After surviving three years as victims of sex trafficking, sisters Iris and Dulce recall their experience, reflecting on such topics as female companionship, re-meaning their bodies, and restoring dignity to their lives.
Filmmaker Erec Brehmer's world collapses when his longtime partner Angelina Zeidler dies in a car accident. Using personal videos, photos, voice messages, diary entries and music they shared, he creates ways of meeting and loving her again despite her absence. "We don't talk about the dead, even though that's the only thing we can still do" once someone is gone. And so, Who We Will Have Been is less a documentary and more a mode of communication with the deceased, where slow motion, reverse and soundbites taken in a totally different context suddenly give profound meaning and subtext. When Angi asks in a saved video "Am I still in time?" it resonates with deep, universal, spooky-action-at-a-distance significance. Do we still exist in time without a body and out of mind? Brehmer's powerfully emotional and absorbing meditation on living with loss recognizes that grief changes, but never really ends, like love.
Riki, a 10-year-old boy, runs away from home, following a mysterious emergency signal sent by a shiny stone. It takes Riki to the breathtaking parallel world of “Yourland” where science peacefully coexists with nature. The shining stone merges with Riki by hiding in his heart. It seems everybody in Yourland is eager to procure this treasure, as it is the core of Yourland’s power and owning it gives a great deal of influence. Who should Riki share his secret with? His new cheeky friend, Emma? Metal Man, the mighty robot? Tidling, a monkey general? We accompany Riki on his adventurous journey full of perils, traps and humor, to restore the stone – the “Heart of a Tower” – to its “nest”.
Three old friends, former members of the same biker gang, get together after many years for one last trip together. Time has passed but their friendship remains the same; and so does the sense of freedom in every mile.
Anthony Minghella’s beautiful, atmospheric production of Puccini’s tragedy returns to cinemas this summer in a stunning performance recorded live from the Metropolitan Opera in 2009. Soprano Patricia Racette stars as Cio-Cio-San, the trusting and innocent young geisha who disastrously falls in love with American Navy lieutenant B. F. Pinkerton, sung by tenor Marcello Giordani.
Zaida is an android created by Said, a lonely man, who designs her to resemble a real woman and become his partner. After sharpening her physical abilities, her creator will try to seduce her for the first time, generating in her the gentle awakening of her consciousness.
Water as a physical and metaphysical metaphor and background of human existence. A docu-fictional essay between the Brazilian Sertão-deserts and the Northern-German flood areas of Dithmarschen. Dramas and day-by-day-observations in times of climate change.
What if plastic could be integrated into sea life? Take a deep breath and dive into a world, where feelings of guilt dissolve amongst the mysterious depths of the ocean. A world where we encounter bizarre creatures and discover eerily beautiful landscapes. Unfortunately, our air doesn’t last forever and we have to realize that nature alone can't solve this issue.
Sohreyan Da Pind Aa Gya is an upcoming Punjabi movie scheduled to be released on 29 May, 2020. The movie is directed by Ksshitij Chaudhary and will feature Gurnam Bhullar and Sargun Mehta as lead characters.