Chaim Arlosoroff, a political left leader, was shot dead by two unknown assailants on the beach in Tel Aviv on June 16, 1933. Now, 85 years later, the film reveals the events that led to the fatal shot that still affects us today.
Hell-bent on keeping his power, President of Congo Joseph Kabila refuses to hold elections. Three young activists look for the right way to change their country. The camera follows them through the streets of Kinshasa, as the government answers the protests with severe violence.
On the bus line that crosses Dormagen an entire social microcosm unfolds, depicting the story of post-immigration Germany. From refugees who have just arrived to native Germans, all are destined to travel in the same metal pipe, creating a forced intimacy.
Director Iris Zaki enters the heart of Tekoa, a West Bank settlement, and sits down to talk to the locals. Though initially fearful of the left-wing invader, settlers from various backgrounds gradually open up to her. Their honest, surprising and sometimes funny conversations offer a fresh take on Israeli reality from both sides of the Green Line.
The Jewish Underground
This political - detective thriller tells the story of how members of the Jewish Underground, the largest terrorist organization of Israeli right–wing settlers, paved their way into the heart of Israel's current political center of power.
An intimate look at Moshe Kahlon and his team, beginning with the 2015 election campaign, leading up to the Finance Ministry. The most promising and discreet man in Israeli politics has agreed for the first time to be filmed in his personal headquarters.
The Waldheim Waltz
The storm that followed Kurt Waldheim's successful bid for the Austrian presidency in 1986 has never really died down. Ruth Beckermann’s film—winner of the Original Documentary Award at the Berlinale—sheds some light on that dramatic period, recounting the events and sorting out the 'fake news' from the facts.
The Other Side Of Everything
Winner of the IDFA Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary. For 70 years a locked door inside a Belgrade apartment has been hiding the turbulent past of a family and a nation. Aided by her mother, a political activist who had helped oust Milošević, the director tries to untangle her family’s past and discovers that it cannot be separated from their country’s frightening present.
In The Desert - A Documentary Diptych
'Omar's Dream' and 'Avidan's Dream' - two documentary films, one about a Palestinian family, the other about a Jewish family who live at Mount Hebron in the West Bank. Living there is merciless but it seems that the real challenge is inside themselves.
Giovanna—the child refugee his family had taken in at the end of World War II—was deported to Italy. The tragedy maintains its grip on Swiss director Markus Imhoof, forcing him to face the fate of today’s refugees, who come to Europe only to find that it is very far from paradise.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has signed bold verdicts that changed the social, racial and gender landscape of the United States. In a rare personal film, RBG and her fans (including her granddaughter, young people sporting tattoos of her face, and Bill Clinton) reveal the real woman behind the lace collar.