Human Interest/Society

  • Molecules

    Italy | 2020 | 68min

    Between February and April of 2020, Andrea Segre, who lives in Rome for several years, got stuck in Venice during the lockdown: Venice, hometown of his father and just partially his own. Read More

     
     
  • The Bubble

    Switzerland, Austria | | 90min

    121.000 retirees, 50 golf courses, 3000 activities. THE BUBBLE by Valerie Blankenbyl depicts everyday life in and around the world’s biggest retirement community in Florida. Read More

     
     
  • Everything Will Not Be Fine

    Romania, Ukraine | 2020 | 82min

    After ending a long-term relationship, Adrian Pîrvu, a half-blind filmmaker born in 1986 and whose mother blames his illness on the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, leaves behind his life in Romania and travels to find other people who might have been affected by it. Read More

     
     
  • Honeyland

    Macedonia | 2019 | 85min

    When a nomadic family moves in and breaks Honeyland’s basic rule, the last female wild beekeeper in Europe must save the bees and restore natural balance. Read More

     
     
  • Walchensee Forever

    Germany | 2020 | 110min

    In her documentary family saga, director Janna Ji Wonders embarks on a voyage of discovery spanning a century: she takes us from the family café at the Bavarian Walchensee to San Francisco to the infamous "Summer of Love“. Read More

     
     
  • This Train I Ride

    France, Finland | 2019 | 77min

    Lured by the call of the rails, 3 women left everything behind to pursue a hobo lifestyle. A quest for identity, freedom and finding one’s place in the world by Arno Bitschy. 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

     
     
  • Traces

    Germany | 2019 | 52/81min

    The National Socialist Underground murders in the early 2000s left scars. Not only among the relatives of the victims, but also in the migrant communities and the entire German society. TRACES by Aysun Bademsoy follows these scars and poses the question of whether such injuries can ever heal completely. Read More

     
     
  • Selfie

    France, Italy | 2019 | 78min

    Italian teenagers Alessandro and Pietro accepted director Agostino Ferrente’s proposal to shoot themselves with an iPhone, commenting on their own daily life, their close friendship, their neighbourhood in Naples. Read More