Marianna Economou
When tomatoes met Wagner
Do tomatoes taste better when they listen to the music of Richard Wagner? Elias, a small farming village in central Greece, is dying out. But with a little help from Wagner’s music, the villagers export their little jars with organic tomato re
Victor Kossakovsky
AQUARELA takes audiences on a deeply cinematic journey through the transformative beauty and raw power of water. Filmed at 96 frames-per-second, the film is a visceral wake-up call that humans are no match for the sheer force and capricious wi
Oleg Tcherny
Oleg Tcherny’s Films
Screening 1 The projection has begun The Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben lives in Venice. For him it is the only European city which hasn’t turned into a museum or a citadel of imaginary
Elsa Kremser,  Levin Peter
Space dogs
Laika, a stray dog, was the first living being to be sent into space and thus to a certain death. According to a legend, she returned to Earth as a ghost and has roamed the streets of Moscow ever since. Following her trace, and filmed from a d
Daniel Zimmermann
In the forest of the Catholic Monastery of Admont in Austria a fir tree is felled and processed into planks of wood. By train, truck, boat and finally by hand, the stack is transported to a mysterious destination right in the heart of the Braz
Laila Pakalniņa
A film about a plastic spoon and a society that has reached a high level of development – oil is being retrieved from subterranean depths, transported to processing plants, turned into plastic, transported to another plant, where it acquires
Olga Sommerová
Jiří Suchý - tackling life with ease
Theatre personality, musician, poet, writer, graphic artist, collector, self-professed clown, eternally young in spirit – all this is Jiří Suchý, one of the key figures of Czech cultural scene over the last six decades. He has put on 97 p
Artemio Benki
Martín P. is a young Argentinean piano virtuoso and composer. For four years since his breakdown he has been a patient of El Borda, the largest and the most notable but also controversial psychiatric hospital in Latin America. The child prodigy
Sebastiano d'Ayala Valva
Giacinto Scelsi. The first motion of the immovable
When Sebastiano d’Ayala Valva was 10 years old, his father played him music by his cousin, the composer Giacinto Scelsi. He found it frightening. Now he attempts to penetrate the world of a composer who remained obscure for many years and whos
Petter Sommer,  Jo Vemund Svendsen
The men’s room
Every Tuesday twenty-five tattooed middle-aged men take a break from their everyday lives to meet and drink beer, tell bad jokes and sing dirty rock songs. They have landed their biggest gig ever – warming up for Black Sabbath. But one of them

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