Here you can find all films, that we reviewed over the last years in alphabetical order. Just scroll through or click on the Initials. Of cause you can also use "CTRL + F" to look for the title or the name of the filmmaker.
Young Israelis performing a rite of initiation, the “Journey to Poland”: seven days, three mass graves, four concentration camps, and cameras running all the time. An exercise in identity made up of YouTube videos – horror 2.0.
Erika and Tine, both 81, take a humorous look back at their lives in the GDR. At the time they fought for freedom, autonomy and their love – to the indignation of the prudish Stasi.
Art as a weapon! Graffiti on Cairo’s walls as a medium of rebellion, Egyptian underground artists as the chroniclers of events. A frenzied trip through colours and rhythms.
Posing with selfie sticks, either in front of or behind the gate bearing the sign “Arbeit macht frei” (work sets you free). Concentration camp visitors, observed in sober black and white tableaux
A ton of cabbage for 20 Euros: the peasants in the Romanian community of Lunguleţu underbid each other with the prices for their products. Is there a way out of this dead end?
Edward Snowden and the surveillance system: gigantic intelligence service headquarters and a claustrophobically small hiding place. Spectacular and disturbing – a triptych of paranoia
Northern France’s former coal mining region, now afflicted with poverty like an infectious disease. Two boys practise strengthening their immune system.
A country on its way to becoming a police state: a journey through the US featuring astonishing material about the military industrial complex that’s behind the shootings of black people.
Subjective and personal food for thought on the controversial subject of inoculation. The director, a family man himself, uses his own dilemma as a starting point for a humorous film about risks, chances and ideologies.
Anorexic model Isabelle Caro’s trajectory from being the face of Benetton to death. The story of a foiled childhood and the perverse commercialisation of a disease.
Two young men in a town near Milan who challenge life itself, love and death. They risk themselves because everything else seems even riskier.
A mass casting in Siberia. 13-year-old Nadya has made it, she’s going to be a model, departing for a new world. A rare insight into a business, beyond model casting shows.
Three grandsons embark with their grannies on an anarchic journey into the past – a complex road movie about intergenerational dialogue in Great Britain, Hungary and Germany.
The fear of becoming a depressive like her mother makes her tackle the disease, the seventies, Punk and herself. A hybrid road movie with surreal moments.
Give it up for Martha and Niki! The two win one street dance battle after the other and even end up the first female team to win the world championship.
The story of Maya, whose hair fell out completely when she was twelve. A film about searching and finding oneself and what it means to love oneself. With or without hair.
Teddy bears against a fence, children’s photos, coloured balloons, hanging heads, a struggle for composure, grief. It’s both state of emergency and everyday life.
2015 | Jasmila Žbanić | 60 min.
On the 100th anniversary of the assassination that triggered the First World War: observations at the scene of the event in Sarajevo. A multilayered reflection on the open character of history.
2018 |Marie van Vollenhoven, Shahib Sabriye Sidow | 52 min.
A creative chamber play that explores the question of how belonging and integration can be reduced to absurdity by structural racism.
A group portrait of confident female criminals in Iran: neither charismatic bad girls nor victims of circumstances, but women with soft spots and hard edges, beyond familiar stereotypes.
The parties of a global civil war face a symbolic tribunal – in Congo and Berlin. A distressing, analytical and probing examination of the neo-colonial world order.
A visually stunning excursion into the Bolivian Andes where miners are hoping for the big find. Perilous working conditions, archaic rituals and big dreams cheek by jowl.
Analytically and eloquently, five children of separated couples talk about the questions and gaps left by their parents. It’s up to them and us to decide what normality means.