An intimate insight into the microcosm of migration beyond numbers, labels or political statements. Instead, it shows the day-to-day struggle of trying to combine love, dreams and work with the longing for a final stop.
The main characters of this film are residents of the Studzieniec youth detention center. They stay in touch with the outer world mainly by use of a landline phone in the supervisor’s room.
Directors follow the two women through their long and ultimately successful adoption process to bring home their young daughter as the rising tides of hate and homophobia in Hungary begins to overflow into their lives.
A 9 years old nomad girl is leading a happy life in Georgian mountains between sheep, siblings, dogs and mist. Her father is on the brink thinking to leave the traditional way of life to give a proper education to her.
Hitting my Head on the World
Desperate people who do not know what to do next might hit their heads against walls. But if we observe this movement as an instrument, a hopeless action begins to transform into an absurd repetition.
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 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.