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.
Tzina: Symphony of Longing
A poetic, interactive VR documentary in which the residents of the run-downTzina Dizengoff Square in Tel- Aviv muse on love and things that are no more.
Mommy Dead and Dearest
When Gypsey Rose Blanchard is indicted for murdering her mother, a dark, complex family history begins to unfold. Even after the trial, in a fascinating in-depth interview with Gypsey Rose herself, it’s hard to decide who the real victim of the story is.
Chickens for Kimaru
Kimaru wants to go back to school. When his mother can’t afford the tuition, he’s forced to come up with a solution.
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.
Remember, Thou Art Clay
In a decaying Lithuanian brick factory, the workers and machines appear to be crumbling back into dust.
Over 45 years of marriage, Barbara and Zdzisław have learned to salve their wounds with petty, bittersweet squabbling.
Before the Flight
Ivory Coast’s striking civic buildings are historical scars left after the end of the modernist dream.
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.
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.
Arash and Anoosh, two Iranian DJs, make electronic music under constant threat of violence and arrest. An unexpected opportunity to realize their dreams forces them to make difficult choices. Will they have the courage to break free?
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.
In the plasticky hustle and bustle of the Chinese Commodity City, the largest wholesale consumer market in the world, people search for a moment of quiet.
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.
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.
Layer by layer, the Manshiye neighborhood is exposed on the beach between Tel Aviv and Jaffa. “Disappearances” addresses a place that has been concealed, its existence still alive and etched in the memories of its inhabitants.
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.
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.
For the first time in his life, Timor, an opera singer, decides to confront his mother. Together with his voice teacher, he puts on the show of his dreams.
In a small Polish town, the annual Independence Day celebrations are marked with a special contest: Who is the most patriotic?
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.
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”.
To cope with his parents’ separation, a sensitive boy named Che fills his world with monsters and horror stories.
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.
White Riot: London
London, 1977. A subversive fanzine uses the spirit of punk to unite whites and blacks against the rising tide of violence and racism.
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.
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.
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.
You Are Seeing Things
The story of Brazil’s “Brega” music as told through its creators’ imaginations, dreams, and delusions of glamor.
How did a shy young German man’s love for an unattainable American beauty eventually lead to the murder of her parents? This investigation uncovers a story of lust, lies, and politics.
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.
Even after 40 years as teachers in a beautiful Irish boarding school, Amanda and John have not become jaded; Quite the opposite. A heartwarming film that shows how easily open hearts can touch each other.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A tiny clinic in Paris is an island of hope for its patients: refugees and asylum-seekers. An almost-static camera captures moments during which human caring triumphs over alienation and prejudice.
The story of cultural icon Boaz Sharabi, Israel’s greatest soul singer. The life of a creative giant in constant conflict between the love of the public and his loneliness and desire to grow up.
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.
The Bulgarian village of Altimir is about to be erased from the map, in the wake of defunct Communism and fickle Capitalism.
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.
My Beloved Country
A group of teenagers who left their homes in Manipur, India, two girls who were born in Lebanon and are now finishing 12th grade and one woman, a piano teacher, who grew up near the Volga River. A literary-documentary journey into Block 461 in the town of Ma'alot.
In My Room
Hidden between the viral videos of Youtube are the most private teenage diaries, which slowly and gently follow them growing up. In My Room weaves these diaries into one big coming-of-age story, as it unfolds from inside their rooms.
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.
Muhi - Generally Temporary
For the past seven years Muhi, a boy from Gaza has been living in an Israeli hospital, unable to return home. He is saved and raised in paradoxical circumstances that transcend identity, religion and the conflict that divides his world.
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.
Hope I'm in the Frame
A portrait of Michal Bat-Adam, the first and only woman director in Israel to regularly create films since the 1970s. The film intimately documents her and her husband, director Moshe Mizrahi, sharing the struggle to make films despite aging.
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.
A year inside the Women's Section of the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Temple Mount. A double portrait of a place and of a woman. An encounter between sound and image, private and public, God and His absence.