Love longs for closeness, desire thrives on distance.
From the streets of Los Angeles, a female-lead punk rock band take us through the underground scene from rehearsals, private gatherings, and concerts.
On a hot summer day, Anna embarks on a little journey in the deserted desert town she lives in. She tries to find a man to give her a comforting touch, even for a brief moment.
The unexpected encounter of two strangers and their agreement while waiting for a cab to share the cost of the ride, becomes the motive for the anatomy of a relationship. From the moment they enter the taxi, the driver reveals
George, a young Londoner, decides to get his Polish mother Agnieszka a British passport. However, a series of arbitrary rules and regulations put forward by immigration adviser Christine give him little chance of succeeding. In response to George’s attempts to
Introducing the concept of ‘time in figures’, a representation of time and space is visualized in this film. In this aesthetic attempt, time is no longer a linear or simple flow, but it dances in spatial form like a blooming
“Hope Springs Eternal” follows the story of a mother who must learn to cope with the hardships of war, her son’s absence, and the reality of her situation.
Paul, an ambitious creative director, prides himself on having great insight into human nature and the world around him. After executing a business pitch victoriously, his colleague attempts to reach out for help but Paul takes him at face value.
A man who works in an auto-repair shop keeps trying to resist unhappiness despite all the problems. Factors like poverty, terror and the psychological pressure people put on each other are going to be the hardest obstacles for this man
Ιn a summer town, two best friends wake up to their last day together as one of them is moving abroad.
A composer struggles to write his song. A librarian cares for her silent forest of books. One day they meet.
A deformed, mute hermit lives alone in the fjords of Norway. Tormented by the local villagers, he secludes himself from everyone until one day, a mysterious girl shows up on his doorstep.
Imagine Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of beauty and desire, returning to Ancona, the city she founded (‘ankon’ means elbow in Greek). She will be very surprised to find that the new things built by humans are no longer inspired by
Disappointing everyone around her with her inability to meet mounting expectations, a working mother wishes it would all just go away.
Think of something blue is based on a Dutch Poem by Martijn den Ouden. It portrays a man, dealing with loneliness and mourning, comforted by memories of his loved one.