by Federico Ferrone, Michele Manzolini Fiction | Italy | Italian | 70’ | 2019 In 1941, an Italian soldier is leaving for the Soviet front. The Fascist army is allied with the Nazi war machine. Victory seems close. The convoy moves forward, men are singing and hopeful. The soldier’s mind
by Matjaž Ivanišin Fiction | Slovenia, Czech Republic | Slovenian | 72’ | 2019 When a man known as Oroslan dies, the news quickly spreads through a little village, causing grief and emotion. Later on, actions become words and words become stories. In order to overcome the sorrow and restore
Waiting, counting each euro, lying, waiting: this is Alice’s life, 39, single and unemployed. The mandatory jobcentre’s trainings don’t help. Alice defiantly tries to stay in the game in her own way. Money is gone, the music goes on.
Idling afternoons, drugs, heartbreaks, psychedelic moods immersed in music. An adrenaline rush with Lisbon as the backdrop of a drifting youth.
A heartfelt farewell to the beauty and sensuality of life, youth, friendship, and love.
A film in an identity crisis looking for itself.
A rough and thrilling personal drama on the background of a corrupted society. A drama of taking the wrong choices.
A operator endeavors to help people keep on living and hoping.
Cockroaches, public bathrooms and apartment buildings set the routine for Guido. His job is to detoxify, however he is one of the many intoxicated in the universe he lives in.
A horse race is approaching: Sukhbat will take part to it for the first time, but before he has to learn to tame a wild horse and riding him, driven by his father experience.
A film by Matteo Oleotto Paolo, passes his days dragging himself between drinking sessions in the local bar with his friends, an unsatisfying job and an unsuccessful dream of winning back his ex-wife. One day, he comes across his nephew Zoran, a curious boy of fifteen, born and