This uncommon documentary portrait take us to the Kazakh part of the Tian Shan mountains where a small glaciological station stands at the base of the Tuiuksu glacier, at an altitude 3,500 meters. Here, cut off from civilisation, we meet a woman who has voluntarily cast herself into isolation for 30 long years in order to dedicate her life to monitoring the climatic pulse of the planet...
When we Talk about the KGB consists of seven heart-rending life stories, pointing to the lingering guilt over Soviet crimes, and the euphoria over the victory of freedom.
The film seeks to convey the senselessness and beauty of his daily life.
The film is about Uzupis, a part of Vilnius old town. The film depicts the atmosphere of decaying part of the town and reveals the anticipation of something about to happen. May be, a new flight of Icarus.
A short documentary film "Temporarily" is a personal observation of prolonged circumstances which caused confusion between temporary and permanent state in life.
What could possibly link a wedding musician that mindlessly recites popular Western melodies, a mute black man delivering flowers, and a peculiar yoga class?
Photographer Vitas Luckus was a bohemian genius with a camera who was considered “The Master” in the Soviet art scene of the 1960s. He lived with his wife Tatyana and a lion in an apartment in Vilnius.
“Man-Horse” is a film about an old farmer, Jonas, and his horse. It is an intimate story about the existential relationship between human and animal; it is about solitude and the daily effort to survive.
This is the story about a small country that in a certain period of history managed to overshadow all the other news headlines in the world. This is the story about the people who raised their independence with the smiles and songs regardless of the danger of the situation.
A man is dying in hospital. He is just a body working its way towards death, and no own knows what kind of life is lies behind it...
Kristīne Briede and Audrius Stonys here push beyond the barriers of a typical historical investigation into the Baltic New Wave and towards a more poetic treatment of documentary filmmaking.
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