Yours in Sisterhood
All around the U.S., women are opening time capsules: letters they and other women sent to the editor of the feminist “Ms. Magazine” over 40 years ago. By recreating each letter’s exact circumstances, the director helps today’s women step into the shoes of those who came before them—and see themselves.
The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid
Eccentric Irish farmer, Thomas Reid, refuses to give in to a corporation intent on buying out his land. The film switches between his unworldly daily life and the courtroom drama, presented in some highly original ways.
A Skin So Soft
Just like in a fairytale, these massively muscular giants of herculean strength are revealed as gentle, sensitive and almost wistful men. This extraordinary film follows a group of bodybuilders through the surprising and human moments of their lives.
Departing from the etymological derivation of both “salary” and “soldier” from “salt”, Salarium captures the entanglement of economic, military, and geological forces, which manifests in the figure of the sinkhole.
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.
Men never stop playing, and games—even ones that are flat-out silly—are a very serious matter. Director Matjaž Ivanišin creates a vivid, erotic, funny collage that questions the boundaries between play and ritual.
STANDBY PAINTER tells the story of Robert Z. who stole a painting by replacing it with a replica in a museum in Poland. Using a mix of police archive videos and new paintings, the film plays out a reality with multiple facets, between a mischievous copy and a search for the truth.
All around America people live and work in cages of all shapes and sizes—some are stifling and unpleasant, others will make you green with envy. Director Austin Lynch visits these cages in a remarkable film that delivers a powerful sensory experience.