Author’s Documentaries

  • Prison Sisters

    Sweden | 2016 | 58/90min

    Two young women after being released from prison in Afghanistan: risking her life Sara escapes to Sweden to find a brighter future, while Najibeh is forced to stay in the Taliban nest. Read More

     
     
  • John Berger or The Art of Looking

    Germany | 2016 | 55min

    An intimate portrait of the writer and art-critic who’s groundbreaking insights on seeing have shaped us for already five decades. Read More

     
  • Cabbage, Potatoes and other Demons

    Romania, Germany | 2016 | 60min

    1 village, 1.000 tractors, 100.000 tons of cabbages & potatoes each year - which are hardly sold and eventually destroyed. Is there any way out? Read More

     
  • Mother’s Joy

    Germany | 2016 | 40min

    A short film by Chris Wright and Stefan Kolbe about the possibility of love in a world where love is seldom seen. Read More

     
  • Shot in the Dark

    Germany | 2016 | 52/79min

    The film by Frank Amann is an intimate portrait of three successful artists who have one thing in common: visual impairment as a starting point for their visual explorations. Read More

     
     
  • Under the Sun

    Russia, Germany, Czech Republic, Latvia, North Korea | 2015 | 58/106min

    A film by Vitaly Mansky about the ideal life in an ideal country. We can see how much effort the North Korean people have to undertake to make this ideal world work. Read More

     
     
  • Czechs Against Czechs

    Czech Republic | 2015 | 88min

    Tomáš Kratochvíl’s documentary explores the racial issue in the Czech Republic with heart and conviction. Read More

     
     
  • Swing Game

    Finland | 2015 | 55/88min

    Documentary film by Mikko Peltonen and Pasi Riiali about the fast-growing digital game business. The filmmakers decide to found a mobile games company and create a hit game. There's only one problem: they don’t know anything about game development. Read More

     
     
  • Café Waldluft

    Germany | 2015 | 58/79min

    Once a tourist hot spot nestling in the picturesque mountains of Bavaria „Café Waldluft” turned out to be a run-down hotel with a few remaining guests in their late sixties. But there is something very unique about the place: it offers shelter to refugees. Read More