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On the “Grande Adamante,“ a house boat on the Seine, patients from a Parisian psychiatric facility come by and do activities togethers. It‘s a space they can co-organise and shape. read more

In his later films, Aki Kaurismäki is not a director of melancholy and loss, but of hope and return. In his films people get a second chance, sometimes even a second life. read more

In 2018, Balkrishna Doshi was the first Indian architect to win the Pritzker Prize, the Nobel Prize for Architecture. His modernist architecture influenced by Corbusier is full of lightness and humanism. read more

Hercule Poirot investigates a murder which may have been committed by ghosts. read more

Matt (Liam Neeson) was meant to quickly drive his children to school, but a morning marital dispute isn‘t his biggest worry: someone put a bomb under his seat. read more

ORLANDO is a small queer film jewel that makes you want a rebellious and free future with its sheer existence and esprit. read more


Hou Hsiao-Hsien‘s portrait of young people in Taipei with no prospects at the turn of the century premiered in Cannes. Two decades later, it shines in new splendour. read more


Björn and Luise, a reserved Danish couple with a small daughter, are visiting their vacation acquaintances, the extroverted Dutch couple Patrick and Karin. While there, they are exposed to small but gradually escalating transgressions. read more

John and Levi experience a seemingly supernatural phenomenon in Levi‘s shabby apartment. They decide to make a documentary in order to sell it to Netflix and become rich. read more

ANHELL69 is a film that was never made about young, beautiful, queer people from Medellín, about a country and a generation that doesn‘t know peace. The recipient of the Golden Dove at the documentary festival DOK Leipzig in 2022. read more


Sequel/reboot to THE EXORCIST with Ellen Burstyn read more

1988 in Newcastle, northern England: Jean (Rosy McEwen) is a lesbian PE teacher while the Tory act “Section 28“ bans the “promotion of homosexuality“ at schools and other public institutions. read more

Stephen Frears directs the true story of how Richard III‘s body was found under a parking lot in Leicester in 2012 due to the dogged research of hobby archeologist Philippa Langley (Sally Hawkins). read more

Eleanor is a young patrolwoman of the Baltimore Police Department who is plagued by suicidal thoughts. FBI chief investigator Lammark believes she is predestined to hunt down a disturbed criminal – due to her dark tendencies, she is capable of ... read more

Ex special forces soldier Mason Pettis is meant to accompany journalist Claire Wellington in an interview with his dictator in a fictional Latin American country. read more


In Japan, the government has developed a plan of action to clamp down on the aging society: in “Plan 75,“ people older than 75 can apply for assisted suicide. The government takes care of everything else and there‘s a one-time payment. read more

DOGMAN deals with a similar brand of incel teen misanthropy as Todd Phiillip‘s JOKER (2019), but approaches it in a less serious and thereby more honest way. read more