Dina is a woman you just want to hug. Despite a melange of mental disorders, she’s determined to be happy. This deeply intimate Sundance winner follows her in the days leading up to her wedding, revealing an infectiously loving, lustful woman.
The Italian Prisoner
Antonio Cairo was a local legend. It was hard to miss the tough, simple type that was very different from his neighbors in the 'moshav'. They knew that he was an Italian prisoner who was in the Irgun, and that it was best to stay out of his way. Most of all, they knew he was a very successful farmer.
For the first time, second-generation children of Holocaust survivors dare speak up about the abuse they suffered as children. Their survivor parents had inadvertently turned from abused victims of the Nazis, into the abusers of their own children.
Like a Lotus Flower
Inside the memory of a ten-year-old girl, there were six adults, they were a family. She remembers their voices when they were younger. Today she remembers them differently.
The Family I Had
When 13-year-old Paris murdered his 4-year-old sister Ella, their whole family fell apart. But a brave examination proves that the seeds of destruction were sown long before.
Life in a tough Philadelphia neighborhood throws plenty of joy and pain at the Raineys. An intimate account of ten years in their lives as parents, musicians, social activists, and dreamers.
Nikodem’s Communion is approaching, while his 14-year-old sister Ola tries to reunite their family. The film follows the emotional upheavals of this Polish family, where the kids have come to replace the adults.
Rodnye (Close Relations)
Vitaly Mansky’s family feels the effects of the war with Russia even away from the battlefield. Scattered around both sides of the border, all are forced to wonder about their national identities.
Karl Marx City
A family tragedy forces the director to return to her hometown in the former East Germany. Her investigation of a very personal mystery leads her to create a surprisingly deep portrait of an era.
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.
One Angry Vegan
The film follows the personal life of Tal, head of a movement that turned Israel into one of the world’s most vegan countries, alongside behind-the-scenes documentation of crucial points in the evolution of the vegan movement.
Manila is home to the busiest maternity ward in the world. Among the bustle, the women allow the director a rare, intimate look at the warmth, compassion, and security they give each other.
Fence Your Best
The story of the Hatuel family, the prominent fencing dynasty from Acre, dominated by Haim Hatuel the father and legendary coach. Haim starts to lose control of his children just before the Olympics in Rio, which propels them into a family duel in which they pierce each other both on and off the strip.
The Sign for Love
El-Ad was born deaf to a hearing family. After his mother’s tragic death and the breakdown of his family, he makes the most important decision of his life: to become a father.
The director sets out to tell the story of the father who abandoned her, but finds herself rediscovering a hidden story from his past. A story about the undoing of Soviet men, post-USSR.