In a colorful truck equipped with an old Soviet projector and some bedsheets for a screen, the operators of a mobile cinema (one of two thousand in India) travel from one remote village to the next, screening films for audiences that do not even know what cinema is. Will they want to find out?
Sandi Tan wrote and directed a groundbreaking film that was supposed to change the face of cinema in Singapore. 25 years after the film’s disappearance, she returns to the Island in search of clues, hoping to rediscover both the film and herself.
The Green Fog
Strange things happen in San Francisco when the directors mix bits from one hundred films and television series filmed in the city. The exciting new mystery they create is funny, sophisticated, Hitchcockian to the core and brimming with cinephilia.
Not many could keep up with Stanley Kubrick’s pace and intensity. Leon Vitali gave up everything to become his irreplaceable assistant. His memories are chock-full of surprising, funny, frightening and unforgettable stories, just like the genius director’s films.
The Disappeared is an experimental documentary unraveling the story of an action-drama feature film produced by the Israeli Army in the year 2000 and censored just a few weeks before its release.
The Prince And The Dybbuk
When the 'Polish Prince' died, thousands of upper-crusters walked beside his casket to his lavish mausoleum in Rome. Who was he? Why didn’t he ever talk about his past? The film follows the twists and turns in the story of the mysterious filmmaker behind the Yiddish film The Dybbuk.
French actor Éric Caravaca tries to find out what happened to the sister he never knew he had. His mother burned all the photographs, and his father's memory plays tricks on him. In an attempt to understand the need to erase and forget the past, he creates a unique film that extends beyond his personal story.