• "Johnny & Me" tells the story of John Heartfield's journey through time. Graphic designer Stefanie is in the middle of a creativity crisis. A time tunnel takes her back to the studio of artist John Heartfield. She embarks on an adventurous journey through his extraordinary life 100 years ago.
  • Our society is a work society. From childhood we are taught to be result oriented and competitive. As automation and artificial intelligence exceed human capacity, we will be forced to rethink the role work plays in our lives: the majority of jobs that exist today could vanish in a few decades. The debate about the consequences of this has been dominated by technology experts and economists and often painted as a sci-fi dystopia. What is absent is the human perspective, in the sense of a look at what this will mean to us as human beings. With characters and narratives across four continents, the film seeks an existential answer to what work means today, what things could be like in the future and what will happen to us when we don’t work.
  • Plastics are everywhere. They are not just in our rivers and oceans, they permeate the air and soil and also our bodies. While the crisis deepens and recycling is far from working, the plastics industry continues to ramp up production. Does the industry want to keep going on like they have in the past? “Plastic Fantastic" follows several protagonists, on the one hand representatives of the plastics industry and on the other scientists and activists, to find out where the plastics crisis is leading us.
  • Since the beginning of the War on Drugs, the number of women in U.S. prisons has grown over 800%. The majority are mothers.   In a Midwestern state caught between harsh drug sentencing and rising incarceration for women, three unforgettable mothers—Tomika, Lydia, and Amanda— return home from prison and rebuild their lives after being separated from their children for years. Filmed over 3 ½ years, "Apart" traces their steps as they reconstruct lives derailed by drugs and prison. It’s the story of separation, loss and survival. But it's also a story of women helping each other return to their communities—a story of love and reunion. Amanda, Tomika, and Lydia are three women among millions who are fighting to rebuild their lives after prison, as women are now the fastest-growing population in the U.S. criminal justice system.
  • Due to a severe birth defect, Miszka’s arms and legs have not fully developed: he has no hands or feet.  That hasn’t stopped him from becoming a multiple champion for Poland’s Paralympic alpine skiing team. But when Miszka is accused of stealing scooters and a car, he loses his spot on the team: his future career and planned participation in the Winter Paralympics Olympics are jeopardized! He’s given one last chance to get back on the team, but will he manage to deal with his shortcomings and distance himself from the crowd that has brought him to this precarious situation?  This personal struggle will be the biggest challenge he has ever faced.
  • After the 2017 London Bridge attack, Valeria Collina, a shocked mother, must come to terms with the loss of her son, who was a jihadist killed in the attack. In the aftermath of the tragedy, she struggles to find peace.
  • In 2002, a cautious young graphic designer is taken, against his will, on a complete tour of Afghanistan by two fearless reporters. With a video camera bought at the Kabul bazaar, he will follow them for two months on a wild journey and find his way in life.
  • What happens when humanity’s infatuation with itself and an untethered free market meet 45 billion cameras… Filmmakers Axel Danielson & Maximilien Van Aertryck (Ten Meter Tower, Jobs For All!) once again turn their cameras directly on society, this time to explore, explain and expose how our unchecked obsession with image has grown to change our human behavior. From Camera Obscura and the Lumieres Brothers all the way to Youtube and the world of social media, the film chronicles how we went from capturing the image of a backyard to a multi-billion- euro content industry in just 200 years. With an exclusive use of archival and found footage, the film uses the very medium it examines, in a self-reflective yet hilarious montage.
  • Amir is a fourteen-year-old boy from the village. Due to the death of his father, he is in charge of his mother and also his twelve-year-old twin sisters; Marzieh and Razieh. He tries to keep his sisters away from the shackles of tradition.
  • The four girls are excellent young riders. Which distinguishes them from their peers is that they each have a horse and each girl has a story related to herself and her horse. During the year, we recorded their efforts and results while they were preparing for the national young sports meeting. What was unexpected is the separation between them and their loved ones in life or death, failures and pains. Love and trust between them and their horses, their growth and worries of adolescence, their ideas and duties about future society, all of these are like a song of life composed through the journey of 2019.
  • A piece of white marble stone mined in Greece takes us on its Odyssey along the global consumption driven by the Chinese domestic market, to investigate the role of China as the "world’s buyer.”
  • How should I love you, my child? This story is a mother’s agonizing journey of parenting. Wu Jun, a mother in her 50s, has been in emotional turbulence for over a decade. In 2004, Quanquan, her then-16-year-old daughter, suddenly jumped to her death. Unexpectedly, Quanquan’s last words had nothing to do with her parents. The mother was filled with agony and bewilderment, questioning what she had done wrong, and her beloved husband, unable to bear the weight of the loss, moved away from Hangzhou. To start anew, Wu raised another girl, Tingting. Amid intense education competition, she racks her brains to pave the way for Tingting’s future. However, the girl becomes rather difficult after entering puberty. Why is parent-child relationship extremely challenging? How should a mother face her own life? By the beautiful West Lake, Wu starts to read her late daughter’s favorite fable, ROOSTER THE GOLDEN COMB – Fate is as cunning as the fox in the story…
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