Film Catalogue

  • 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

     
     
  • Return of the Atom

    Finland, Germany | 2015 | /110min

    The film by Mika Taanila and Jussi Eerola portrays the strange and stressful life in a small "nuclear town" in Finland during an era of nuclear renaissance. Read More

     
  • The Longest Run

    Greece | 2015 | 55/74min

    THE LONGEST RUN by Marianna Economou tells the story of Yasim and Alsaleh. They are underage refugees in a Greek prison, accused of having been human traffickers. Read More

     
  • Every 28 Days

    Germany | 2015 | 52/89min

    A radically personal documentary by Ina Borrmann about the filmmaker´s attempts to become pregnant in her late thirties. Read More

     
  • Beyond the Snowstorm

    Germany | 2016 | 92min

    Following long and intense conversations with his grandfather, who used to be stationed in the Ukraine as soldier of the Wehrmacht, director Levin Peter travels there, looking to trace what he has heard. Read More

     
  • Steam on the River

    Czech Republic, Slovakia | 2015 | 83min

    A film by Filip Remunda and Robert Kirchhoff about the transience of fame which is fleeting, just like the steam that silently appears and disappears over a flowing river. Read More

     
     
  • Catching Haider

    Austria, Germany | 2015 | 91min

    How can it be that, despite the corruption scandals he has been associated with, Austrian right wing populist Joerg Haider is portrayed as a hero after his accidental death? Read More

     
  • Possessed by Djinn

    Germany, Jordan | 2015 | 52/75min

    The belief in demons, or “djinn”, is a little-known aspect of Islamic culture. In a subjective investigation of this controversial topic the film by Dalia Al Kury follows the true story of Aya, a four-year-old Jordanian girl killed by her father who believed her to be possessed. Read More