A fascinating documentary on the future of cinema as celluloid reels disappear and digital formats multiply, combining archival footage and interviews with filmmakers, including Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan.
Winner of the top prize at the Locarno Film Festival. In a Bulgarian village, a nurse steals ID cards from her demented patients to sell on the black market. While her relationships are no source of comfort, a new patient touches her distorted conscience.
In contemporary Finland, a chance meeting between a salesman and a Syrian refugee provides them with abundant hope. Renowned Finnish director, Aki Kaurismäki’s new film won the Silver Bear prize for directing at Berlin this year.
Artist Heinz Emigholz offers a captivating view of 22 buildings designed by legendary kibbutz architect, Shmuel Bickels. In his distinctive style – unnarrated, static shots of the structures – Emigholz manages to capture Bickels’s spirit.
The love story between Jean-Luc Godard and actress Anne Wiazemsky against the backdrop of the events of May 1968. Michel Hazanavicius’s (The Artist) homage to the great French New Wave director. A mad comedy, at once witty, intelligent, and touching.
Discovering their factory’s equipment has been smuggled out by management, workers fear the worst and fight for their future. A captivating socially aware work, winner of The International Federation of Critics award.
An ornithologist’s boat is swept away by currents. Rescued by two Chinese pilgrims, he’s driven in to the forest where mysterious encounters force him to take extreme action. A widely acclaimed film, winner of Best Director at Locarno FF.