Human Interest/Society

  • Dead Donkeys Fear No Hyenas

    Sweden, Germany, Finland | 2017 | 90min

    A documentary thriller by Joakim Demmer about the murky concept of 'land grabbing' in Ethiopia - a modern form of colonisation where foreign investors buy or lease large farmland areas in developing countries without benefiting the local population. Read More

     
     
  • Don't Breathe

    France | 2014 | 86min

    Meet Levan, a middle-aged man from Georgia, on his comical downward spiral of paranoia and doubt as he fumbles his way through the theatre of the absurd that we call life. A dark comedy by Nino Kirtadze. Read More

     
     
  • Drought

    Mexico | 2011 | 84min

    The desert cowboys of "Cuates de Australia" in Northeast Mexico face death every year, avoiding the drought that threatens the ranch. Read More

     
  • Dancing with Time

    Germany | 2007 | 103min

    Dancers over the age of sixty in a project of the Opera Leipzig, their lives, their dancing - the grace of age, beauty and power. Pas de deux instead of anti-aging cream! Read More

     
  • Das Block

    Germany | 2007 | 75min

    Four people living in the block in German town Gräfenhainichen, four generations, four different states of loss and loneliness. Read More

  • Do Communists Have Better Sex?

    Germany | 2006 | 52min

    This is about sex. About sex in Germany and the question as to who, on which side of the Iron Curtain, was better at it. This film shows a up to now unknown and curious Chapter of political and entertaining erotic-history. Read More

     
  • Dress Code - How To Dress Right

    Germany | 2006 | 52min

    Dress for Success! Victoire Castellane, once Karl Lagerfeld's muse and now a chief designer in her own right at Dior; Piero Tosi, Visconti's legendary costume designer; and many others take us on a tour through the secret world of dress-codes. Read More

     
  • Death on the Eastern Front

    Germany | 2003 | 2x52’/2x44min

    Based on Antony Beevor's best-selling book “Berlin, the Downfall, 1945”, Sven Ihden investigates the mental state of the German and Soviet armies and the subsequent dramatic effects on the civilian population. Read More