Films

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14 Apples
Midi Z, Taiwan, Mianmar, 2018, 84’
Recently, Shin-hong suffers from insomnia and encounters so many problems in his life.
4 Years in 10 Minutes
Mladen Kovačević, Serbia, 2018, 63’
On the cassettes that have been collecting dust for 17 years, a mysterious film material is revealed.
Planet ∞
Momoko Seto, France, 2017, 6’
In a world in ruins, only fungi and mold grow in the middle of gigantic dried insects bodies.
Blok 70
Zhi Wang, China, Serbia, 2018, 75'
„Block 70“ documentary is about the ambitions of this Chinese „small fish“ and paints the portrait of the average Chinese expat in Serbia.
Bobbi Jene
Elvira Lind, Denmark, Sweden, 2017, 94’
”Bobbi Jene” is a a film about an American woman’s fight for creative independence as she strives to succeed with her own art in the extremely competitive world of dance.
Brexitannia
Timothy George Kelly, UK, 2017, 80’
Brexitannia is a portrait of a democracy in all it’s impossible ugly glory.
Loving Lorna
Annika Karlsson, Jessica Karlsson, Sweden, 2017, 60’
This is a poetic coming of age film, a story of survival, relationships, horses and dreams.
Čarobnjak iz Mutnja
Branko Lazić, Serbia, 2017, 56’
Ivo the Tzar made his Hollywood in his village Mutanj.
The Red Soul
Jessica Gorter, Netherlands, 2017, 90’
Why is it that still so many Russians defend Stalin as a great leader and a hero?
Distant Constellation
Shevaun Mizrahi, Turkey, Netherlands, USA, 2017, 80’
This haunted reverie drops us inside an Istanbul retirement home, where the battle-scarred residents bask in the camera’s attention.
Letter to a Child
Vlado Škafar, Slovenia, 2008, 100`
Only what we feel in our heart is the truth.
A Girl and a Tree
Vlado Škafar, Slovenia, 2012, 83’
Film poem for two souls. Meditation maybe. Pathway to silence.
Golden Dawn Girls
Håvard Bustnes, Norway, Denmark, Finland, 2017, 95’
Whatever has happened to Greece? In recent years, its image as a country of sunny beaches and friendly people has been overshadowed by political ideologies that are terrifyingly close to Nazism.
Good News: Newspaper Salesman, Dead Dogs and Other People from Vienna
Ulrich Seidl, Austria, 1990, 126’
A film about modern slaves and modern overseers, about small animals, small apartments, small people and small stories.
The Chinese Will Come
Tanja Brzaković, Serbia, 2017, 72’
Story of Chinese migrants, who live an isolated life, torn between their ambitions for better life and their inability to integrate in Serbia.
Doživeti Nikolu Teslu
DIGITALMIND, Serbia, 2016
Nakon upoznavanja sa Teslom, posetioci će biti sigurni da ovo predstavlja novi pristup oživljavanju istorijskih ličnosti.
The Ancient Woods
Mindaugas Survila, Lithuania 2017, 85'
The film offers a close-up view of a wide range of creatures—such as the insect that appears out of the melting snow, gradually begins to move and impatiently waits until all its legs are free so ...
Stephane Kaas, Israel, Netherlands, 2017, 54’
People from all over the world have come to love Israeli writer Etgar Keret for his surreal short stories and his hilarious live performances.
Phoenixxx
Mihai Gavril Dragolea, Romania, 2017, 50’
The live chat industry is one of Romania's most prolific online revenue sources.
Festiwal
Anna Gawlita, Tomasz Wolski, Poland, 2017, 85'
An insight at what happens behind the curtains of International Music Festival Chopin.
Where Do You Stand Now, Joao Pedro Rodrigues? Joao Pedro Rodrigues, Portugal, 2017, 21’
In this lyrical self-portrait, Rodrigues mixes home movies with excerpts from his own films and impressionist images accompanied by an associative flow of ideas.
