Only 5,500 works of art have survived from over 100,000 works created after World War II by patients at the art therapy studio of a psychiatric hospital south of London. Now that the works have been rediscovered, they are earning what the creators themselves never achieved: instead of being seen through the lens of therapy, they are being assessed for their artistic value.
B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West Berlin, 1979-1989
This is the story of the wild, bizarre, sexy days of a divided 1980s Berlin, when the city was a hotbed of creativity, home to musicians, artists, anarchists, and dreamers from around the world. This is a frenetic mosaic that combines unique archival footage with dramatizations.
One week after the Six-Day War, recordings of soldiers returning from battle were made, with excerpts later turned into a bestselling book, “The Seventh Day: Soldier's Talk about the Six-Day War”. The previously censored parts of these recordings, featured in this film, offer a candid, often heartbreaking picture of the war that changed Israel forever.