Human Interest/Society

  • 66 Seasons

    Slovakia | 2003 | 58/66/86min

    A documentary film about the Košice swimming pool where history came to bathe. Set between 1936 and 2002, the story reflects historical events that took place in Central and Eastern Europe during that period. Read More

  • 900 Days

    The Netherlands | 2011 | 58/77min

    Myth and reality of the Leningrad Blockade. 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

     
     
  • A Separation

    Sweden | 2013 | 58/72min

    A SEPARATION by Karin Ekberg is a tragicomic documentary that portrays the very last acts of a long marriage. A film about the tentative search for a beginning of what – finally, and unfortunately – is over. Read More

     
  • American Vagabond

    Finland, Denmark | 2013 | 85min

    AMERICAN VAGABOND by Susanna Helke is a coming of age story of a gay boy growing up in small town America. It’s a story about a family coming to grips with what it fears the most. 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

     
  • Bad Weather

    Germany / UK | 2011 | 58/82min

    The film by Giovanni Giommi tells the story of a community of female sex workers living on Banishanta Island and their struggle to survive at the frontline of climate change. Read More

     
  • Bastion of Sin

    Germany | 2008 | 58/78min

    Aysel, a religious Muslim who led a sheltered life as a housewife and mother in the provincial south of Germany, auditions for a part in the tragedy MEDEA. The theatre play entangles Aysel in a conflict with her beliefs and forces her to question her life to date. 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