by Chris Chan Lee
On the road in a desperate attempt to reunite with his estranged wife, Elliot takes respite at a desert motel. He encounters Greta, a mysterious woman bearing a striking resemblance to his wife. Elliot soon discovers her secret and descends into a mind-bending journey that forces him to question exactly who she is and where they are.
Haunting and hallucinogenic, SILENT RIVER is a layered and nuanced film that boldly challenges the very notions of reality and illusion.
At Full Throttle
by Miro Remo
The Slovak Jitka is the oldest motor-cross rider in the country and Jaroslav is her partner, a former classmate from elementary school who takes care of her race car. The story unfolds their attempt to defend the Carpathian Moto-cross Cup. This is the story of their relationship. Change and courage can make a difference and “correct” life. Love, hope and despair of a generation that feel lost in a time of transition…
New York Minute
Directed by Lynn Bianchi
This work continues Lynn Bianchi’s relationship with New York City and its inhabitants – her home and inspiration since 1968. New York Minute was developed and created during lockdown – the year of loneliness and isolation – yet Lynn never felt lonely because the city was right outside her window – still alive and forever hopeful. A love letter to New York, this work is an abstraction of one day in the city – from dawn till dusk – moments that last a minute, or maybe a lifetime.
At Eye Level
by Mauro Mueller
Six people. Six countries. Experience one of their days from sunrise to sunset and be put in their (wheel)chair. Entirely shot on the GoProMax 360.
by Gabriela Ortega
When the death of her grandmother unleashes a generational curse, a disenchanted flamenco dancer resigned to a desk job is forced to experience the five stages of grief through a visit from her female ancestors, pushing her to finally break the cycle.
by Munjal Yagnik
After waking up to find his girlfriend murdered in bed, Mark must cover up her death while trying to piece together events from the previous night to find her murderer.
by Haim Bouzaglo
A dramatic, neo-realist Moroccan-speaking comedy, centered on the life of the Vaknin family, a Moroccan immigrant family to a picturesque town on the outskirts, moments of laughter alongside moments of crying and a daily existential war. Although they live in the country, their hearts are still in the beloved and distant Morocco.
There Is No Road To Jorg
by Elana Gladkova
Documentary film based on the novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky “The Idiot” for the 200th anniversary of Fyodor Dostoevsky. Jorg came from Switzerland to Russia and stayed with Russian homeless people in the forest. Together, they built a village to which there is no road…
The Russians called him “crazy” for his desire to change the lives of Russian people for the better. Almost 200 years ago, the main character of the novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky was called an “Idiot” when he came to Russia from Switzerland and tried to bring humanistic ideas to Russia…