Tomasz Wolski,  Anna Gawlita
For a musician with absolute pitch each performance in front of the audience is a lesson and an attempt to confront great predecessors. At the 12th International Music Festival “Chopin and his Europe” we look at art
Ladislav Kaboš
The band
This creative cinematographic story chronicles the birth of the Gypsy Band “Lomnické Čháve” in difficult social circumstances of a Roma settlement in Eastern Slovakia. It is a powerful story of hope and desire, full
Jörg A. Hoppe,  Heiko Lange,  Klaus Maeck
B-movie: lust & sound in West Berlin 1979 – 1989
Marc Reeder from Manchester, fascinated by West Berlin, moved there at the end of the 70s. He filmed the urban jungle of the divided city. B-MOVIE is both a video diary and a retro collage of the unpredictable, chao
Laetitia Carton
The grand ball
 It’s the story of a ball. A big ball. Every summer more than two thousand people come from all over Europe to a small town in the French countryside. During seven days and eight nights people dance
Nathaniel Kahn
The price of everything
Exploring the labyrinth of the contemporary art world, THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING examines the role of art and artistic passion in today’s money-driven, consumer-based society. Featuring collectors, dealers, auctioneer
Roberts Rubīns
A line into infinity
The documentary A LINE INTO INFINITY is a story about the talented ballet dancer Alexei Avechkin, revealing his creative quest, defeat and inspiration on his way from Brest to Minsk in Belarus and later to Riga, wh
Andrey Paounov
Walking on water
WALKING ON WATER follows internationally renowned artist Christo on his quest to realize "The Floating Piers", originally conceived in 1970 in collaboration with his late wife Jeanne-Claude. In 2016, seven years af
Miroslav Janek
Universum brdečka
LEMONADE JOE, THE MYSTERIOUS CASTLE IN THE CARPATHIANS, ADELE’S DINNER... These and other Czech hits are linked by one name: Jiří Brdečka (1917 – 1982). Screenwriter, author and illustrator, he worked with Jiří Trnk
Claire Pijman
Living the light – Robby Müller
Robby Müller is one of the few people in the world who knows how to play the sun. How to strike its beams like chords. The director Claire Pijman had access to the thousands of Müller’s Hi8 video diaries, pictures a
Andrey Osipov
Parajanov Tarkovsky Antipenko. Light and shadow
This poetic cinematic essay in Arseny Tarkovsky’s verse is dedicated to the lives and works of three outstanding artists of cinema – Sergei Parajanov, Andrei Tarkovsky and Aleksandr Antipenko.