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Amber belongs to a queer generation which no longer wants to allow society to dictate their identity. The teenagers proudly inhabit a spectrum of fluid identities and master their first loves and losses.
A documentary about the concrete sections of the Berlin Wall that have been acquired by institutions or individuals since 1989 and are now scattered across the USA. Cherished or abandoned, they have become silent witnesses to recent history.
Ësáasi Eweera, one of the last kings of the Bubi people of Equatorial Guinea and a threat to Spanish colonial rule, died in suspicious circumstances. A century later, the case is reopened: a formalist detective story and an indictment of colonialism.
A love letter to Vienna of the 1960s that is also a social portrait of post-war Austria. Viennese folk singer Kurt Girk and his friend Alois Schmutzer discuss their lives in Vienna’s underworld milieu – for which they served long prison terms.
While Sedanur spends the whole night in Ingolstadt sorting car parts, headhunter Eva is looking for specialists in logistics automation. Two very different representatives of a generation in which, sooner or later, everyone will be replaceable.
It Wasn’t the Right Mountain, Mohammad | Playback. Ensayo de una despedida | 2008 | Écume
The same old adventure recited in a new synthetic world, starring: God, Abraham, Isaac, a lost shepherd and the antelopes in the role of the Ram. Nobody is innocent.
“La Delpi”, the sole survivor of a group of transgender women and drag queens, remembers how lipstick, playback performances and improvised stage outfits galvanised the community and helped them in their struggle against AIDS and police violence.
Images of cherry blossom, luminous fields bursting with colour and miscellaneous domestic ephemera are photographed from the screen of an obsolete televisual device. A magical melody for the eyes, presented in 3D.
The car repair shop is their second home and their colleagues are like family. Everyone has their quirks and is accepted for the way they are. But then comes the bad news: they are soon to be squeezed out by a more lucrative new building project.
HaMa’azin | How to Disappear | Inflorescence | Veitstanz/Feixtanz | Cause of Death
He is young and works for Israeli military intelligence, listening in on conversations between Palestinians. The phone calls of a gay couple fascinate him more and more, and he is unsure whether and, if so, in what way he should follow his feelings.
How to Disappear is an anti-war film in the truest sense of the word. Searching for peace in the most unlikely of places – an online war game – it is a tribute to disobedience and desertion, in both the digital and physical-real worlds of warfare.
Eternally united, pink rose petals endure together the slings and arrows of a heavy thunderstorm. A bedtime story about resistance and redundancy. Let’s unite and blossom!
1988 in Erfurt, East Germany. A group of people take the liberty to shake it all off and dance themselves into ecstasy at sites of their own choosing. Everyone for themselves, captured on Super 8 film.
Through archival film footage, animation and spoken word poetry an experience of structural violence against women is exposed.
My Galactic Twin Galaction | Stump the Guesser | Filipiñana | Celle qui porte la pluie | T
Good and evil, utopia and dystopia, narrative and post-narrative collide in a mortal battle, played out for the viewer’s entertainment.
After a bad day at work, a fairground performer sets out to disprove the theory of heredity so that he can marry his sister. An absurdist firework of a silent film.
The self-contained cosmos of a golf course reflects social structures. New “tee-girl” Isabel still has to learn the rules. But she is already looking for loopholes to subvert the system.
Her father will die soon, but the doctors have been saying that for years. She is left alone with her suppressed pain and the banal tasks of everyday life. Only in the magical darkness of the forest is it possible to grieve.
“When you do things with your hands, it heals you in places lower than where you cry from,” she says. A film that is a manifestation of grief, anger and the spiritual power of creativity.
A Demonstration | Atkūrimas | Aletsch Negative | À l’entrée de la nuit | Union County
The word “monster” comes from the Latin “monstrare”, meaning to show, to reveal, to demonstrate. A Demonstration picks up on these themes in a poetic exploration of the limits of sight and the metamorphosis of form.
A crime scene inspection in the forest. The cool re-staging of an act of raw brutality is almost unbearable. But the solidarity that ensues has its own dynamic.
The Aletsch is the largest and longest glacier in the Alps – and it is melting. Images of this microcosm reflect the problems of the macrocosm Earth. Animations toy with the viewer’s perception and simulate the decline of perennial ice.
He wanted to cross the sea but never arrived. A requiem in three shots.
Cody manages to get his feet back on the ground by taking small steps, all humble and persistent. But his opiate past doesn’t want to forget him.
Gumnaam Din | Girl and Body | So We Live | Huntsville Station | Genius Loci
They set off, looking for work in far-off places, but disappeared along the way. Inspired by Shiv Kumar Batalvi’s “birha” poetry, the film traces the longing on both sides: on the part of those who are missing, and those that wait for them to return.
In the wake of a frightening collapse, a young dancer is hospitalized and struggles to regain control of her body against a strange force inside. A meditation on the relationship between mind, body and identity.
A family in a living room, shot in one take. The blackout curtains are drawn and everyone tries to keep calm while outside, bombs are falling. But their nerves are on edge. Everyday life in a permanent state of emergency.
Every weekday, dozens of inmates are released from the largest prison release centre in Texas. In this pivotal moment, between incarceration and freedom, a myriad of complicated emotions arise before the bus arrives to take them home. A tender observation.
Young Reine is on the search, but she does not know what she is looking for. In delicate drawings and fluid animation, her perception becomes tangible.
Bianca is a transsexual prostitute whose life and work play out in her Milan flat. The camera follows her into her tiny realm: phone calls with clients, philosophy, sex and cigarettes, sing-songs with friends, conversations with her faraway girlfriend.
An expressionist danse macabre, this early film about the Holocaust is an artistically effectual portrayal of its horrors. Mixing narrative scenes and documentary passages, it traces the path of Czech Jews from Prague to the German extermination camps.
Documentary meets genre cinema in this Western from today’s Lesotho, where modern pioneers of capitalism clash with local traditions, and aspiring Chinese merchants compete for supremacy with traditional Basotho cattle breeders.
A budding cinematographer, Myroslava lives in the middle of the Ukraine warzone with her mother and three siblings. In defiance of her difficult daily life, she sets out to make a film with her family, one that can offer them new perspectives.