A Film by Adrian Sitaru
2011 - Romania - Drama - 2.35 DCP - 102 min.
with Bogdan Dumitrache , Nataşa Raab , Alina Grigore & Marian Râlea
Produced by Ada Solomon
Alex, in his mid-thirties, is a quite neurotic character. When his mother is hospitalized with a stroke, the caring son’s life gets out of track. At the hospital he finds himself in a burlesque kind of human zoo full of unexpected characters and surprising events. Trying to manage the situation in between everybody’s advice, he’s becoming hypochondriac. While his mother seems to feel perfectly fine Alex is making his
own set of mistakes – throughout with best intentions.
Film Festival 2011
Film Festival 2012
A film by Maha Haj
2016 - Israel - Comedy/Drama - 1.85 - 90 min.
In Nazareth, an old couple lives wearily to the rhythm of the daily routine. On the other side of the border, in Ramallah, their son Tarek wishes to remain an eternal bachelor, their daughter is about to give birth while her husband lands a movie role and the grandmother loses her head ... Between check-points and dreams, frivolity and politics, some want to leave, others want to stay but all have personal affairs to resolve.
Who We Were
A film by Marc Bauder
2021 - Germany - Documentary - 2.39 - 114 min.
WHO WE WERE observes the current state of the world, accompanied by six intellectuals and scientists who reflect on the present and postulate about the future. Director Marc Bauder follows his interviewees into the depths of the ocean, to the top of the world, and out into the far reaches of space. Together, they explore the incredible capabilities of the human brain, a global economic summit, the legacy of colonisation, and the feelings of a robot.
A film by Danielle Arbid
2015 - France - Drama - 1.85 DCP - 119 min.
The 90’s. Lina, 18, arrives to Paris for her studies. She is looking for what she can’t find in her home country Lebanon: a taste of freedom. Lead by her natural instinct for self-preservation, she experiences different sides of the Parisian jungle and becomes conscious of her own place. Because when you are 18, your dream is to embrace the world - not just one boy...