Portraits

  • 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

     
     
  • Bury My Heart In Dresden

    Germany | 2012 | 90min

    On the trail of the Sioux Indian Edward Two Two, who was buried at his own request in a Catholic cemetery in Dresden. Read More

     
  • Catching Haider

    Austria, Germany | 2015 | 91min

    How can it be that, despite the corruption scandals he has been associated with, Austrian right wing populist Joerg Haider is portrayed as a hero after his accidental death? Read More

     
  • Chavez – Inside the Coup

    Ireland / UK / The Netherlands / Germany / Finland | 2003 | 64min

    The documentary is the story of the overthrow of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez in 2002 and his return to power 48 hours later. 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

     
  • Children. As Time Flies.

    Germany | 2007 | 86min

    What became of bus driver Jeanette’s dream? How are her children Tommy and Paul? Is life under control now? What does Jeanette’s little brother Tino mean by “mixing everything”? The snowman has no mouth. Life as it flows. Agitating. Read More

     
  • Dancing with Time

    Germany | 2007 | 103min

    Dancers over the age of sixty in a project of the Opera Leipzig, their lives, their dancing - the grace of age, beauty and power. Pas de deux instead of anti-aging cream! Read More

     
  • Estonia Mon Amour

    Germany | 2004 | 94min

    A moving film about the encounter with a mysterious corner of the earth called Estonia, about the search for a meaning in life, about taking farewell – and the smile of a new beginning. Read More

     
  • Father's Garden – The Love of My Parents

    Switzerland | 2013 | 93min

    Using puppets, the director Peter Liechti consolidates the portrait of his parents into a fictional family tribunal. Read More