Can a horse save a life? In Clondalkin that’s exactly the case. Young people tame wild horses and become... urban cowboys.
A psychological drama about the implementation of the Nazis’ Nuremberg Laws, which has a major impact on a town in eastern Slovakia. Local Jews are forced to depart for concentration camps, and their possessions are confiscated.
A lyrical tragicomedy about a village postman Jakub and Jolanka, a Roma girl.
Neil Platt ponders the last months of his life. Within a year, he goes from being a healthy young father to becoming completely paralyzed 1from the neck down. As his body gets weaker, his perspective on life changes.
Miguel traces his way trying to survive, his reality becomes increasingly labyrinthine and it gets complicated to face himself, his complex behavior and a repressive society. An invasion of confused ideas make this documentary a piece about the current human complexity in a Mexico dominated by violence.
What starts out as a calm, observational record from an excursion boat filled with Taiwanese tourists admiring glaciers, soon turns into a frenzied – in places almost hallucinogenic – series of bizarre events after a black hole appears in the sky.
A collection of Hrabal’s short stories published in 1978 was used to create this tragicomic mosaic depicting the daily lives of several characters in the Central Bohemian town of Kersko, a place to which Hrabal had close ties.
The darkness of the mine, invaded by the miners light, by the noisily machines and the permanent and intense smell of ore in the air, lead us to an environment in which time and space become confused.
Ultimate refuge for the leftovers of the American dream, the motels in the United States houses a population of drifting humans who, from crisis to crisis - economic and personal - have been dispossessed of everything.
RAGE, a movie about Acid Techno, TB-303, rave parties, disorder, life instinct and death instinct, secret societies and chaos, childhood, noise, pleasure to make music and listen to it, violence and how to answer to it with violence. Love.
Two Polish brothers, who managed to escape Soviet work camp, are unable to escape from each other. They love but at the same time they hate each other.
"Argentinian Lesson" with its visual aesthetics, its rhythm and composition parallels a narration of a fiction film.
It is the end of the war and the tables of power have turned. Lieutenant Chotovický is returning to his homeland to recover – physically and emotionally. He isolates himself, seeking calm, yet hypnotically watches Adelheid, the German housekeeper assigned to him.
“The whistle man” was a typical character of the Portuguese sea-side during the Fascist Portugal. His story has so many versions that he has become a myth: A poor crazy man who lost his baby girl, a professional homeless who lived from the charity of rich families, a pedofile or a summer father Christmas.
Hot summer has come to their tiny village in the Cuban countryside, Leonel and Antuán intimately explore their universe far from adults. With a considerable difference in age, their unique friendship is torn between games and fights, conversations about everyday life, existentialist questions, simple pleasures, and boredom.
A lyrical essay in five parts, Evaporating Borders is told through a series of vignettes that explore the lives of political and economic refugees on the island of Cyprus. The film explores the themes of displacement, belonging, identity, and migration.
Director Václav Kadrnka reconstructs a single day in communist Czechoslovakia as he, himself, had experienced it as a 14-year-old boy.
In early 90’s, a 12-year old Serbian girl was brutally murdered in Zagreb. The perpetrators were soon found but never convicted. A quarter-century later, well known director Oliver Frljic is working on a theatre play about the case. The rehearsals bring out hidden traumas and become collective psychotherapy, and the 12-year old actress Nina feels as if the war had never ended.
The State Capture gives a complex insight into the gap in political reality of Slovakia - one of the EU countries - which became visible after an investigative journalists Ján Kuciak and his fiancée has been brutally murdered at their home...
Drifting through the densely forested landscape of southern Slovenia—Greetings From Free Forests, like a lifting fog, reveals a refuge of embedded historical memory. The film travels alongside the testimonies of local hunters, foresters, cavers, and foragers among others—orbiting around an absence left by radical struggle after it has come to fruition and since faded...
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