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The 7 churches of the Apocalyse

Director Christophe Hanauer
Runtime 04:00:00
Completion Date:October 15, 2020

In the 1st century A.D., Asia Minor experienced a strong ideological revolution. What would become one of the greatest
world religions was challenging ancient pagan worship and the order established by almighty imperial Rome and spreading like wildfire across the whole Roman Empire:


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Hakawati, the last storytellers

Director Karim Dridi et Julien Gaertner
Runtime  52:00
Completion Date:2020-09-01

On board their tired van, Radi and Mounira – a 65 years old puppeteers’ couple - leave on their last tour in Israël and Palestine despite the disapproval of their family.


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While We Were [Locked Down]

Director Guillem Trius Soler
Runtime 17:05
Completion Date:Mar-2020

This short documentary focuses on the lives and activities of six essential professionals in the fight against the coronavirus. Through a chronology that goes from the first day of lockdown to the last, this journalistic piece brings the reflections and experiences of these workers closer to the public.


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Banach. Between Spirit and Matter

Director Wieslaw Saniewski  
Runtime 56:00
Completion Date:Jun-2020

Documentary film on great Polish mathematician Stefan Banach and using his works today for the world digitization. He lived in Lvov before and during the World War II, but his works are still in use. The film has been shot in Poland, Ukraina, USA and Sweden.




Director Algis  Arlauskas Pinedo
Runtime 41:00
Completion Date:Feb-2020

How and for what reasons do our beloved children turn into difficult adolescents? At what point does their maturity arrive and when do they recover the respect due to their parents? It takes a lifetime to answer these questions. Only cinema can make time disappear and a simple conversation between a father and son becomes a dialogue between generations.


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El abrazo del Pirineo

Director David Serón Esquiroz
Runtime 29:00
Completion Date:Jan-2020

Amadou is a young man from Pamplona who ventures for 42 days on a journey through the Pyrenees. Walking from the Basque Country to Cap de Creus with his educator helps him to discover a fundamental pillar in his life.


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Hara El kebira

Director Gilles Elie Cohen
Runtime 01:05:00
Completion Date:May 20, 2020

A Jewish village in southern Tunisia.

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Director Emine Demir
Runtime 52:35
Completion Date: March 28, 2020

The documentary '15 YIL' portrays the illegal arrest of the activist, writer and journalist Turgay Ulu. The then 23-year-old is accused of having participated in the armed liberation of a political prisoner. He spends 15 years in custody in Turkey without a court order. But Turgay, a political activist and convinced Marxist, also takes part in resistance practices in prison, especially against the violent introduction of the solitary confinement. 15 'YIL' is a film full of courage, love and solidarity.



Director Pawel Banasiak
Runtime 01:20:00
Completion Date:May 31, 2020

“Fortunata” is cinematographer Paweł Banasiak’s debut film about former model Ania Golędzinowska, a Polish woman living in Italy. For those who recognize her name from the media she may also be known as a “Catholic Celebrity”. Her story is one with twisting and winding roads, one where she begins as a girl who survived the legendary Italian parties from the “bunga-bunga” times and decides to trade this for a Monestary in Medjugorie, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Revealing through music

Director  Andras Solymos
Runtime 37:17
Completion Date:2020-08-20

Portrait of a movie composer : KRISHA LEVY. As a shy child, it is through the guitar, the piano that he does his social contact therapy. Passionate from cinema, he decided to become a composer of film music to can really express himself.




Director  Ekain Martinez de Lizarduy Sturtze
Runtime 30:25
Completion Date:2019-02-13

The scream that comes from the caves. He who listens, feels and sings. A language without words. The one that comes out from the bowels. The echo of our ancestors.
But since when is the irrintzi among us? Does it still exist in the 21st century?




Director  ane irazabal - cosimo caridi   
Runtime 01:05:00
Completion Date:2020-01-01

A quarter of the global population of school age live in war zones or disaster areas. Fewer than one in four under age refugees attends secondary school. Only one in twenty enrolls for university. Less than two per cent of global humanitarian aid is spent on education.
AWLAD is the story of four refugee children in four different countries and describes their daily struggle to obtain formal education.


