Director Enrique Rottenberg
Completion Date: November 5, 2018
Zenaida is the living story of almost a century in the history of Cuba. She portrays us, the Cubans, tells us about racism, emigration and what there would be to be politically correct according to her.
Director Virgil Widrich
Completion Date: June 11, 2018
A black-and-white film that lets you see colors.
Director Richard Alpert
Completion Date: February 11, 2019
The following video is part of a series of visual poems entitled "Variations on a Spanish Landscape." This video is a personal interpretation of the Spanish landscape filmed aboard the high-speed train AVE (Alta Velocidad Español) between Madrid and Barcelona.
The abstract patterns, colors and sounds inherent in this passing landscape produce a wide variety of audio effects and beautiful images.
"Always buy a round-trip ticket, you never know when you will need a second chance."
AVE — (Alta Velocidad Espanol)
Director Maïté Baillieul
Runtime 14 min
Completion Date: Jul 2018
Fritz wakes up on his deathbed and receives the last cleansing by his beloved Ulrich. An endless now-moment carries the ritual in which they say farewell to each other. Absorbed by the grieving process of his beloved, time passes him by and he is abruptly pulled away by another dimension over which he has no control. There is no way back.
Meeting at the seaside
Director Spiros Diamantis
Runtime 1 hr 35 min
Completion Date: Dec 2017
Little Eyolf's accidental drowning undermines the foundations of the triangular relationship among his parents and his aunt, exposes their lies and fuels their need for a personal catharsis.
Director AXEL SANDE
Completion Date: December 22, 2018
Acaiaca is based on a legend about a sacred cedar that was chopped down by the Portuguese, and caused the destruction of the nearby Puri Indian tribe in just one night. This story is a metaphor for the process of invasion, domination and succession by Europeans in the Americas during de Age of Discovery.
Director Eli Hayes
Completion Date: August 9, 2018
An experimental landscape film shot across three countries -- the USA, Canada & Sweden -- and collaboration with ambient musician, Arterial Red (silent apart from the composer’s 96 minute score), which explores the abstract essence of space in the context of naturalistic environments, through four chapters and an interlude.
Director Christopher Serra
Completion Date: November 24, 2018
In which we explore a mysterious island
Director Wolfgang Lehmann
Completion Date: January 15, 2019
A cinematic meditation a time-based painting accompanied by a minimalistic music with a metallic bell-like sound. Digitally transformed landscapes, a skull and only barely recognizable people like shadows are the visual material for the film. The film has no classical narrative - more the hint of a journey a transformation from death into life (not the opposite) as in many mythologies where the ferryman picks up the dead to transfuse them into a new life.
ITS EXISTENCE COMMENCED THIS HOUR
Director Fausto Montanari
Completion Date: January 5, 2019
The film represents the story of a day from dawn to dusk.
Every day, by choice or by fate, each human being has to be a hunter or a gatherer.
Hunter or gatherer.
Director rohitaswa mukherjee
Completion Date: December 26, 2018
aquarium is a journey of two lives, an woman and a fish. they both have their own peaceful life with two unseen cages. and what happens when the women finally realizes that her circle of life is also caged her the way she caged the fish in her aquarium.... and the journey starts.... !
A Q U A R I U M
Director Mustafa Deniz Dogan
Completion Date: May 1, 2018
"On the day that she marries, the brother ties the red ribbon three times to the waist of his sister, who is going to marry. All responsibility for her virginity of her is now on her brother.
The day after her marriage, they leave her back to her family's house."
CAUGHT IN THE FLOOD (BI BER LEHIYÊ KETIN)
Director Pamela Falkenberg, Jack Cochran
Completion Date: January 30, 2018
Three line summary:
The use of video technology to reveal poetic aspects of the landscape that cannot be seen with the eyes alone (high and low shutter speeds, time dilation and compression, focal length extremes, all these combined at times with a moving camera), fractured reflections on ice ice and water, and shadow traces permanently left by the photographer on the landscape only in the recorded images combine with an unsettling soundscape to provide a visceral representation of the psychological experience of depression and recovery in Pamela Falkenberg and Jack Cochran’s film poem of The Shadow by Lucy English