The Enache family, a couple and their nine children, have been living in a shack on a lakeshore, cut off from civilization, for twenty years. When the wilderness they called home is declared an upscale park, they are transferred to an apartment in Bucharest. Their attempts to assimilate into urban life and culture have a dramatic effect on the family dynamic.
In 1948, Edith Piaf offered a Paillard-Bolex camera to Charles Aznavour, the first he was to own and which would always be with him. It recorded everything. A few months before he died, he started working through the rushes of his films with Marc di Domenico. He then decided to make a film out of them, his film.
A journalistic investigation into a disastrous fire at a Bucharest nightclub uncovers corruption and fraud at a scope so massive it leads to the fall of the government. Alexander Nanau (Toto and His Sisters) tells this thrilling and uniquely human story with remarkable tenderness.
A documentary about the legendary American choreographer, Merce Cunningham, created through weaving together his iconic works and never-before-seen archival treasures shot between 1942 and 1972 – an era of risk and discovery for Merce and his collaborators, composer John Cage and visual artist Robert Rauschenberg.
Seen through the eyes of Hubert Sauper (Darwin’s Nightmare), Havana is mysterious, enchanting, and filled with contradictions. The director’s search for the Cuban spirit leads to a series of fascinating human encounters revolving around one question: how did the people of this beautiful island survive its complicated history?
For the past 20 years, a group of devout believers has been self-isolating in a mansion in Italy. Led by the Master, they spend their days training, praying, and dancing wildly. Director Valentina Pedicini spent months in their midst, documenting the sect’s way of life and the enthralling intimacy between its members.
Even though his fashion editorials were heavily influenced by 1930s German aesthetic, nobody could deny that Helmut Newton was a genius. His friends, colleagues, and the powerful women he photographed paint the portrait of this controversial photographer.
Renowned neurologist and bestselling author Oliver Sacks (played by Robin Williams in the film Awakenings) had met with many a personal crisis in his life. At the age of 82, he shared his surprising personal story with candor, courage, and ample humor.
Rockfour is one of the most significant rock bands in Israel in the past 30 years. A decade has gone by and a vulnerable Eli Lulai returns to the position of lead singer after an emotional turmoil that led him to quit the band in the midst of a tour in the USA.
Armed with a hidden camera and a voice recorder, 83-year-old Sergio goes undercover and infiltrates a retirement home. He is not much of a spy, but his natural charm draws the ladies like a magnet. Maite Alberdi (La Once) delivers a heartwarming and delightfully human spy thriller.
A painter whose paintings were stolen from a gallery in Oslo forces the thief to be her model. In her studio, the two share their secrets, fears, challenges and hurts, until it is no longer clear who supports whom, and their story takes dramatic turns that neither of them could have ever imagined.
Patricio Guzmán returns to his homeland Chile to recover the lost story of the Patagonian indigenous tribes, whose culture was erased, and the story of the people imprisoned during Pinochet’s dictatorship. With his breathtaking cinematography, Guzmán channels the voice of nature, showing us that the land, unlike its human inhabitants, refuses to forget.