What do people who have lost their mothers do on Mothers’ Day? And what about people who have Mothers’ lost a child? Mother’s Day is the story of two women who are trying to come in terms with different losses,
Charis, a 45-year old alcoholic and unsuccessful writer, visits the house he inherited after his father’s death as a final farewell. The remnants of his father’s life and his personal belongings trigger repressed memories, while neighbors remind him of his abusive father. With alcohol as
While clearing out their childhood home, sisters Mackenzie and Charlotte must learn to reconnect with each other in order to move on.
Ziad, a Palestinian day laborer, is denied entry into Israel for work that day. Not wanting to return home empty handed after promising his daughter meat for dinner, he needs to get creative. A poetic and tragic reflection on the
Inspired by the spectacular array of images from NASA, HUBBLE and ESO, the molecular clouds and the mechanism of constant motion at play in the Nebulae, is the essence of Bijoux. A cornucopia of jeweled themes continuously changing and evolving.
A psychiatry student gets on a tram that delivers him twenty-five years into the future, where an unexpected encounter awaits him.
An ambitious and mysterious daughter MADDIE is compelled to be the CEO of a major pharmaceutical company after the death of of her father, a respected titan in the industry. On the evening of announcing a revolutionary new drug to
A Greek stereoscopic CG animation inspired by the works of Greek surrealist painter Theodore Pandaleon. A requiem to Form, Feminine- Goddess, eternal Eve, Art. From idealization and sacred worship to delectation and insemination, to transformation and reproduction, to deterioration and
HE is an architect. SHE is an interior designer. They first met at work and fell in love instantly, although for different reasons. During their ten year relationship little had actually gone wrong. Comfort defined not only their design aesthetic
Should you hide your pain? Close yourself inside your inner world, full of longing for your father’s love and its displays? Or should you understand and forgive before it is too late?
Matyas is a piece which tells the story of an extremely tired first-time mother who struggles with satisfying the needs of her newborn baby. Her baby is quite unusual as he never sleeps and he eats a lot – all
Alexandra, a 12-year-old, teenager is reunited with her father, Alex, a Spanish merchant who has spent a long time in jail after being wrongly accused. She accompanies him on a business trip to India, where an explosion threatens to separate them
Nabila, an 8 months pregnant Palestinian woman, whose husband died in the Israeli prison, wants to revenge his death. With the help of Hamas, she plans a terror attack in Israel. The premature birth of her baby makes her reconsider,
Two punks meet at a laundromat in late 80’s Hell’s Kitchen NYC in a lo-fi animated film reminiscent of early Jim Jarmusch.
The film explores in depth the recent history of Cyprus, including the Turkish invasion (1974), human rights issues and gender equality through the experiences of nine women involved in politics who live in Nicosia, Cyprus, the last divided capital city
1960, Greek Island of Rhodes. Elias (38) narrates his daughter Sofia (10) a story from the World War II (1945), about the friendship and love developed between him and a German soldier. Best Student Film Award at Vegas Global Film Festival
Sometimes love doesn’t just hurt, it can kill. That’s the realization that one young woman must come to, if she is to find freedom. Sofia refuses to admit that she is in an abusive and controlling relationship and must come
A video essay about the perspective of a teenager on his hometown.
Nature and creation, division and composition. Thodoris Trampas delineates a process of union through destruction, and the need for reconciliation with the other side. In an enclosed space, six metres by seven, for seven weeks and eight hours each day,
An eye-opening documentary, The Creepy Line reveals the stunning degree to which society is manipulated by Google and Facebook and blows the lid off the remarkably subtle – hence powerful – manner in which they do it. The Creepy Line