Inspired by Joan of Arc, Johanne follows a day in a life of the eponymous heroine. While set in medieval fantasy town, it explores the very current and urgent theme of preserving one’s humanity while struggling against inhumane environment, from modern feminist perspective.
Two little creatures discuss possible travel plans to Hong Kong. As they talk to each other, their thoughts are animated above their heads.
The experiences of a young girl help to focus attention on some psycho-social aspects of the venereal disease problem. Written and directed by Rolf Forsberg (maker of Parable, Stalked, Ark, One Friday).
A three minute summary of a guided charter trip by bus to the mountains of Crete.
In his Miami studio, built as a solar observatory, a famous painter lives alone, without a wife or children. His only obsession is to paint at dawn. But for some unknown reason, as he prepares to finish his last canvas, that morning the sun does not rise.
When he understood it was all a dream. He decided to stay until eternity, darker since you died.
Jake Blues, just released from prison, puts his old band back together to save the Catholic home where he and his brother Elwood were raised.
Wallace rents out Gromit's former bedroom to a penguin, who takes up an interest in the techno pants created by Wallace. However, Gromit later learns that the penguin is a wanted criminal.
A short film by Ryan Sutton exploring the concept of changing yourself so much to the point that there is sadly no return.
A documentary about women in the punk rock scene in Europe.
A down-and-out painter strikes up an unlikely partnership with a streetwise thief, but things are complicated when one falls for the other.
California Institute of the Arts student Madeline Sharafian created 'Omelette', an animated short film that centers on making food for someone you love. The short features a little dog and an overworked owner who can barely cook himself an omelette.
An omnibus of 42 short films by auteur directors based on Dreams.
In times of crisis, how will be this season for Santa Claus?
Mother and daughter walk in a medieval landscape. To the reports of romantic fantasies of her mother's adolescence, the daughter responds with deep annoyance. Helmut has the peculiarity of being a film about family, made among family. The young protagonist also signs the film, along with her father, creating a(n) (almost musical) comedy, a very special film about the generational conflict.
Selma, a Czech immigrant on the verge of blindness, struggles to make ends meet for herself and her son, who has inherited the same genetic disorder and will suffer the same fate without an expensive operation. When life gets too difficult, Selma learns to cope through her love of musicals, escaping life's troubles - even if just for a moment - by dreaming up little numbers to the rhythmic beats of her surroundings.
Two lines of workers, pulling a steamroller, somewhere in the streets of Saigon, Vietnam (nowadays, Ho Chi Minh City).
Juan arrives in Madrid with the intention of succeeding as a singer. With the only company of his guitar, he goes from club to club asking for work.
Elle, 78, doesn't like Sámi people—even though she is Sámi. Pressured by her son, she returns north for her sister's funeral. When she realizes he's planned for them to stay with their relatives, Elle checks into a hotel.
A young man named Sherman survives the apocalypse in a soviet-style alternate reality and when trying to find his place outside an isolated city, gets stuck in an underground bunker.