Louder than Guns
Miroslav Sikavica, Croatia, 2017, 86'
The national TV broadcaster considered music an important form of political 'fight', so they commissioned, financed, recorded and intensely broadcasted it.
Losses to Be Expected
Ulrich Seidl, Austria, 1992, 118’
Losses to Be Expected is seen by many as one of Ulrich Seidl's most tender films. It developed out of a research foray that Seidl undertook together with his friend, cameraman and director Michael...
Habaneros
Julien Temple, UK, 2017, 126’
A brief history of the Cuban capital of Havana, backed by a vibrant soundtrack of son cubano, salsa, jazz, rumba, mambo and hip hop.
Dusk Chorus – Based on “Fragments of Extinction”
Nika Šaravanja, Alessandro d'Emilia, Italy, 2017, 62’
A unique listening experience of fragments of the disappearing sonic heritage of millions of years of evolution.
Hram cvijeća
Irena Škorić, Croatia, 2018, 56'
Created on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Serbian Orthodox Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord in Zagreb at Cvjetni (Flower) Square, film is trying to present...
Jesus, You Know
Ulrich Seidl, Austria, 2003, 87’
In The Wall Street Journal, John Waters named Jesus, You Know the best foreign film of 2006. He was the only spectator in the theater, he conceded, but Jesus, You Know was nonetheless a "great movie."
One Ticket, Please
Matiss Kaža, Latvia, USA, 2017, 65'
A 78-year-old Indian woman in New York is the world’s most passionate theatergoer.
When the War Comes
Jan Gebert, Czech, Croatia, 2018, 76’
At first glance Peter lives the life of a typical European teenager – he lives with his parents, has a pretty girlfriend, he got into college. However, his real life is elsewhere – as the head of ...
Kada dođu svinje
Biljana Tutorov, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 75’
Do you still believe in fairytales? Dragoslava Aleksić doesn't. Media and politics have infiltrated her life in a way that instead of fairytales she tells real life stories to her grandchildren.
Capoeira: Inside the Game
Jorge Itapuã, Brazil, 2017, 73’
Two travelling capoeira players, Jorge Itapuã and Ella (Isabél Zuaa) master and disciple, go on a journey to meet capoeira movement of other countries.
The Penalty
Will Francome, Mark Pizzey, USA, UK, 2017, 90`
The Penalty unearths an America where grieving families, botched executions and wrongful convictions force us to question what we think we know about the death penalty.
China, 87. The Others
Jean-Pierre Outers, Violaine de Villers, Belgium, 2017, 60’
Freed from time and any historical or political perspective, we are confronted with the Otherness of Chinese culture.
Kinoscope
Clément Léotard, Philippe Collin, France, 2017, 9’
’Kinoscope’ is a VR experience immersing the spectator into a lively and colorful universe to discover the history of cinema.
Kinshasa Makambo
Dieudo Hamadi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, France, Switzerland, Germany, Norway, 2018, 75’
Kinshasa Makambo immerses us in the combat these three activists are engaged in, a combat that neither bullets, nor prison, nor exile seem able to stop.
Conny Plank: The Potential of Noise
Reto Caduff, Stephan Plank, Germany, 2017, 92’
The emotional portrait of the legendary Conny Plank thus also becomes a fascinating journey through the history of German and international pop music in the 1970s ad 1980s.
L. Cohen
James Benning, USA, 2018, 48’
A view of an Oregon farm (USA) during a solar eclipse, accompanied by Leonard Cohen’s music
The Lovetts
Igor Bezinović, Croatia, 2018, 16’
Mr. and Mrs. Lovett live out their (sex) lives in full public view in front of a permanently connected webcam, which frames their spartan living room like a human aquarium.
Laila at the Bridge
Gulistan, Elizabeth Mirzaei, Canada, Avganistan, 2017, 97`
Laila at the Bridge is the story of an Afghan woman working against all odds to care for the thousands of men and women addicted to heroin who live under an infamous bridge in the heart of Kabul.
