Author’s Documentaries

  • The Smoking Room

    Sweden / Finland | 2006 | 58min

    The documentary is about Finland and Finnish people at the beginning of the 21st century, viewed through different smoking rooms throughout the country. Read More

     
  • The Spree – Symphony of a River

    Germany | 2007 | 52/86min

    Gerd Conradt’s new film will enchant you as it takes you on a unique journey along the river Spree to the backdrop of a specially composed symphony performed by the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra. Read More

     
  • The Strange Sound Of Happiness

    Italy, Germany | 2017 | 90min

    Diego Pascal Panarello’s personal journey from the torrid coasts of Sicily to the frozen flatlands of Yakutia in Siberia reveals the use, myths and legends of the mouth harp, spread throughout the world as a symbolic key that can open our mind and soul. Read More

     
  • The Three Smiths

    Germany / Finland | 2001 | 30min

    The „Three Smiths Square“ is located in the center of Helsinki. It is said that three out of four crimes are committed in this district, but Pekka Uotila can not recall ever to have experienced any fear in this neighborhood. Read More

     
     
  • The Train Stop

    Russia | 2000 | 25min

    The sleeping and eternally expectant people of Russia at the train stop out of time and space. Read More

     
  • The Ugliest Car

    Poland | 2017 | 47min

    Join Bogdan, his mother Kazimiera and Wartburg, the "ugliest car", on a road trip from the concentration camp of Majdanek in Poland to a former Nazi labor factory in Germany. A portrayal of a unique relationship between mother and son by Grzegorz Szczepaniak. Read More

     
  • Time of Closure

    Switzerland | 2006 | 52/63min

    Emaciated from aids and cancer forty-four-year-old Giuseppe Tommasi will spend the last months of his life at the Zurich Lighthouse hospice. Facing death he begins to reflect on his life, his family and starts to question himself and his actions. Read More

     
  • Trudell

    USA | 2005 | 54/75min

    With a rare film that only a literate filmmaker could create, Heather Rae demonstrates sophisticated craft and builds an Indigenous aesthetic essential to the intellectual exploration of the power and fragility of an Indigenous icon, John Trudell. Read More