Film Catalogue

  • Bullshit

    Sweden | 2005 | 58/73min

    Filmmakers follow the Indian alternative globalist Vandana Shiva for two years in her worldwide fight against neo-liberal globalization. Read More

     
     
  • Bunker - The Last Days

    Germany / Switzerland | 2002 | 58/83min

    Women and children who survived the Allied bombing and the Russian invasion tell of the horror of the last days of WWII in Berlin's bunker labyrinth. Read More

     
     
  • Cabbage, Potatoes and other Demons

    Romania, Germany | 2016 | 60min

    1 village, 1.000 tractors, 100.000 tons of cabbages & potatoes each year - which are hardly sold and eventually destroyed. Is there any way out? Read More

  • Café Waldluft

    Germany | 2015 | 58/79min

    Once a tourist hot spot nestling in the picturesque mountains of Bavaria „Café Waldluft” turned out to be a run-down hotel with a few remaining guests in their late sixties. But there is something very unique about the place: it offers shelter to refugees. Read More

     
     
  • Canned Dreams

    Finland | 2012 | 52/78 (81)min

    A film by Katja Gauriloff about workers and their dreams on the journey of a canned food product. Read More

     
  • Child of the Commune

    The Netherlands | 2004 | 50min

    Documentary film of Maroesja Perizonius about her personal experiences as a child in the movement of the Indian guru Bhagwan. Read More

     
  • City of the Steppes

    Belgium | 1994 | 52min

    Mongolia after the fall of communism and before the arrival of capitalism. 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

     
  • Dress Code - How To Dress Right

    Germany | 2006 | 52min

    Dress for Success! Victoire Castellane, once Karl Lagerfeld's muse and now a chief designer in her own right at Dior; Piero Tosi, Visconti's legendary costume designer; and many others take us on a tour through the secret world of dress-codes. Read More