Film Catalogue

  • 66 Seasons

    Slovakia | 2003 | 58/66/86min

    A documentary film about the Košice swimming pool where history came to bathe. Set between 1936 and 2002, the story reflects historical events that took place in Central and Eastern Europe during that period. Read More

  • 900 Days

    The Netherlands | 2011 | 58/77min

    Myth and reality of the Leningrad Blockade. Read More

     
  • A Separation

    Sweden | 2013 | 58/72min

    A SEPARATION by Karin Ekberg is a tragicomic documentary that portrays the very last acts of a long marriage. A film about the tentative search for a beginning of what – finally, and unfortunately – is over. Read More

     
  • Alcan Highway

    Finland | 2013 | 86min

    A road movie by Aleksi Salmenperä about dreams, freedom and friendship. Read More

     
  • American Vagabond

    Finland, Denmark | 2013 | 85min

    AMERICAN VAGABOND by Susanna Helke is a coming of age story of a gay boy growing up in small town America. It’s a story about a family coming to grips with what it fears the most. Read More

     
  • Anna, Seven Years on the Frontline

    The Netherlands | 2008 | 78min

    This is Anna Politkovskaya’s life story, told in documentary scenes and in the words of friends and colleagues. Read More

  • Anne Clark - I’ll walk out into tomorrow

    Germany | 2017 | 81min

    English New Wave-poet and spoken word-artist Anne Clark pioneered electronic music. Claus Withopf visualizes her impressing body of work by creating a kaleidoscope of typographical art, poetry and emotional avant-garde music. Read More

     
     
  • Apology of an Economic Hit Man

    Greece | 2008 | 58/90min

    In front of an angry audience somewhere in Latin America, a North American discloses the secret network that used the World Bank, payoffs, extortion and sex, military coups and political assassinations to create the American empire. Read More

  • Arranged Happiness

    Germany / India / USA | 2010 | 57/87min

    Set in the politically-charged region of India’s Kashmir Valley, the intimate portrayal of one Muslim Kashmiri family’s search for a groom for their daughter provides a compelling counter-weight to a largely misunderstood perception of Islam in the West. Read More