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August 13, 2018

THE ENDLESS DAYS – Philippe Grenier (Canada, 2016) 15′

69th CANNES FILM FESTIVAL (Official Selection for the Film Market, Cannes, France)   A young boy in need of a role model must develop a risky […]
August 12, 2018

EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH – Caroline Schwarz (Germany, 2017) 11’30”

Facebook Two actors in four roles play and reflect upon the underlying focus of the film, namely: routine. In the process of modernity, people are involved […]
August 12, 2018

NICOLE’S CAGE – Josef Brandl (Germany, 2017) 15

Over 100 selections and awards at films festivals, all over the World.   The big wheel in the most exciting area of the city is the […]
August 12, 2018

REMUE-MENINGES – BRAINSTORM – Christophe Clin (Belgium, 2017) 5’55”

Website   What happens in our heads when we are about to meet someone on the street? Anguish, prejudice, expectation, surprise, disappointment … These few very […]
August 12, 2018

SIGNATURE – Kei Chikaura (Japan, 2017) 12’43”

Locarno Festival – Section “Leopards of Tomorrow”   Website   Facebook   An innocent young man from China is anxiously memorizing “his hope” in the middle […]
August 12, 2018

STATE OF EMERGENCY – Tarek Roehlinger (Germany, 2016) 12’20”

A movie about a society in fear. It is the story of two soldiers in the everyday life of Paris guarding an official building. An abandoned […]
August 12, 2018

SCRIS/NESCRIS – Adrian Silişteanu (Romania, 2016) 20′

Outside a maternity ward, a Roma family is announced their underage daughter has just had a baby girl. Pardică (50) doesn’t seem to celebrate the moment; […]
August 12, 2018

SOG – Jonatan Schwenk (Germany, 2017) 10′

After a flood, some fish got stuck in old trees. In danger of drying-out they scream sharply. Woken up by the noise, the inhabitants of a […]
August 12, 2018

VACUUM – Gabriel Lim (United Kingdom, 2017) 3’16”

Using his innate skills in perfumery as a form of escapism, Antoine navigates through scrutiny in an oppressive world controlled by a government that aims to […]