Faces Places
Agnès Varda & JR, France, 2017, 89’
89-year old Agnès Varda, one of the leading figures of the French New Wave, and acclaimed 33 year-old French photographer and muralist JR teamed up to co-direct this enchanting documentary road mo...
People by the Lake
Jean Marie Straub, CH, Belgium, 2018, 17’
A story about a father, a son and a lake that shaped their lives.
Human Flow
Ai Weiwei, Germany, 2017, 140’
Over 65 million people around the world have been forced from their homes to escape famine, climate change and war in the greatest human displacement since World War II.
Crime Hunters
Nicolas Wadimoff & Juan Jose Lozano, Switzerland 2014, 52`
From their headquarters in Geneva, the lawyers of the Swiss NGO Trial (Track Impunity Always) unremittingly pursue any war criminal careless enough to pass through Swiss territory.
Momsy
Josip Lukić, Croatia, 2018, 52’
Over the course of several summer days in Split I talked to my mom about everything. I mean, really everything.
small planets
Dirk Manthey, Germany, 2018, 97`
A film about isolated places and their inhabitants. small planets is a discovery to remote places, of which you wouldn´t believe exist at all.
Mapa puna snova
Danilo Lola Ilić, Croatia, 2017, 72'
A documentary about the renowned graphic designer and artist Predrag Spasojević (1959-2010)
The Prom
Ulrich Seidl, Austria, 1982, 50’
"The Prom was the reason I was kicked out of the Film Academy. The teachers didn't like its structure or editing, and thought that the film would hurt the Academy's reputation."
Meteors
Gürcan Keltek, Turkey, Netherlands, 2017, 84’
“Meteors” is a film about memory and disappearance – of people, places and things.
Places I Haven’t Been To
Dane Komljen, Serbia, 2010, 22’
Made entirely from archive material recorded on trips made by his friends, the author creates a specific view of the spaces he has never physically visited.
A Modern Man
Eva Mulvad, Denmark, Germany, 2017, 85’
An existential journey into a world of expectations and choices. A story about us who seem to have it all but are always on the hunt for more.
Moldovan Miracle
Stian Indrevoll, Moldova, Norway, 2017, 82’
Miracles happens every day in an office in Chisinau.
On the Edge of Freedom
Anita Mathal Hopland & Jens Lengerke, Denmark, Russia, Ukraina, 2017, 75’
“This is a portrait of a new generation we rarely hear about. It is a film about the human behind an extreme phenomenon.”
The Ugliest Car
Grzegorz Szczepaniak, Poland, 2017, 47’
The youngest protagonist of the documentary is Wartburg, an automobile over 50 years of age
Our Beloved Month of August
Miguel Gomes, Portugal, 2008, 150’
A fictional-documentary hybrid depiction of life in a remote village in the Portuguese mountains during the month of August.
Our New President
Maxim Pozdorovkin, USA, Russia, 2018, 77’
Our New President is a satire about the Russian media and its take on American politics.
Let The Summer Never Come Again
Aleksandre Koberidze, Georgia, 2017, 202’
A young man comes to the city from a village to audition for a dance company.
Nighttime with Mojca
Vlado Škafar, Slovenia, 2009, 36'
First there was eight years of catching the voices on the radio. The voices that live only in the night are telling the stories of daily life.
Nokia Mobile – We Were Connecting People
Arto Koskinen, Finland, 2017, 91’
With Nokia’s innovations Finland was steered out of depression and into leadership of the cell phone world.
Of Fathers and Sons
Talal Derki, Germany, Siria, Lebanon, 2017, 98’
Talal Derki returns to his homeland where he gains the trust of a radical Islamist family, sharing their daily life for over two years.
Obscuro Barroco
Evangelia Kranioti, Greece, France, 2018, 60’
A documentary-fiction about the dizzying heights of gender and metamorphosis.