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The Flame of Memory

Director  Rod Aloras  
Runtime 40:00
Completion Date:Oct-2020

Moved with the story of Holocaust Survivor David Galante, an Argentinan painter follows in his footsteps from his native Rhodes, passing through the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp until he reaches Buenos Aires.


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shade guzzling

Director  Ulrike Korbach
Runtime 27:00
Completion Date:Jan-2018

Anke Ames is an artist. In particular a musician. Accordion, violine, but mainly the viola. Her music polarizes by being improvised, an more an expression of her feelings than written for the entertainment of her audience. Likewise bulky is her poetry.

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Mujereando. The lament of a goddess

Director Carmen Tamayo Leo
Runtime 87:00
Completion Date:May-2020

A group of homeless women find the best of therapies in acting: a place where they bare their souls, manage to escape from their reality and gradually become empowered. In the weeks leading up to the premiere of their new play, we meet these goddesses, who have to face adversity on a daily basis, and who now face a new challenge: getting on stage and getting their message across through drama. Will they manage to get a standing ovation?


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Chronicles of the Volga

Director Didier Feldmann
Runtime 52:00
Completion Date:May 31, 2020

A man walks in Volgograd, ex Stalingrad, in November 2019 in the footsteps of one of his aunts who wrote a diary during the battle of Stalingrad in 1942/1943. He gives us his reflections on the Second World War and the role of the Soviets in the Victory against Nazism.




Director Catherine Mullins
Runtime 01:29:00
Completion Date:

Myriam Anouk and Alo have spent years seeking effective treatment within a mental health system that has medicated them but failed to address the roots of their suffering. Saving Minds captures their intimate stories as they navigate their way to recovery. With added insights from experts in the field, and the candid testimony of author Joanne Greenberg (I Never Promised You a Rose Garden), the film gives viewers a ringside seat as a new approach to mental health care emerges; one that moves beyond the biological-medical model towards a more therapeutic and empathetic approach that puts the patient first and uses medication cautiously.



Director Maurice Micallef
Runtime 29:57
Completion Date:February 10, 2019

Ferocious and devout.
And victorious colonizers.
The Normans with their unbridled desire for power and Christian fervor used every weapon in their arsenal to reshape Northern France, the British Isles, Southern Italy and Sicily as far as the Holy Land.

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Rodina Trip

Director Dmitry Vologdin
Russian Federation
Runtime 50:16
Completion Date:April 21, 2019

Bold documentary road movie. The true story called “Rodina Trip” begins in the remote northern village in Russia where people watch football only on TV. Uncle Sasha decides to go far away from home with his nephew Vanya for the first time in forty-eight years. They travel through the whole Russia – from its north to the south – to support their favourite football team at a match in Samara.

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Seven Thousand Souls

Director Sanjin Miric, MA
Czech Republic
Runtime 58:45
Completion Date:May 8, 2020

Serbia alone had lost a third of its entire population in the Great War, almost half its men.
This film talks about those that never returned home from the two biggest Austria-Hungarian prisoner camps on the territory of today's Czech Republic - Jindřichovice and Broumov.




Directors Marcia Rock, Naomi Guttman-Bass
United States
Runtime 01:05:00
Completion Date:May 8, 2020

UnReined is the story of an Nancy Zeitlin, an Israeli Equestrian champion who spent 10 years building the Palestinian Equestrian Team. Her personal life also reflects the turmoil of Israeli society; she married a Christian, an ultra orthodox Jew and then a Palestinian.


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Alaska Long Hunters

Director Mark Rose
United States
Runtime 59:11
Completion Date:February 27, 2020

This story follows the life of a young pilot who flew in Alaska’s frontier arctic. Experience the front-seat thrills of bush planes and helicopters operating in the most dangerous conditions on earth, airborne among the magnificent mountains, glaciers and rivers that only Alaska has to offer. Includes true-life experiences of accidents, comradeship, humor and heartbreak of life in early Alaska, gone forever when dismantled into parks in the 1980’s.



