Film Catalogue

  • Monobloc

    Germany | 2020 | 52 / 65 / 90min

    The monobloc plastic chair is the best-selling piece of furniture that ever existed. MONOBLOC by Hauke Wendler tells the story of how this unsightly chair took the world by storm – and why. Read More

     
     
  • Cuban Dancer

    Italy, Canada, Chile | 2020 | 52 / 90min

    Director Roberto Salinas portrays Alexis, a talented and proud student of the National Ballet School of Cuba, who spends his life practicing chassé and entrechats with his girlfriend and dance partner Yelenia. When his family moves to Florida, he must adjust his expectations and dreams to a radically new environment. Read More

     
     
  • Merry Christmas, Yiwu

    Sweden / Serbia, Germany, France, Belgium, Qatar | 2020 | 54 / 94min

    An intimate film by Mladen Kovačević about everyday lives of Chinese workers stuck in between Chinese communist tradition and newly discovered Chinese dream that takes place in Yiwu, a city with 600 Christmas factories which produce Christmas for the entire world. Read More

     
     
  • How to Steal a Country

    South Africa | 2019 | 58/93min

    A rags-to-riches story by Rehad Desai, involving political influence, corruptible politicians and a host of well-known multinationals prepared to benefit from state capture in South Africa. Read More

     
  • Never Whistle Alone

    Italy | 2019 | 58 / 74min

    Think about your job, your office, your colleagues... What if you discover that your boss is corrupt? Seven people tell director Marco Ferrari what they witnessed inside their office. Their words were so similar that it became one collective story: the story of a whistleblower. Read More

     
     
  • Little Man, Time and the Troubadour

    Netherlands, Belgium | 2019 | 55/104min

    Bypassing political propaganda and combining elements from documentary, fiction and animation, this road movie by Ineke Smits sheds a poetic light on a highly topical question in a world that is on fire: what is home, what makes a country? Read More

     
     
  • Traces

    Germany | 2019 | 52/81min

    The National Socialist Underground murders in the early 2000s left scars. Not only among the relatives of the victims, but also in the migrant communities and the entire German society. TRACES by Aysun Bademsoy follows these scars and poses the question of whether such injuries can ever heal completely. Read More

     
     
  • Mother

    Belgium, Netherlands | 2019 | 52 / 82min

    MOTHER by Kristof Bilsen is a character-driven film that allows us to explore the struggles of motherhood and the frustrations of being unable to care for our loved ones. Read More

     
     
  • Hamada

    Sweden, Germany, Norway | 2018 | 52/90min

    With vitality and humor, HAMADA by Eloy Domínguez Serén paints an unusual portrait of a group of young friends living in a refugee camp in the middle of the stony Saharan desert. Read More