Film Catalogue

  • The Spree – Symphony of a River

    Germany | 2007 | 52/86min

    Gerd Conradt’s new film will enchant you as it takes you on a unique journey along the river Spree to the backdrop of a specially composed symphony performed by the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra. Read More

     
  • The Strange Sound Of Happiness

    Italy, Germany | 2017 | 90min

    Diego Pascal Panarello’s personal journey from the torrid coasts of Sicily to the frozen flatlands of Yakutia in Siberia reveals the use, myths and legends of the mouth harp, spread throughout the world as a symbolic key that can open our mind and soul. Read More

     
  • Themerson & Themerson

    UK, France, Poland | 2010 | 52/72min

    The unusual love story of a unique creative couple from Poland. Read More

     
  • They Call Us Aliens - Foreigners in Tokyo

    Germany / Japan | 2008 | 54/87min

    Veit Helmer observes how foreigners struggle to make a living in a totally different society, in Japan. 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

     
     
  • Those Who Said No

    Sweden, Germany | 2014 | 55/89min

    For the first time an International People’s Tribunal convenes in The Hague court of justice to investigate the mass executions of political prisoners in Iran during the 1980s. The survivors testify against a crime that has been kept secret from the world for over 25 years. 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

     
     
  • 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