Runtime 45 minutes
Completion Date:2019 - September

The film "The pictures come at night" accompanies the former forced laborer Czeslawa Wölfel in her last months of life. The old lady lives in a retirement home near Bielefeld. It is difficult for her to come to terms with her new home. Nobody really has time. And certainly no time to listen. It would be worth listening to stories from more than 80 years of German-Polish life, in which only violence and unconditional love for their children were reliable figures.



Runtime 94 minutes
Completion Date:2020 - January

The film investigates the tricky question about electric vehicles, and its approach in the media. A 90min film that brought our team into the congolese cobalt mines, the middle of the Chilean desert and in the heart of cars we opened up to uncover the truth. The film also presents an innovation we developed with Swiss universities. We can offer an app to those who are interested, alongside watching the film. It contains all investigative sources used during the filming of the documentary.



Director Olivier Hespel
Runtime 01:38:06
Completion Date:November 20, 2018

In search of our fragile humanity in the ghostly desert of the Dead sea.


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RUACH (Spirit)

Director Adriana Man
Runtime 30:00
Completion Date:February 28, 2020

Ruach is Wind, is Breath, is Divine Breath, is Spirit ...
Ruaj is a documentary project to be carried out entirely in the State of Israel, by Argentines, Arabs and Israelis.
The Idea is to show, without political or religious inclinations, a Reality that the World does not know because it is not seen ... because it is not shown ... because ??


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Van Gogh

Director Ma Mingzhu
Runtime 01:53:00
Completion Date:June 9, 2020

The movie “Van Gogh” depicts the painful yet passionate life of the famous Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh between the age of 24 to 37.
Unlike the short documentary "Van Gogh" shot in 1947 by Alain Resnais, which had illustrated Van Gogh’s different life stages and major events through some of his most famous paintings, this film showcases Van Gogh's short, tragic yet extremely glorious life journey through a deep look into a large number of his paintings, sketches, manuscripts and exploration of his former residences.

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Father of a Broken Angel

Director Dhiney Ramos
Runtime 01:30:00
Completion Date:JJune 9, 2020

Mark Wijnen, a man like a million others on the planet. He works as a representative for a German cable company.
He is about to be a father and has his dreams and aspirations.
After the birth of Jasper, his son, his dream is threatened because Jasper suffers from strong epileptic seizures which compromise his existence.
Brain surgery is carried out. Mark's aspirations and desires shatter to pieces.

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Until the last drop

Director Tim Webster
United Kingdom
Runtime 20:20
Completion Date:June 1, 2020

In an occupied land where water is a privilege, two farmers working the same land face increasingly unequal opportunities.
The West Bank has been home to Palestinian communities like Al Hadidiya for generations. Since occupying it in 1967, Israel has made it increasingly difficult for communities like Al Haddidya to access, maintain and own water systems. Water shortages have critical impacts on agriculture, livestock and households, while an abundance of water allows families and businesses to thrive in illegal settlements.

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Diagnosing Healthcare

Director Paul Roberts
United States
Runtime 01:30:00
Completion Date:

A social-impact documentary that centers on health care reform. The intention of the film is to start a discussion and to spur debate about the future of health care. Through artistic footage, the film identifies the most problematic areas of the current mainstream health care system. Additionally, the film offers solutions in the form of fully developed, but relatively unknown, alternative health care plans. One such plan, developed by the film's creator (Paul Roberts), offers a 40% ($1.4 Trillion per year) cost-savings over the current cost of health care in America, while improving the care delivered. The film also features the merits of the Free-Market health care system. The solutions proposed in the film can be applied around the world as well. For this reason, the film is subtitled in 16 languages. The current COVID-19 pandemic highlights the contemporary relevance and importance of the film

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