A very unlikely friendship of a village fisherman and a white stork that has been going on for the last 8 years. Yaren, the male stork, is always the first bird to arrive at Eskikaraagac Village during the spring migration and he finds Adem, the fisherman, where ever he may be at the lake. Will Yaren come again this year, will he land on Adem’s fishing boat again?
Wai, a young Asian man in his twenties, lives at his aunt and uncle’s.
He works for them as a delivery man. Trapped in a tedious life conditioned by work and a withdrawn community, he meets a solitary man. This encounter will move him deeply.
Logan, 16, is a troubled teenager. Only his sci-fi dreams of a better life on Mars can rescue him from his gloomy everyday life, filled with conflict both at home and at school, where he’s labeled a bully. One strange night he receives a visit from a mysterious man who swears to come from the future and to be Logan’s future-self, 40 years older. The man asks him to accomplish a shockingly important mission: to save humanity.
In Heymann’s new Documentary we enter into one of the most desired Israeli Male Gay Porn Stars, Jonathan Agassi, while diving deep into his unusual and unique relationship with his mother, Anna. Blurring the line between freedom and oppression, this film shows Agassi’s power become his greatest weakness.
Intrinsic Moral Evil seems to be a tale of identity and coming of age. But above all, the three dancers play with the viewer’s perception and expectations. The layered story gradually develops; revealing its last secrets just before the end credits start. Inviting the audience to make its own interpretation.
An isolated rural village in a poor and profoundly religious region in northern Greece. A gas station on the side of a highway. Fragments of a brief encounter between a young Belarusian woman and a Greek man. Reminiscences of a territory and an impossible love story.
Film set in the neighborhood of Copacabana, elaborated through a collage of current and archive images (Super 8 and digital). An experimental work narrated by the significant speech of the poet Fausto Fawcett, and sonorized by the musician Arnaldo Brandão.
“Green Cobra” is the genre-bending story of a hit-man…excuse me, “Life Ending Technician.” Who details, to a documentary film crew, her rise in a mostly male dominated field, on the backdrop of a typical day on the job; which consists of Russian mob clients, disturbing methods of torture, and maybe one too many bad ex-boyfriends. “What have I done…” – Sigurd’s mom
A woman alone in a small flat is carrying out her daily housework when she starts hearing sounds from the other side of the wall. The neighbour’s undecipherable doings are slowly invading her enclosed space, increasingly merging with her mundane chores. She picks up the type writer and starts writing, equally triggered and distracted by the strange noises. In her struggle to map out the features and actions of the elusive character next door her own reality gradually starts to disintegrate.