• My Way of Winning: Asha Philip

      Ahead of the 2017 London World Championships: We meet TeamGB’s, Asha Philip, as she is on a high from a 2016 Olympic Bronze Medal, a 2017 British Record where she also took the European Title, and an upcoming […]

    16.8.2017
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  • Pain Is Temporary

      The film centres around Sunny Edwards, a 21-year-old boxer who has just turned professional, and David Weir, the famous Paralympian who is now steadily approaching the end of his professional career. Through very personal interviews with each athlete, […]

    13.8.2017
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  • Paris – Cannes – Orleans*

      There are three human settlements with loud names in the countryside of the Altay region: russian Paris, german Cannes and ukranian Orleans. Nowadays life in the villages is very different from that one the Paris-Cannes-Orleans’ dwellers lived some […]

    7.8.2017
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  • We Are Throwers*

      Almost 80 years after initial boom, yoyos are no longer just a toy from a bygone era of our grandparents. For many it’s a sport, for others it’s an art form, while some consider it just a hobby. […]

    7.8.2017
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  • City of my heart

      A personal glimpse into Madrid, an experimental urban cityscape, an ode to life through a dance.   https://vimeo.com/222113436 Password: filmingheart City of my heart Film Review

    3.7.2017
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  • Long Yearning*

      A cinematic exploration of the lives of Chinese factory workers and the nature of repetitive industrialised work. The film is intermixed with written excerpts of traditional Chinese poetry, creating a surreal merging between modern and ancient China.   […]

    22.6.2017
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  • Scars*

      A poetic documentary in five acts about the sci-fi artist Lars Mikkes and his creative process, feelings and consciousness. The artist is working on a painting for a customer while meeting neurotic emotions and new experiences − he […]

    21.6.2017
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  • Half-Life in Fukushima*

      In the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, a Japanese farmer ekes out a solitary existence within the radiation red zone. As Naoto wanders through the empty streets of his hometown, he confronts the remnants of a lost […]

    18.6.2017
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  • The Dazzling Light of Sunset*

      The film centers on a small town television station to paint a pseudo-ethnographic portrait of a community in Georgia where rituals and traditions shape the local lifestyle although twisted reflections of the modern world had already penetrated the […]

    18.6.2017
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