An employee of a cleaning service company is in charge of wash the floor of a research laboratory when he suddenly face a thief with dirty shoes…
The moments of isolation and seperation are most of the time the door opener to a journey within. That is how we discover new sides and parts of ourselfs which we ignored for so long.
‘A Greenlander’ follows Pierre Auzias (66) a French Painter fully integrated in Uummaanaq, a settlement 450 miles north of the arctic circle in Greenland.
Pierre speaks Greenlandic, travels by dog sled and teaches art therapy to neglected children.
After 14 years in Greenland, Annie, Pierre’s partner, retires from her position as the town Doctor and returns to France. Pierre then spends an agonising 9 months in limbo, waiting to find out if the Danish Authorities will grant him citizenship.
MS. LEYLA (LEYLA HANIM)
JORDAN PAUL ROUSSEAU
Four boys survive on the seedy night streets of St Kilda’s red-light district in Australia in the 1980’s. Based on true events. (Adult themes)
A short while after his dominant wife abandons the wimpy and meek Hayati, who is a literary
teacher in a patriarchal town, the police find an unrecognized female corpse by the lake.
Hayati wants to state that the body belongs to his wife and to take the blame for the murder
that someone else committed.
Hayati is a small-town literature teacher and a one hit wonder author who tries helplessly
to hold on to his past: his shattering marriage, his sick old mother, a decaying walnut tree
and the memory of his father. Instead of moving on with his life and taking control, he
passively accepts its blows and is only interested in digging into the past, until his
discovery forces him to confront his own weakness and answer the question: is standing
idle while witnessing evil being done is just as much of a sin as doing it?
In an unknown time and place, a young boy escapes war with nothing but a dream and a violin case. Along the way he meets the beautiful Naila and a group of other travelers. He crosses deserts and seas during a long and dangerous trip. The music in his heart will guide him along the journey to find his path on the other side of the border and destroy prejudice.
AITCH – LEARNING CURVE
An old, stubborn veteran conducts a funeral for himself on the past battleground and confesses to his family that he is no war hero but a deserter..
HOW TO TELL GUNSHOTS FROM FIREWORKS
The story of gifted German runner Melat Kejeta is told through exclusive footage of her preparations for the 2021 Olympics in this experimental portrait documentary about a young refugee who has become a world-class athlete. To achieve her goal of a podium finish at the most important race of her life, she must defy both physical and mental adversity at the training camp in Kenya, just a stone’s throw away from the country she had to flee from nine years ago.
KASPER JAN KAVALARIS
When a wild Manhattan author nearly dies from an overdose, she trades the penthouse for a secluded country mansion in a desperate attempt to fix her life, but when a poltergeist begins terrorizing her family, and a local Sheriff starts digging into her past, the author knows her deepest secret is in danger of being revealed.
CLAIRE DE LUNE
A married couple tries to come to terms with the terrible tragedy which threatens to destroy their family.
A LOVE WORTH FIGHTING FOR
A Love Worth Fighting For is set in the opening month of the First World War, August 1914. But it is not a war film, rather an anti-war film, and a love story. It is meticulously researched and
Just after every major European power has been drawn into a conflict they do not know how to
fight, politicians and generals are sleepwalking their way towards unimaginable catastrophe with
all the arrogance that defined the Edwardian age. The conflict will become enormous, the scale
of destruction almost inconceivable.
Against this epic backdrop, the film throws into relief the lives of just two men. They are
insignificant players in one of the twentieth century’s greatest tragedies. But their stories are no
less poignant and compelling for it.
A Love Worth Fighting For examines immense concepts – the futility of war, nationality, love,
fidelity and human compassion – from the perspective of an English officer and a German
The result is unique. It is poignant, compelling and sad. It asks difficult questions. Yet ultimately,
it ends with hope. Because without hope, what do we have…?