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  • Eat Your Catfish

    United States, Spain, Turkey | 2021 | 74min

    Kathryn's ALS has left her paralyzed and her family's relations in tatters, but she holds on to see her daughter's wedding. With dark humor and extraordinary intimacy, this film by Adam Isenberg, Noah Amir Arjomand & Senem Tüzen probes the breakdown of a family's bonds and of a woman's will to live. Read More

     
     
  • Caveman - The Hidden Giant

    Italy, Switzerland | 2021 | 91min

    For almost thirty years, the Italian sculptor Filippo Dobrilla has secretly been sculpting a naked man, a 4 meters marble giant, at the bottom of one of the deepest caves in Europe. Director Tommaso Landucci discovers the secret behind the most inaccessible piece of art in the world. Read More

     
     
  • Stand Up My Beauty

    Switzerland, Germany | 2021 | 110min

    Nardos is a young singer from Addis Ababa who wants to fulfill herself as an artist, undeterred by everyday problems and strict tradition. Director Heidi Specogna tells the story of the conception of her first own, original song, through the stylistic means of a documentary musical. Read More

     
     
  • Brotherhood

    Czech Republic, Italy | 2021 | 97 / 54min

    BROTHERHOOD by Francesco Montagner is an intimate coming of age story following three young brothers in Bosnia, growing up under the shadow of their father’s influence, who must each decide: which man do you want to be? Read More

     
     
  • Bellum - The Daemon of War

    Sweden, Denmark | 2021 | 58/88min

    A triptych of stories by David Herdies and Georg Götmark about the ways in which Western nations choose to cope with war, write the narratives of war, the different ways they find to profit from it, and how they film it. Read More

     
     
  • The Bubble

    Switzerland, Austria | 2021 | 52/93min

    THE BUBBLE by Valerie Blankenbyl examines often-surreal senior citizen life within The Villages, America’s largest retirement community. Leisurely retired life beneath the year-round Floridian sunshine however, is not perhaps as idyllic, or as welcomed, as viewers may imagine. Read More

     
     
  • Les Enfants terribles

    France, Turkey, Germany | 2021 | 52/93min

    Set in a close-Arab community, in a village situated in the south of Turkey, this film by Ahmet Necdet Cupur unfolds a familial story, where children must face their imposed fate and pressure from the community, to emancipate and follow aspirations. Read More

     
     
  • Anamnesis

    Germany | 2021 | 111min

    How do you picture a man who has murdered? A film by Chris Wright and Stefan Kolbe about the story of Stefan S. and the limits of our imagination. Read More

     
     
  • Gorbachev. Heaven

    Latvia, Czech Republic | 2020 | 57/100min

    The 90-year old Gorbachev currently lives in a modest house outside Moscow, awaiting the moment when he will be called to join the list of the 20th century’s most consequential figures. History will judge Gorbachev, but Gorbachev presents his own, final testimony - captured by Vitaly Mansky. Read More

     
     
  • To the Moon

    Ireland | 2020 | 76min

    TO THE MOON by Tadhg O'Sullivan steps lightly through the ages and ideas that people have drawn from the moon to meditate on the fragile and fleeting nature of humanity. Read More

     
     
  • Molecules

    Italy | 2020 | 54/68min

    Between February and April of 2020, Andrea Segre, who lives in Rome for several years, got stuck in Venice during the lockdown: Venice, hometown of his father and just partially his own. Read More

     
     
  • Everything Will Not Be Fine

    Romania, Ukraine | 2020 | 82min

    After ending a long-term relationship, Adrian Pîrvu, a half-blind filmmaker born in 1986 and whose mother blames his illness on the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, leaves behind his life in Romania and travels to find other people who might have been affected by it. Read More