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.
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.
The New Radical
Cody Wilson, inventor of the 3D-printable gun, and Amir Taaki, who helped develop Bitcoin, wage war against all institutions. The New Radical demands total freedom, even the freedom to do very bad things.
Do Donkeys Act?
A film where donkeys tell their stories, not with words but with rhythms, nods, and loud brays. Willem Defoe narrates the story of a donkey sanctuary, whose residents reveal their secret lives before the camera.
An elderly Sicilian priest performs exorcisms and negotiates with the Devil. Hundreds enlist his help in fighting their demons. Father Cataldo is just one of a growing number of ordained Catholic exorcists operating today.
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.
Brimstone & Glory
As the fiery bulls storm the alleyways of Tultepec, time stands still. The annual fireworks festival is a display of creativity and courage. The film captures its sense of elation with images of rare beauty.
Free Lunch Society
What if we were all given a basic income, freeing us up to pursue our dreams? Would we all become lazy bums, or experience a renaissance? And what about the places where this bold idea has already been put into practice?
The Infinite Flight of Days
A particularly sensuous film about 8 Colombian elderly women who live in a colorful little Andean village. Their lives haven’t been easy, but when they converse, eat, laugh, and cry, you feel like falling in love.
Thousands of Israeli teenagers join a school trip to Poalnd to learn about the Holocaust. Observing the trip through videos they upload to YouTube reveals a troubling image of the way collective memory is formed in the Internet Age.
The Grown Ups
They’re over 40, but still go to school every morning. This film’s charismatic protagonists have Down syndrome, and despite their exciting emotional lives, their environment won’t allow them to grow up.
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.
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.
Before My Feet Touch The Ground
“Before My Feet Touch the Ground” is a film about a woman who was transformed overnight from an up-and-coming filmmaker to a leader and symbol of a national social protest.
We'll Be Alright
Yulia and Katia, abandoned girls who ended up in a closed mental hospital in Siberia, refuse to stop dreaming. They declare war on the establishment in order to win the right to an independent life.
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.
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.
The lives of impoverished migrant community in southern Tel Aviv are viewed from the perspective of MESILA's welfare and social workers. Culturally alienated from their surroundings, the lives of their preschool-aged children are at risk.
Battle of Mosul
Philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy was there, among the gunfire and explosions, with the Kurdish militias in the campaign to free Mosul from ISIL. Among the rubble, he finds human connections and surprising historical context.
Every day they dive into the murky, silent, dangerous depths of the Pacific Ocean, in search of abalone, sea urchins, and octopi. Back on land, they return to being mothers and grandmothers. A lyrical film about an extraordinary group of women in a small Japanese fishing village.
My Wonderful West Berlin
Berlin’s gay community is largely responsible for the city’s anarchic spirit. It’s the birthplace of a movement that turned it into a place where all lifestyles are legitimate.
An Insignificant Man
India is the world’s largest democracy, but it’s also plagued with political corruption. Arvind Kejriwal promised to fix it. His surprising rise, dramatic implosion, and renewed ambitions, make for an intense political drama.
The Essential Link - The Story of Wilfrid Israel
Wilfrid Israel was a significant heroic figure of the Holocaust: one man solely responsible for saving tens of thousands of Jews from Nazi Germany. Filmmaker Yonatan Nir sets out on a personal quest to reveal an amazing, forgotten story.
Ada for Mayor
Ada Colau rose from the bottom. A leader in Spain’s housing protests, she won the mayorship of Barcelona in a major upset. Her personal video diaries reveal her journey to become a politician.