Can a horse save a life? In Clondalkin that’s exactly the case. Young people tame wild horses and become... urban cowboys.
Intimately shot in his home, and emerging somewhere between artist portrait and testimony, Riverock is a conversation with the musician, poet, sociologist and thinker Negro Leo.
A portrait of Jean-Claude Biette, a filmmaker as confidential as he was essential, author of Théâtre des Matières and Saltimbank, critic for Cahiers du cinéma, founder with Serge Daney of the magazine Trafic, but also an actor, music lover, entertainer and friend.
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.
In this film about Brazilian filmmaker Glauber Rocha in exile in Sintra, Portugal, the question arises: How are the traveler and the exile different? How shall we think of memories created in exile?
The film addresses a personal crisis filmmaker went through, sparked by the sudden death of his mother. It portrays his girlfriend's effort to rebuild and re-find the bond of love in the time of his despair.
Art historian and theorist Jiří Zemánek and his friends set out on a nine-day pilgrimage from Prague to Sněžka, one they’ve done many times before.
A documentary about the life and work of José Cardoso Pires.
A documentary about the painter, his paintings, his memories, his speech, in which cinema is a constant.
Locked in a building under construction, Pedro remembers his youth.
Eugeniusz Rudnik revolutionized the idea of music itself with a pair of scissors and a magnetic tape. He revealed hidden value in rough and rejected sounds long before the rise of the DJs.
An original portrait of Pavel Koutecký, one of the most outstanding Czech documentary filmmakers. Koutecký mainly focused on documentary filmmaking, but he also experimented with animation. His films received many awards at film festivals all around the world.
The film was inspired by the letters exchanged between two leading Portuguese poets, Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen and Jorge de Sena, during the exile of the latter (1957-78)...
The life and death of a cult rock poet who worked as a coal excavator and became “the Bob Dylan of the mine” before becoming the “voice of the East Germans” – told against the backdrop of a region in rapid structural change and facing global issues.
This biographical film examines the multitalented personality of Karel Čapek.
A minimalist observational portrait of 94-year-old Concepcion presents the life of a person suffering with mental illness for fifty years.
In 60 Elephants, Michael Klein and Sasha Pirker portray the thoughts and work of Yona Friedman, a ninety-five-year-old French architect and humanist who was awarded the Friedrich Kiesler prize in 2018.
The life of Pedro Manrique Figueroa, a pioneer of collage in Colombia...
Freely expressing his loves and hates, controversial Colombian writer Fernando Vallejo (living in Mexico) breaks with an ingrained literary tradition: that of the omniscient writer who sees and knows everything.
Before his imminent death from AIDS, Colombian artist Lorenzo Jaramillo looks back on his life through the five senses. Like Wim Wenders in Lightning Over Water, Luis Ospina films his friend while talking with passion about painting, cinema and many other topics.
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