Dangerous industrial facilities endanger tourist area in the Adriatic Sea, but the local residents live as if the problems do not exist. A man in white spacesuit appears and reminds them of reality.
God Overestimated Me
After a life full of losses, Emilia stood over the grave of her husband and her only child and whispered: "God overestimated me". But did He really?
The Good Change
Two women from two sides of the ideological split. And one question: will their fatherland, Poland, remain democratic, or will it succumb to a populist dictatorship?
The Labudović Files
An archival road trip with Stevan Labudović, cameraman of Yugoslav president Tito and cinematic eye of the Algerian revolution, in search of what it takes to shoot images that challenge the world order.
Me, Mеn and War
My name is Beata, I am 26. I am an aspiring filmmaker from Russia. I wanted to find freedom. It was the start of a story about love, passion and relationships in the most extreme situations in Kiev, Crimea and Donetsk...
No Women no Revolution
Against the backdrop of the Syrian civil war Kurdish women are not only fighting for the liberation from ISIS, but also for the liberation from patriarchal and traditional structures within their own society.
Documentary road movie reflecting on a story of youth. On a broader level, it captures the evolution of the status of women in the entertainment industry, and deals with the theme of coming to terms with one's fate.
While politicians decide on immigration policy, the smuggler brings illegal immigrants across Europe’s eastern border.
The Sound Is Innocent
Musical docu-fiction about the early days of electronic music in 50s and 60s and post-war enthusiasm in East and West Europe from the point of view of Homo Digitalis.