A film by Carlos Alfonso Corral With two homeless lovers’ journey as the through-line, ‘Dirty Feathers’ weaves in and out of an overwhelmed shelter and a forsaken landscape with fervent echoes of the unheard and neglected: a grieving father who lost his child is paralyzed by unshakable guilt; a veteran
Fango Rosso (red mud), is the toxic waste of the mining extraction. It covers up the hills of Sulcis, land where the astonishing beauty of the landscape collides with a history betrayed promises, progress as a mirage, politic as deceit. Damiano and Mattia spend their afternoons in the shade of
By Emmanuel Grimaud and Arnaud Deshays Documentary | France | English, Bengali | 2019 In Calcutta, Trupti Jayin is a renown hypnotherapist specialized in guiding her patients in their past incarnations. Through these immersions in the remotest folds of the past, she heals distant traumas manifesting in the present lives
by Giovanni Cioni Documentary | Italy | Italian, | 94’ | 2019 We are in a film inside the film that develops from the rehearsal of the dialogues between Totò and Ninetto Davoli in Che cosa sono le nuvole by Pier Paolo Pasolini and fragments from La Vida es Sueño
by Davide Maldi Documentary | Italy | Italian | 85’ | 2019 At dusk, a fourteen-year-old boy carries food into his family’s cowshed for the last time. His life in the mountains is about to come to an end: he is enrolling in catering school to learn the trade as
A film by Artemio Benki Martín P. is a young Argentinian piano virtuoso and composer, who has been since his breakdown four years ago a patient of El Borda, the largest and the most notable but also controversial psychiatric hospital in Latin America. The child prodigy and the most promising
The way to the mountains is the search of a grandfather’s house portrayed in a photograph dating back to 1919. A choral mystery set today around the center of a remote village in Western Ukraine where an inaccessible area is kept under surveillance by soldiers and armed guards. Apparently, without reasons.
An unsettling visual journey through gender norms in contemporary society.
Immersed in a kaleidoscopic mosaic of visually powerful scenes, viewers experience the ritualized performance of femininity and masculinity hidden in ordinary interactions, from birth to adulthood.
Based completely on a selection of users’ videos on the Periscope app, Roman National entrust to the editing the possible re-construction of the fragmented French identity: what does represent to the eyes of Millenials the Tour Eiffel under the fireworks of the the 14th of July day?
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Sixty common citizens chosen by lot spend the day in a room at Milan Assizes Court waiting to find out who will be chosen to be a juror and decide on the lives and freedom of other human beings.
Occupation as occupants see it.
5 countries of Warsaw Pact occupied Czechoslovakia in 1968.
50 years later 5 directors from these countries are going to shoot a short film about invasion from the point of view of the people who took part in it.
The media and the politics have integrated with the privacy of Dragoslava’s family, and this she contemplates with humour and firmness. Each and every one of her actions during the day is an act of responsibility through which she begins changing the world.
1991. I’m 20. The USSR collapses and i fly away in the first russian RaveParties. My friend Vanya, organizer of those events and leading figure of this movement, disappeared in 1998. Searching for him, i go back to this breathtakingly time using testimonies, archives and memories. Where is Vanya ? Where has this feeling of freedom gone ?
In a remote haitian village a dance exists, with slaves and masters, it’s the whipping zombie ritual. On a inducing trance music played by rara bands men whip and fight till they die and reborn in the infinite cycle.
For the first time, a film about what’s inside, behind, before, beneath and in the pockets of Italian animation legend Bruno Bozzetto
Among SUVs, Lamborghinis, private jets and Mad Max-like dune bashing contests, takes place the preparation of a baroque falconry competition. An anthropology of a contemporary desert.
The perfect alternative to surveillance, the brilliant mind behind it and a blatant betrayal – this is the story of how our freedom was sold for money.
Ornella and Teresa, two sisters who, after a lifetime spent looking after each other, in the film live their moment of separation, which is also when the secret of a whole existence is unveiled. The confrontation of two opposed characters, bound by a mutual love filled with too many responsibilities
Maria Fux is a 90 years old Argentinian dancer. In her studio in the heart of Buenos Aires she is still dancing, teaching and conserving the elegance and the energy of a young performer. She accepts all kinds of people in her classes forming integrated groups of dancers. She gives everybody the possibility to develop their own way of expressing themselves and gets out the talent from dancers of all ages and conditions.
The Train to Moscow chronicles the end of an era and the end of a dream through the eyes of Sauro Ravaglia, an amateur film-maker, barber and communist. Sauro and his friends dream of a world of peace, brotherhood, and equality: they dream of the Soviet Union. A once in a lifetime opportunity comes their way when they have the chance of attending the World Festival of Socialist Youth in Moscow. Sauro and his friends arm themselves with an 8mm camera to film their great journey. What happens when they come face to face with their utopian dream?
Extravagantly expensive massaging mats, rejuvenating ampoules and sets of steam pots are only a few of the vast spectrum of objects sold by young salesmen at suspicious commercial presentations for old-age pensioners. Protagonists of the film are five friends fascinated by such presentations. They spend their savings on such products not out of necessity, but in the attempt to fill the emptiness in their lives. The absurdity of these purchases shows their fight against getting old and against their loneliness.
A film by Valentina Zucco Pedicini Sardinia, nowadays. Dal Profondo is entirely shot 500 meters below the sea level in the Nuraxi Figus coal mine. Patrizia, the only Italian female coal miner, will guide us into most impenetrable places of the last coal mine in Italy and into the
A film by Marco Bonfanti Renato Zucchelli is the last travelling shepherd left in a metropolis, and he has a dream: to lead his flock of sheep to the inaccessible city center to meet the children who have never seen him, showing them that dreams and freedom will