Author’s Documentaries

  • Prison Sisters

    Sweden | 2016 | 58/90min

    Two young women after being released from prison in Afghanistan: risking her life Sara escapes to Sweden to find a brighter future, while Najibeh is forced to stay in the Taliban nest. 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

     
  • Parts of a Family

    The Netherlands, Mexico | 2012 | 55/83min

    What stays behind when the great passion of being in love has slowly faded away, and the years have been passing by? A bittersweet and universal lovestory by Diego Gutiérrez. Read More

     
  • Portrait of a Man

    Finland | 2010 | 59/81min

    PORTRAIT OF A MAN is a rough but beautiful documentary film about the crisis of a man in his forties and his desire for a better life. Read More

  • Prirechnyy - The Town That No Longer Exists

    Norway | 2006 | 52min

    The inhabitants of the Russian town of Prirechnyy have received a letter from the county of Murmansk telling them that their town no longer exists. A handful of retired persons refuse to leave their community. Read More

     
  • Pinochet’s Children

    Germany | 2002 | 60/80min

    A sentimental biography on the generation brought up during the three decades of Pinochet´s dictatorship in Chile. Read More

     
  • Poets of Mongolia

    Belgium / Finland / France | 1999 | 50min

    The meaning of poetry in the daily lives of ordinary Mongolians whose dreams haven’t come true. Read More