Osher, Michelle and Eitan who were transferred to foster families, are filmed during the last year of foster care, and first year of independence, at age 18. The film interweaves the personal relationships between themselves, their foster and biological parents. Nominated to the Beyond the Screen Award
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.
The doctors at the trailblazing Center for Transgender Medicine in New York City perform groundbreaking surgeries. Shared with raw, heartwarming candor and punctuated with humor, the touching personal stories of Dr. Jess Ting and his patients paint a rare picture of a place that stands at the heart of a community’s struggle for recognition.
Sahand and Leila are fleeing Iran with their toddler son. In Iran, their relationship—an extramarital affair—is punishable by death. As they start their new life, far away from the threatening past, they face not only the authorities but also a new intimacy they have never known.
A father and his teenage son take their rickety old car and drive from the Czech Republic to Russia in search of the son’s mother and sister, whom the two have not seen in years. The journey leads them to reevaluate their relationship and finally share the whole story of how their family had fallen apart.
Damien is handsome, talented, and charismatic, but at 43 he is still mommy’s little boy because for the past two decades he has been struggling with a heroin addiction, living on the fringes of society and refusing to let go of his past. Holding on to each other with remarkable tenderness, mother and son look for a way to defeat his demons.
Armed with a camera, Yael Abecassis followed her mother—legendary Moroccan singer Raymonde—in an attempt to understand and redefine their relationship. Transposed and transformed, Mother and daughter remain entwined, bound by guilt, admiration, pain, and above all—limitless love and music.
Doctor Amani dreamed of becoming a pediatrician, but the unending war in Syria forced her underground. This rare and profoundly human documentary follows the young doctor as she runs a secret underground hospital hidden in the caves and tunnels underneath a bombarded city. Nominated to the Beyond the Screen Award
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.
This sociological journey back in time began 23 years ago, when several families were evicted from their homes ended up squatting in an abandoned building in Jaffa. What has become of them? What chances does a poverty-stricken child have to make it in the world?