A Hole in the Wall (90', in production)
An unassuming one kilometer street is the subject of this film, a place where the dreams and scars of Polish society intersect.
A Donkey Called Geronimo (80')
A group of sailors settle on a tiny island in the Baltic Sea, lured by its beauty and promise of paradise. When their utopia collapses, they return to the mainland, where a harsh reality awaits them.
The Third and Fourth Generation (52')
Upon discovering that her grandfather was a Nazi camp chief,
a nun searches for redemption.
Vilnius Child (60')
An aspiring filmmaker from Poland visits his eccentric uncle in Vilnius to rediscover the country of his ancestors.
Wroclaw: Dawn to Dusk (40')
A collaborative portrait of the city of Wroclaw by several filmmakers.
What do the Swans say? (52')
As the chaos of the G20 summit consumes Hamburg, director Amon Barth creates a poetic collage of lives influenced by the event.
A story about a family of nomads living on the fringes of the Sahara. Though they exist in harmony with their surroundings, the lack of water and strong winds puts their traditions to the test.
Where I can't be found (15')
A day in the life of an ascetic wandering leisurely through a valley
in South India. Along the way, he meets other residents of the region.
This popular philosopher accepts events as the gifts of fate.
Loop of Misery (17')
David wrote a book in high school but that was a long time ago.
Since then, a curse seems to be following him.
Man with a Pipe (11')
An art student digs deep to find inspiration in his gloomy town.
A car accident in the German countryside leads to strange discoveries for this young couple.
Ein Bisschen Angst (4')
An office worker in Hamburg reminisces about an imbiss he frequented
in his youth.
The Jesus Comeback (23')
Commissioned by the Reformed Church of Zurich, this short film explores modern-day perspectives on Jesus. Is he relevant to contemporary