Abbas Fahdel addresses life in Iraq before and after the post 9-11 occupation, through records of people (most of them are members of his family) in a country that suffers the consequences of war.
What remains of our lives after we’re gone? That’s the question posed by this film, which explores the finiteness and frailty of human existence from a possible apocalyptic future.
A comment in the middle of lunch leads to a severe family argument that seems to sabotage its members’ trust irreversibly.
Downtown Cairo, 2009. Khalid is struggling to make a film that captures the soul of his city while facing loss of his own life. Together with his friends, who send him footage from their lives in Beirut, Baghdad and Berlin, he confronts a region on edge through filming the difficulty and beauty of l...
The unstoppable, strong current decides on the bodies the armed conflict leaves behind. Meanwhile, a girl searches for any trace of her boyfriend, and a man rescues the bodies the tides leave on the Colombian shore.
The film explores the complex relationship between a mother and a hypochondriac son increasingly worried about his health. When she’s diagnosed with cancer, their lives become a race to see who will die first.
Rita is 15 and spends the summer between warm afternoons of teenage love and party nights with her friend Sara. From Portugal to the South Pacific, the pleasures of this routine will take a turn when the young girl visits the art show of a new neighbor in the local community.
The disappearance of Juan is an excuse to tell the story of each member of a group of friends. With a slight, everyday comedic tone, this drama tries to reflect the collective unconscious of a generation youngsters from the city of Puerto Madryn.
Through the course of ten years, the director documents her complex relationship with her mother and brother, both of them diagnosed with bipolar disorder. At first, the making of the film seems to bring the family together, but the director immediately realizes things aren’t that simple.
Father and son pay tribute to the twelve journalists from the satiric French magazine Charlie Hebdo who died in the terrorist attack of January 2015. The film also captures the work of the editorial department while working on the first post-attack issue.
An adaptation of Humberto Costantini’s homonymous novel, set in 1977 in Buenos Aires. In the midst of the dictatorship, a man receives information of the whereabouts or two people who are being searched by the military. Now he has the chance to save them, although that means risking his own li...
The hope of hundreds of relatives of disappeared people lies in the work of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team, which has been identifying remains of the disappeared in several countries for 30 years. Only the restitution of the remains to their relatives can heal the open wounds.
A vertiginous, infinite and unique walk through every nighttime setback. Sex, drugs and drinking alternate between encounter and encounter, creating a above-board follow-on in front of a camera as curious as it is audacious, that dares to cover everything.
In Puerto Pirámides, streets have no name. Julia, a teacher in the only existing school in the area, develops a school project that engages her students in a shared goal: look for names for the streets.