2011-2020

Tonia Mishiali – Pause (2018)

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Elpida, a middle-aged housewife, is trapped in the misery of an oppressive loveless marriage, with a man who has no consideration for her feelings and needs. Her monotonous life is disrupted when a young painter is employed to paint the building she lives in. Her imagination then starts to flourish as she is confronted with her unquenchable desires, her body and the husband she has no love for. After he sells her car without her consent, she becomes vindictive and violent towards him, but her perception of reality is questioned when she has no recollection of events that actually happened. Read More »

Daniel Raim – Ozu & Noda (2019)

A documentary by Daniel Raim on Yasujiro Ozu’s relationship with longtime screenwriter Kogo Noda. Read More »

André Marques – Luminita (2013)

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Two brothers, who haven’t spoken in years, meet at their mother’s funeral where they must deal with their mourning family, their obligations as sons and their own feelings of loss. Read More »

Matthew Porterfield – Take What You Can Carry (2015) (HD)

Synopsis
A character study as well as a meditation on communication, creativity, and physical space, Take What You Can Carry is a picture of a young woman seen through the interiors she occupies and the company she keeps. A North American living abroad, Lilly aspires to shape an intimate and private place of her own while connecting to the world around her. When she receives a letter from home, it provides the conduit she needs to fuse her transient self with the person she’s always known herself to be. Read More »

Damien Manivel – Le parc (2016)

Quote:
Summer time. Two teenagers, a boy and a girl, have their first date in a park. Hesitant and shy at first, they soon discover each other, get closer as they wander, and end up falling in love. But as the sun goes down, it is time to separate… And a dark night begins. Read More »

Jodie Mack – Dusty Stacks of Mom: The Poster Project (2013)

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Interweaving the forms of personal filmmaking, abstract animation, and the rock opera, this animated musical documentary examines the rise and fall of a nearly-defunct poster and postcard wholesale business; the changing role of physical objects and virtual data in commerce; and the division (or lack of) between abstraction in fine art and psychedelic kitsch. Using alternate lyrics as voice over narration, the piece adopts the form of a popular rock album reinterpreted as a cine-performance. Read More »

Julian Radlmaier – Ein proletarisches Wintermärchen AKA A Proletarian Winter’s Tale (2014)

Three Georgians have to clean a castle where an arms manufacturer’s art collection is on exhibit. They aren’t welcome at the opening party and are banished to the attic, but downstairs the splendid buffet attracts them. Why not just ignore the unfair prohibition and cross the line of class society? Read More »