When the president of Senegal runs for reelection in 2011 after two mandates, rappers Thiat and Kilifeu start a revolution for democracy. Rama Thiaw captures the conflicts between music and politics, the street and the State.
Sara is in her last year of high school, doesn’t have many friends and is trapped between a dominating mother and an inattentive father. But everything changes when she meets Andrea, her new schoolmate, with whom she will start an intimate relationship in secret.
Two scoundrels wander through the strange city, without a family or a home, making a living and fantasizing about a stroke of luck.
In a 25 years-old home video, a kid insistently asks his dad if he can play with the camera. Once an adult, he returns to that place to reflect on how all those years that passed have affected a place where time seems to have come to a halt. The cycle of life as seen by its protagonist and spectator...
Almost fifteen years after I Don’t Know What Your Eyes Have Done to Me, one of its directors reunites with the lost footage of their first encounter with Ada Falcón. A “silent scenes” triggers his search in order to decipher the enigma of the absent voice, in an emotional jo...
Three young men from Lima live the summer in an apparently static city. In their effort for doing something with their time, they discover themselves and the worlds they inhabit.
The Iranian filmmaker tells the story of graffiti in Teheran, from the 1979 revolution that led to the fall of the Shah to 2008’s Green Revolution.