Iron-willed in the face of cultural and familial pressures, a courageous young Afghan woman forces her father to stand trial for years of sexual abuse—and exposes a sexist justice system and the plight of women at its mercy.
On December 31, 1999 Vladimir Putin ascended to the president’s chair in Russia. In his latest picture renowned documentarist Vitaly Mansky draws on witness accounts of the events that happened in the years following that fateful day. He then rounds it out with his own fascinating perspective and with the longtime unique experience of a man whom only a movie camera separated from upper echelon politics.
Cream, a bright personality with a dark streak somehow manages to make a connection with the secretive K. As high school classmates, they share their loneliness, get close quickly, and fill the emptiness in each other. Cream moves into K's place and they depend on each other like a family or lovers. Years go by, and K works for a record company and Cream becomes a lyricist, but they still live together, neither a couple nor friends. Diagnosed with leukemia, K is hesitant to reveal his illness because he does not want to hurt Cream by leaving her alone. Not knowing any of this, Cream starts dating another man, eventually accepting his marriage proposal.
Poet, musician, intellectual, and committed communist Nina Cassian wrestled for decades with the central contradiction of her life: how to reconcile her artistic ideals with the strict censorship imposed by Romania’s Communist Party — a tension that put her at odds with the totalitarian Ceaușescu regime and eventually led to her exile. Interweaving archival footage with firsthand interviews, this thought-provoking documentary illuminates the complex relationships between art, politics, and personal truths.
A surrealist dip in the emotional response that happens when we encounter an entity that is almost, but not quite, human.
Two drifters down on their luck stumble upon a golden opportunity to make it big in the city of dreams; Manchester.
A chance encounter between Nadia, a young Muslim woman, and Bradley, a white working class boy. Nadia and Bradley face prejudices from both sides but does love ultimately triumph?
An experimental exploration of violence against the queer community.
Dad comes home and reads his daughter a bedtime story. Do you believe what you see or what you hear?
Gemma And Helen; two girls, one passion for travelling….
Andrés and his son Pedro live in a working district of Caracas and hardly ever see each other. While Andrés fills his time doing different jobs, Pedro wanders the streets playing with friends and learning from the violent atmosphere around him.
Between 1975 and 1981, Peter Sutcliffe, known as the Yorkshire Ripper, mutilated and murdered 13 women and attacked at least eight others.
The amazing story of sports commentator Stepan Vershinin, which loses its prestigious place on television. In search of a new job, he becomes part of unusual competitions.
This is a trilogy about Norway’s shame.
In the sky, just for a few seconds, sounds and shapes from the creators of one of the strongest pieces of art: fireworks. Afterwards, everything will vanish but it will stay in our mind.
An experimental short film explores the concept of identity, its limitations and how it is formed Through social and cultural contexts. It also addresses the idea of death As an inevitable event and destiny.
The story of 11-year-old Silvia whose life at home is consumed by her mother’s clinical depression. When no one will take the time to fulfill her dream to visit Rome, she runs away, determined to see it for herself. On a train she meets a Roma girl, Emina, and begins following her through the streets of Rome to her gypsy camp.