German director Angela Schanelec discusses her non-conventional approach to filmmaking in I Was At Home, But.
The ugliness of violence.
Chinese film director Wang Xiaoshuai spoke with us about the capturing three decades of his country’s history through a personal tale of loss in his film.
A poetic journey through a man’s life among the wild nature.
A fun ride, tinted in black and neon lights.
We are all Petrunya.
Living more than one life within one.
German film director Nora Fingscheidt tells us why she wanted to make a film about a wild little girl.
What profit, and what loss?
Taking character development to a whole new level.