Silent moments from a number of the filmmaker’s previous films play on a loop.
Over a single night, the filmmaker invites the viewer to experience the life of an elderly man tied to his bed.
A montage piece of Marc Isaacs' installations set to music by Matej Dimlic.
Two elderly women sat at a table in a pub form this study of the human face.
The First Bridge is a film about frontiers, barriers, the ways to cross over and see what goes on, on the other side. But it also a film about time, as it was shot on Kodak Negative Films acquired in the year 1997 and discovered intact in 2018.
Between the first and second waves of COVID-19, Nikolas Candido "wrote" an audiovisual letter to his friend. In a series of obscured fragments, he captures the changing mood of Rio de Janeiro with a digital 8mm camera.
A unique recording from 1936 in South Africa captures the voice of a man named Mukalap, who invites the Europeans to listen to him and hear his native language, !Ora. The film is a response to Mukalap’s message...
Despite forming a natural part of the life of half the world’s population, menstruation is still a taboo in many countries. The film "A Bloody Taboo" shows just how stigmatized it is in Japan.
This short observational film by the Averklub Collective follows everyday life of Romani inhabitants of the poverty-stricken Slovak settlement of Rudňany.
A short socially-critical mosaic shot on 16mm film explores how much the way of thinking has changed in Western society in the past few decades, wondering whether equality and diversity are a matter of course, or whether they are still just meaningless words.
Nature’s wonders not visible to the naked eye are revealed in a documentary shot through a microscope lens. It shows to the viewer various kinds of plankton, a ubiquitous form of life, without which life on Earth wouldn’t exist.
A peaceful reflection on arrivals and departures consisting of fragments of the everyday life of a boy living in the Cuban countryside, whose biggest passion are trains.
Confessions of a middle-class woman, whose family life – with the always absent truck driver husband and children growing more and more distant – consists of moments of solitude and attempts to overcome them via an extramarital affair.
An empathic observational documentary unveils the everyday life of a terminally ill woman.
Alberto is browsing the pictures from his first communion. They have been damaged – the face of the boy wearing his best clothes has been torn out of every picture...
The film deals with the circumstances of a mysterious crime that took place in 1973. Just before the Pinochet‘s coup, an antenna for the right-wing Channel 5 was installed in Concepción but was subsequently destroyed under unclear circumstances.
In the 45 years that Kwang-Ja has been an lifeline operator, she has heard innumerable stories of desperate people, many of whom were determined to take their lives. How can we help someone whose pain we have never felt ourselves?
This black and white video essay creates a parallel between the sedimentation and transformation of inorganic substances and the migration of civilization throughout history.
The place is Czechoslovakia, the year 1989. When she enters an abortion clinic, a lost, troubled young girl realizes that she has forgotten to bring socks, without which her gynecologist and nurses will not perform the procedure.
Darto, a film dubber, working in the most critical
Indonesian film during the second cold war.
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