Human Interest/Society

  • Anamnesis

    Germany | 2021 | 111min

    How do you picture a man who has murdered? A film by Chris Wright and Stefan Kolbe about the story of Stefan S. and the limits of our imagination. Read More

     
  • Molecules

    Italy | 2020 | 54/68min

    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

     
  • 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

     
  • Monobloc

    Germany | 2021 | 52 / 65 / 90min

    The monobloc plastic chair is the best-selling piece of furniture that ever existed. MONOBLOC by Hauke Wendler tells the story of how this unsightly chair took the world by storm – and why. Read More

     
  • Cuban Dancer

    Italy, Canada, Chile | 2020 | 53 /98min

    Director Roberto Salinas portrays Alexis, a talented and proud student of the National Ballet School of Cuba, who spends his life practicing chassé and entrechats with his girlfriend and dance partner Yelenia. When his family moves to Florida, he must adjust his expectations and dreams to a radically new environment. Read More

     
  • Oeconomia

    Germany | 2020 | 89min

    What is money? What are debts? What are the consequences of both? And how can images be found for them? In OECONOMIA, director Carmen Losmann undertakes a journey in the strategic heartlands of neoliberal policy. 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

     
  • Never Whistle Alone

    Italy | 2019 | 58 / 74min

    Think about your job, your office, your colleagues... What if you discover that your boss is corrupt? Seven people tell director Marco Ferrari what they witnessed inside their office. Their words were so similar that it became one collective story: the story of a whistleblower. Read More