and money.
Cinema, Mon Amour
Every cinema has a story - a tale of loneliness, friendship, hope and unfulfilled dreams.
When adults are ineffectual, children have to grow up quickly. Ola is 14 and she takes care of her dysfunctional father, autistic brother and a mother who lives separately; but most of all she tries to reunite the family
The Earth Is Blue as an Orange
Mines are still falling, but people in a war zone want to live, laugh, love, learn and even shoot their own films.
The Good Postman
A small Bulgarian village just by the Turkish border has been resisting foreign invaders since the times of the Ottoman Empire. Now its electorate of 38 elderly Bulgarians is facing a tough decision. The Great Gate, as…
A first person, introspective look into the journey of becoming a father. A story revealing the notion of fatherhood as seen on a larger-than-life scale.
Kapitalism - Our Improved Formula
Alexandru Solomon invites Ceausescu to revisit Romania, 20 years after he has been executed. The dictator haunts present-day capitalist society, emerged in the Wild East and often deeply rooted in its communist past.…
The Man Who Made Angels Fly
When the lights dim and the stage is revealed, Michael Meschke, channels life through the strings of his puppets, triggering the spiritual connection between the creator and his alter-egos. Between the life and death…
My Beautiful Dacia
My Beautiful Dacia is a humorous essay on the Romanian odyssey from communism to capitalism as seen from the perspective of one of Romania's most charismatic symbols: Dacia, a simple and discreet automobile, but also a…
The Place of Love
Ordinary love stories of not that ordinary people.
The Price of Sex
The Price of Sex is a feature-length documentary about young East European women drawn into a netherworld of sex trafficking and abuse. Intimate, harrowing and revealing, it is a story told by the young women who were…
Something about Georgia
The film is a political fable that depicts the frail equilibrium of the world and questions the values of international politics. It takes us through a critical and violent year in the life of Georgian state - from the…
Shot on 16mm, Transnistra follows a group of young people as they move from a carefree summer through an unforgiving winter in the self-proclaimed state of Transnistria.
A unique journey into the pasts, hearts and minds of long distance runners embraced by the running director.
In 1992 Esad was 19 years old Muslim boy when he radicalized and became a part of the Civil War of the former Yugoslavia. He became a guard in the prison camp of Celibici in Bosnia where they kept Serbs imprisoned. Esad…
When the War Comes
A paramilitary group in Slovakia is recruiting hundreds of young men, aiming to create a model community based on military drill, obedience and fear.
With or Without You
Due to a series of tragic events, Maggi (89) and mentally disabled Chunhee (69) have lived together for 45 years under one roof, sharing one bed and one husband.
You Have No Idea How Much I Love You
What does the word "love" really mean?