100 hours of one family’s self-shot home movies on YouTube are rewoven into a frenetic, fictional, troubling, yet wholly plausible new narrative; a thriller built by reframing chunks of an existing reality.
El Mar La Mar
An unorthodox look at the path taken by immigrants from Mexico to the US, a deadly road across the Sonora desert. It’s an almost hopeless, haunted trail, that takes a toll even on those who make it.
Stranger in Paradise
This time it’s the immigrants’ turn to listen while the real Europe talks. A bold, challenging mix of reality and drama that poses the most provocative questions: Is Europe creating a class of slaves? Does Europe owe a moral debt to Africa? Do immigrants have a shot at integrating?
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”.
Animated documentary of encounters in virtual worlds that simulate the Auschwitz Concentration Camp. The film follows the creators of these virtual camps, each within their simulated worlds, revealing the obsession of representing of the Holocaust.
Rats and people have had a complex relationship over the years, one that runs the gamut between bitter hate and deep love. This extraordinary film traces the history of rats in the US with surprising conclusions.
Houston, We Have a Problem!
A groundbreaking look at Yugoslavia’s role in the space race. Archival materials form the basis for a virtuosic drama, which may or may not have actually happened.