Patrick Wang – A Bread Factory, Part One (2018) (HD)

After 40 years of running their community arts space, The Bread Factory, Dorothea and Greta are suddenly fighting for survival when a celebrity couple–performance artists from China–come to Checkford and build an enormous complex down the street catapulting big changes in their small town. Read More »

Gurvinder Singh – Anhey Ghorhey Da Daan AKA Alms for a Blind Horse (2011)

From nfdcindia.com:
Gurvinder Singh’s first Punjabi feature film Anhey Ghorhey Da Daan based on Punjabi novelist and Jnanpeeth Award winner Professor Gurdial Singh’s novel tries to bring to screen the effect that years of subordination can bring to struggling masses in the face of events spinning beyond their control. Devoid of the power to change course of their own destiny and the invisible violence of power equations. AGDD reflects the simmering discontent etched on their faces.

The film was nominated as the Top Ten Best Films of the World in 2011 by the US Journal Film Comment!. Read More »

Christopher Kirkley – Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai AKA Rain The Color Of Blue With A Little Red In It (2015)

Starring guitarist Mdou Moctar, Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai (English: “Rain the Color of Blue with a little Red in it”) is a feature length fiction film, shot entirely in Agadez, Niger with a local cast and crew. Akounak tells the universal story of a musician trying to make it “against all odds,” set against the backdrop of the raucous subculture of Tuareg guitar. The protagonist, real life musician Mdou Moctar, must battle fierce competition from jealous musicians, overcome family conflicts, and endure the trials of love – all while coming to terms with one of the biggest barriers: himself. Read More »

Nikias Chryssos – Der Bunker (2015)

A young student seeks quiet and solitude to focus on an important work but ends up as the teacher of a peculiar boy who is home-schooled by his parents in an isolated bunker mansion. THE BUNKER is a dark, twisted, and funny tale about childhood, growing up and education. Read More »

Marcelo Gomes – Estou Me Guardando Para Quando O Carnaval Chegar AKA Waiting for the Carnival (2019)

A small town in the Brazilian outback is considered the nation’s capital of jeans. It’s also a microcosm that depicts modern day capitalism and its transgressions. Read More »

Mads Brügger – St. Bernard Syndicate AKA The Saint Bernard Syndicate (2018) (HD)

Subversive satirist Mads Brugger’s latest is an odd-couple comedy about the pitfalls of striking out into the economic frontier; it charts two hapless Danes’ scheme to sell Saint Bernards to China’s rising middle class. Read More »

Alix Delaporte – Le dernier coup de marteau AKA The Last Hammer Blow (2014)

A 13-year old boy who lives with his single sick mom in a trailer near the beach, comes in contact with the father he never knew when the man performs as a conductor at the local music theater. Read More »