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One summer night in Paris, Félix meets Alma by chance and they get along beautifully. He decides to surprise her at the place where her family is holidaying in the south and enlists his best friend in an adventure that won’t leave them quite the same.
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.
Jane recently landed her dream job as assistant to a powerful media mogul. She is soon confronted with abusive practices and realises the dark underbelly of the system she has just entered. A film in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
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.
A final binge in a bar on the edge of Las Vegas that is about to close down. This strictly observational film allows us to share the familiarity that exists between the regulars, making us feel that we too are sitting amongst them.
Musician Amadi has not heard from his older brother Ikenna in a long time. He travels from Nigeria to the Brazilian metropolis of São Paulo but cannot find him. Shot in 4:3, Shine Your Eyes is an enigmatic exploration operating on several levels.
One night, Cecilia is too afraid to open the door to her housekeeper’s son. The next day, his dead body is found. Francisco Márquez has created a ghostly, shimmering narrative that depicts the injustices of Argentine society.
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 rain-drenched woodland Western set against a majestic backdrop. Director Georgis Grigorakis finds robust yet tender images to tell this tale of rapprochement between father and son. A story of resistance more powerful than the strongest excavator.
Monkey repellers such as Anjani have an exceedingly tricky job in downtown New Delhi. With the sensitivity of a documentary and an Indian sense of humour, the film depicts the harsh life of a migrant and subtly mirrors today’s social realities.
The signs that the pharmacologist Xhafer, who is originally from Kosovo, is being bullied at work are increasing – or is it just his imagination? Exile portrays an individual caught between integration and loss of identity.
German-Iranian Parvis’ life revolves around pop culture, sex dates and raves. Through the refugee siblings Banafshe Arezu and Amon, Parvis rediscovers his roots. A sensitive film about first love and life as a migrant in Germany.
When Anja is diagnosed with a brain tumour, everyday life in her patchwork family implodes and her cooling relationship with her partner Tomas is faced with a new kind of reality.
An insightful documentary about migrant workers in Southeast Asia. After an accident in Singapore, Bangladeshi Feroz gets help from a human rights organisation. This hypermodern city-state is chewing up and spitting out poor migrants to power its boom.
Lisa Weber’s portrait of Claudia, who had a son when she was 15 and who now lives with him, her mother and her brother in Vienna, is an affectionate and gentle film about the passing of time, and about what goes on when nothing seems to be happening.