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August 13, 2018

FOG PEOPLE – Antoine Janot (France, 2016) 8’12”

In a world pervaded by fog, humans can no longer see. Neither the landscapes around us, nor their bodies. The story tells the quest of a […]
August 13, 2018

THE SAD MONK – Diana Frankovic (Germany, 2016) 11’23”

In Western culture, when we find ourselves in crisis, it’s natural to question our existence and the meaning of life. We are suffering; we want to change. Eastern […]
August 13, 2018

THE THIRD KING – Christoph Oliver Strunck (Germany, 2017) 25′

1944. The coldest German winter of World War II. African-American private Jamar gets lost behind the enemy frontline. When he takes shelter in a cabin of […]
August 13, 2018

FACE – Luke Tierney (Australia, 2017) 13′

James needs to get to the pharmacy by midnight. It’s 11:35. Unfortunately, the only person who can drive him there is his weird neighbour, Steve.   […]
August 13, 2018

FAMILY FOR SALE – Sebastien Petretti (Belgium, 2017) 14’29”

A small hole in a condom back in 1980, and Xav is conceived… Ironic when you know that Oscar owns a sex shop. Oscar is the father. […]
August 13, 2018

HELEN’S BIRTHDAY – Tanno Mee (Estonia, 2017) 18’30”

Website   Middle-aged Helen, who still hasn’t gotten over her divorce, is dragged to the night club on her birthday. Unable to give life a new […]
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 […]