Art/Music/Culture

  • Monobloc

    Germany | 2021 | 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 | 54 /98min

    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

     
     
  • 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

     
     
  • A Family Quartet

    Netherlands | 2018 | 58/73min

    Meet 16 year old Dutch violin talent Noa Wildschut and her family during the three years leading up to her debut album and international breakthrough. When Noa's talent reaches a new high, this affects the family as a whole. Read More

     
     
  • Berlin Rebel High School

    Germany | 2016 | 52/92min

    Germany's most unusual high school has no headmaster, no hierarchy and no pressure. This Berlin based school is entirely organized by its students without any outside funding. The adult pupils pay their own teachers and decide what they want to learn. A tribute to curiosity by Alexander Kleider. Read More

     
     
  • Pavlensky – Man and Might

    Germany | 2016 | 58/99min

    In the course of his performances, the Russian political artist Pyotr Pavlensky has sewn up his mouth, nailed his scrotum to Red Square, and severed an earlobe. This is how a courageous freethinker is challenging the power of the Russian state. 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

  • 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

     
     
  • Jiří Menzel - To Make A Comedy Is No Fun

    Switzerland | 2016 | 53/80min

    A film about Czechoslovakian director Jiří Menzel who won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film with CLOSELY WATCHED TRAINS - his first feature film ever. Read More