The film is a continuous time-lapse with multiple exposures of the sunset from the same angle and position on a 16mm film.
Living things, artificial things, geometry shapes, and lines. When these different things encounter, a new direction is born.
Hands touch; they explore and experience each other, like wishing to break the boundaries of their own skin.
A trip into grandmother Vera’s youth and the memories of her intimate life illustrate Slovenian women of the first half of the 20th century.
Every day, Martin fills the set he works on with excitement. However, in his personal life he feels a great emptiness.
The life of a secret police agent during the military dictatorship in Chile.
Clem and Ibra spend their time in the middle of a deserted village. In the distance, the lights of the city and the celebration attract them.
One city bus, three passengers and a back seat scenario they fail to address.
While trying to avenge her brother—victim of bullying in the neighbourhood, she realizes that perhaps the related events are only a test made by ghosts of the past.
The Gardells will be forced to turn their farm into a B&B.
Dad is gone. Dad is a ghost. Dad is something that spins within his own skin.
The forgotten images of the censored film Rocío come to life on the screen after 40 years.
25 years after running away from her home town in Morocco, a woman needs to explain why she fled away without an explanation.
As Tania leaves her hometown, she must confront what her absence will mean in the search for her disappeared father.
A father and his child roam the Botanical Garden. After losing sight of each other, they each have their own encounters.
As snow falls over a city, people share secret tricks with each other.
People try to counteract the increasing loneliness to create intimacy in a detached society.
A friendship between Kookoo Rikoo—the only Arab Christian Israeli clown—and a war survivor—a Syrian girl.
The youngest descendant of a witch family makes a movie-spell starring herself and her family.
Two young women meet and happen to have the same quest: both are looking for their Jewish identity.
Are there still unknown areas in a hyperconnected and mapped world?
Lea is exhausted, she can't sleep and feels trapped. Everyone else seems fine, but she struggles to be happy. Is she a bad mother?
In a café in Marseille, a man's life begins to unravel when his lunch is disturbed by a chatty stranger.
A man must reckon with his parental failures when his son needs help.
A strange ritual of 'order' in a bourgeois home which is ‘beautifully maintained and well located.’
Seeds quickly germinate, grow and bear fruit, but the real battle is being waged underground. Only the strongest will manage to sprout.
A filmmaker’s wordless communion with the sheep who graze the plot where his parents are buried becomes a plaintively comic scene when he receives an unexpected call. [MoMI NYC]
Sasha crosses the city of Marseille under men's insistent glances to arrive to the pier, where she waits for someone who doesn’t come.
A fascinating purification ritual in which moments of joy, trance and religious devotion reveal a certain pride in national identity.
I move videos from one place to another, searching for their correlation, as if they were the footage for a film. What is it that connects them?
I couldn’t tell anyone about it. I was all alone.
A cyclist sees the state of emergency as an opportunity to avoid unexpected doping controls.