The Red House
This beautifully animated documentary voices the tails of one unique building in Tel Aviv. The film journeys through the many stories these walls have witnessed, with love and longing for a building that is coming back to life.
Song in the night
Hernán and Marta’s romance was still young when they had to part for a long, snowy winter. His longing drives him to create a beautiful, pensive video diary, documenting his life for her.
One Last Bedtime Story: Chapter 1 - Language
A journey into Israeli children's literature, featuring its leading figures. Episode 1 returns to the writers and poets who revived Hebrew as a spoken language, and helped create Israeli childhood as we know it.
His self-control, charisma, and deep passion, have made Sergei Polunin the superstar of the European classical dance scene. At the height of his success, he faces a deep personal crisis.
Top-designer Dries Van Noten has been shunning cameras his whole life. While preparing his most flamboyant fashion show yet, he reveals his hypnotic works for the first time, as well as his personal life.
On stage, the 'queen of flamenco' had a fierce power. Her personal life was darker, but La Chana never gave up. Thirty years after retiring, she plans her return.
Franca: Chaos and Creation
Franca Sozzani is the editor who reimagined Vogue Italia as a place for bold, controversial imagery. In this documentary by her son, she reveals surprising stories from her tumultuous personal and professional life.
A young artist documents her journey to become a professional ballerina. She embarks on this quest with determination, even though it is a lost cause.
Susanne Bartsch: On Top
Susanne Bartsch, the queen of New York’s wild party scene, is a fairytale figure. Besides serving as muse for the greatest designers, she also has an inspiring social agenda, and an (almost) normal personal life.
The Great Theater
While Warsaw’s Grand Theater puts on its production of Madame Butterfly, another spectacle goes on behind, above, and below the scenes… And it’s just as breathtaking.
Pavlensky - Man and Might
He has sewn his lips together, nailed his scrotum to the Red Square, and lit the doors of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) on fire. Pyotr Pavlensky, an extreme protest artist, frightens and confuses the Russian authorities he rails against.
The entry exams to La Femis, the prestigious French film school, actually expose the testers’ worries and dreams. Claire Simon’s latest film is about cineastes who are trying not to miss the next big talents.
Ron Arad - Not Without White Gloves
While his 95 year old father lives in Israel and his daughters are about to leave home, Ron Arad goes on a journey into the past with crushed Fiat 500 cars.
In the heart of Tokyo, in a house made up of white minimalist cubes spread around paths and greenery, lives Moriyama-San. He has never left Tokyo, but his love of noise music and experimental art has given him a unbounded inner world. A unique new creation from the people behind “Barbicania” and “The Infinite Happiness”.
Chris Burden shocked the art world in the 1970s with a series of provocative installations that forced a generation of artists to rethink its path. A rare look at the making of a myth.
Two childhood friends hole up in a hotel room and spend four intimate weeks talking about everything, even the future they dreamt about growing up in East Berlin, and what’s left of it.
The Longings of Maya Gordon
Shot in Israel, Poland and the Netherlands over a decade, this tragic- comic portrait of the artist as a wandering and aging Jewess follows Maya Gordon as she's seeking a home and expressing her yearnings in her unique work.
House of Atonement
In a single spot in Vienna stood a theater where 386 people burned to death, Freud’s first clinic, and a secret Cold War bunker. This associative, artistic investigation unlocks the story of a notorious haunted building.
Citizen Jane: Battle for the City
Journalist and activist Jane Jacobs, author of "The Death and Life of Great American Cities", turned the accepted approach to city planning on its head. To do so, she fought against blindsided, greedy, patronizing planners.
After ten successful years with the Batsheva Dance Company, in the midst of a passionate affair with a young dancer, Bobbi Jene Smith returns to the US to find her own way as an artist.