Occupied Cinema
Senka Domanović, Serbia, Croatia, 2018, 87’
Occupied cinema is a film about guerrilla action initiated by young activists taking over privatized cinema Zvezda in Belgrade, Serbia.
Tricked
John‐Keith Wasson, Jane Wells, USA, Sweden, 2013, 76’
Modern-day slavery is alive and well in the United States, as thousands of victims are trafficked throughout the country to satisfy America’s $9.8 billion human trafficking industry.
The Final Adventure of Kaktus Kid
Đorđe Marković, Serbia, 2018, 65’
Aleksandar Zograf, a renowned cartoonist discovers an unusual comic book from World War II.
The Last Time I Saw Macao
João Pedro Rodrigues, João Rui Guerra da Mata, Portugal, 2013, 82’
A personal album of physical and emotional geography, structured as an investigation disguised as a thriller, where the puzzle of the history challenges the reality.
The Prince of Nothingwood
Sonia Kronlund, France, Germany, 2017, 85’
About a hundred kilometers away from Kabul, Salim Shaheen, the most popular and prolific actor-director-producer in Afghanistan, comes to show some of his 110 films and to shoot the 111th in the p...
Desert Brides
Ada Ushpiz, Israel, 2008, 86'
This is the story of three, relatively educated and independent women, trying to survive, each in their own way in their world – a life of polygamy.
Paradise Gowns
Albina Griniute, Lithuania, Finland, 2016, 61’
The film introduces five islanders who, each in their own way, reveal different sides of the archipelago and of the human spirit.
Intent to Destroy: Death, Denial & Depiction
Joe Berlinger, USA, 2017, 115’
Intent To Destroy explores the violent history of the Armenian Genocide and legacy of Turkish denial over the past century...
In Praise of Nothing
Boris Mitić, Serbia, Croatia, France, 2017, 78’
"In Praise of Nothing" is a whistle-blowing documentary parody about Nothing, in which Nothing, tired of being misunderstood, runs away from home and comes to address us for the first and last time.
Soviet Hippies
Terje Toomistu, Estonia, Germany, Finland, 2017, 75’
In search of freedom and happiness under the thumb of the strict political regime a colorful crowd of artists, musicians, freaks, vagabonds and other long-haired drop-outs created their own System...
Happy Winter
Giovanni Totaro, Italy, 2017, 91’
Every summer on Palermo’s Mondello beach over one thousand cabins are built ready to host as many families who will spend the holidays there.
Brimstone & Glory
Viktor Jakovleski, USA, Mexico, 2017, 67’
The National Pyrotechnic Festival in Tultepec, Mexico is a site of festivity unlike any other in the world.
Piazza Vittorio
Abel Ferrara, Italy, 2017, 75’
Piazza Vittorio is the largest Roman square. It is distinguished, the square and adjacent neighborhoods of the Esquilino, for the multiethnic variety of its inhabitants.
In the Basement
Ulrich Seidl, Austria, Germany, 2014, 85’
The basement in Austria is a place of free time and the private sphere. Many Austrians spend more time in the basement of their home than in their living room, which often is only for show.
Born Just Now
Robert Adanto, USA, 2018, 84`
Intimate look at Marta Jovanović, a Belgrade-based artist struggling to cope with the violence that has ended an eight-year marriage.
The Waldheim Waltz
Ruth Beckermann, Austria, 2018, 93’
Film about truth and lies or “alternative facts”.“Waldheim no, Waldheim no” shouts a crowd in the center of Vienna in 1986.
Vārpa - The Promised Land
Bruno Aščuks, Latvia, 2017, 95'
Prophets had proclaimed Brazil as the Promised Land, where, after cleansing themselves of worldly sins, the chosen few would be taken up to heaven.
Babylon
Ala Eddine Slim, Ismaël & Youssef Chebbi, Tunisia, 2012, 112’
On a virgin territory in the wilderness, people arrive. Soon, a city is built out of nowhere.
