Current Affairs/Politics

  • Red Oil

    UK, Germany | 2008 | 58min

    The film tells the high-octane story of the only multinational oil corporation in the world that's part of a socialist revolution - in Hugo Chavez's Venezuela. Read More

     
  • Hotel Sahara

    Germany | 2008 | 52/85min

    Mauritanian Nouhadibou, where thousands are stranded on their way to Europe, lies between the desert and the sea. Stories of waiting, of hopes and unfulfilled dreams. Read More

     
  • Anna, Seven Years on the Frontline

    The Netherlands | 2008 | 78min

    This is Anna Politkovskaya’s life story, told in documentary scenes and in the words of friends and colleagues. Read More

     
  • Apology of an Economic Hit Man

    Greece | 2008 | 58/90min

    In front of an angry audience somewhere in Latin America, a North American discloses the secret network that used the World Bank, payoffs, extortion and sex, military coups and political assassinations to create the American empire. Read More

     
  • A Massacre Foretold

    UK | 2007 | 58min

    The true story of a Maya massacre in southern Mexico. Read More

     
  • Peacebroker – Steps in Becoming a Diplomat

    Finland | 2007 | 50min

    A documentary about Martti Ahtisaari, former President of Finland (1994–2000) and UN diplomat and mediator, noted for his international peace work. Read More

     
  • Do Communists Have Better Sex?

    Germany | 2006 | 52min

    This is about sex. About sex in Germany and the question as to who, on which side of the Iron Curtain, was better at it. This film shows a up to now unknown and curious Chapter of political and entertaining erotic-history. Read More

     
  • The Network

    Greece | 2005 | 58/82min

    A documentary about the illicit trade of Greek antiquities. Read More

     
  • The Bridge

    Romania | 2004 | 58/75min

    It is forbidden to cross the bridge between Slatina, Ukraine and Sighet, Romania. Families and neighbors are separated by political actions that seem senseless to the communities that have been divided for decades. Read More