Film Catalogue

  • 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

     
  • Under the Sun

    Russia, Germany, Czech Republic, Latvia, North Korea | 2015 | 58/106min

    A film by Vitaly Mansky about the ideal life in an ideal country. We can see how much effort the North Korean people have to undertake to make this ideal world work. Read More

     
     
  • Velvet Terrorists

    Slovakia / Czech Republic / Croatia | 2013 | 83min

    A documentary by Pavol Pekarčík, Ivan Ostrochovský, Peter Kerekes about three romantic heroes, who had a go at armed resistance against the communistic regime in Czechoslovakia. Read More

     
  • Vinylmania

    Italy | 2011 | 54/75min

    Paolo Campana invites us on a road trip to find out what role vinyl records play in today’s digitally dominated music world. Read More

  • Virginity

    Russia | 2008 | 86min

    Vitaly Mansky’s film follows the stories of three teenage girls from the provinces who come to Moscow wanting to succeed. Read More

     
  • Vivan las Antipodas!

    Germany / Netherlands / Argentina / Chile | 2011 | 104min

    Haven’t we all wondered at some point what was happening just at this moment beneath our very feet at the other side of the planet? 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

     
     
  • Weightless

    Norway | 2002 | 52/82min

    A film about having the courage to live, when life seems meaningless. Read More

     
  • Wild, Wild Beach

    Russia / Germany | 2006 | 85/125min

    “…A brave, unflinching and willingly unpopular and unsavory film showing the most brutal face, and the muscle, of Putin-era Russia, cavorting on a summer beach. …” VPRO Joris Ivens jury, IDFA 2006 Read More