Wonderful Losers: A Different World
Arūnas Matelis, Lithuania, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, Latvia, Northern Ireland – UK, Ireland, Spain, 2017, 72’
Arūnas Matelis followed these Sancho Panzas of professional cycling for 7 years during the prestigious „Giro d’Italia“.
Big Time
Kaspar Astrup Schröder, Denmark, 2017, 90’
Big Time follows Bjarke during th course of 5 years (2011-2016), while he struggles to finish his biggest project so far.
Lorna Tucker, UK, 2018, 80’
Dame Vivienne Westwood is Punk Rock’s Grande Dame.
I Saw the Future
François Vautier, France, 2017, 5’
A journey in a 3D space reflecting visionary writer Arthur C. Clarke’s futuristic predictions.
Guidance Through the Black Hole
Zlatko Pranjić, Aleksandar Nikolić, Serbia, 2017, 74’
Sule is a Bosnian poet and artist who has been living in London for 40 years. Unsatisfied with his life there, he projects all his troubles on his immigrant destiny...
Vivre Riche
Joël Richmond Mathieu Akafou, France, Burkina Faso, 2017, 60’
In Abidjan, in full social mutation, we discover an Ivorian youth lacking benchmarks after the political and economic crises of recent past years.
Animal Love
Ulrich Seidl, Austria, 1995, 114’
Even today Animal Love is seen as one of the most disturbing films in the Seidl universe.
Avec L’Amour
Ilija Cvetkovski, Macedonia, 2017, 66’
Dionis is a retiring biology teacher. With a passion, and a dream.
Boli Bana
Simon Gillard, Belgium, France, 2017, 60’
At night, the young boy Ama and his companions travel through the bush of Boli Bana.
Donkeyote
Chico Pereira, Spain, Germany, UK, 2017, 86’
Manolo leads a simple life in Southern Spain.
Hanaa
Giuseppe Carrieri, Italy, 2017, 86’
Four destinies will inevitably interweave, starting from the name that they all share: Hanaa.
Hotel Jugoslavija
Nicolas Wagnières, Switzerland, 2017, 78’
Erected in Novi Belgrade in 1969, the Hotel Jugoslavija was a mythical place.
Kedi
Ceyda Torun, Germany, USA, Turkey, 2016, 79’
Hundreds of thousands of cats roam the metropolis of Istanbul freely.
MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.
Steve Loveridge, Sri Lanka, UK, USA, 95 ‘
Personal tapes shot by Maya Arulpragasm and her closest friends over the last 22 years, capturing her remarkable journey from immigrant teenager in London, to the international popstar M.I.A.
Mirsada
Danilo Marunović, Montenegro, 2017, 50’
An exciting story emerges from the hidden spaces of a Podgorica’s suburb.
Napalm
Claude Lanzmann, France, 2017, 100’
Claude Lanzmann returned to Korea without the permission to film and each take represents an extraordinary victory over the permanent control of the regime’s political police.
Stories Our Cinema Did (Not) Tell
Fernanda Pessoa, Brazil, 2017, 80’
Istorijski osvrt na period vojne diktature u Brazilu prikazan isključivo kroz slike iz pornochanchada filmova, najpopularnijeg žanra tog perioda.
Rezo
Leo Gabriadze, Georgia, Russia, 2017, 63’
The movie is an autobiographical animated documentary questioning ideas of deep humanity, kindness and heartiness during uneasy times after the 2nd World War.
Rodeo
Kiur Aarma, Raimo Jõerand, Estonia, Finland, 2018, 74’
It is 1992 and the first free elections held in Estonia since World War II have to the surprise of all brought to power young and idealistic political forces.
Saraj’vo
Mustafa Mustafić, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2017, 70'
A real scale description of the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, its seductive spirit and the scope of the microcosm that it borders.
Dmitrii Kalashnikov, Belarus, Russia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, 2016, 67'
Anything can happen on Russian roads and dashboard cameras document everything.