Erika Hníková’s Every Single Minute (Každá minúta života, 2021)
This documentary follows a couple's relentless quest to make their son successful.
A Chechen family's rags-to-riches story is taken with a grain of salt.
Miroslav Janek’s Normal Autistic Film (Normální autistický film, 2016)
This documentary by Miroslav Janek tries its best to normalize autism, and succeeds - for the most part.
Attila Till’s Kills on Wheels (Tiszta Szívvel, 2016)
In spite of its lighthearted style, Attila Till's action-comedy stays true to its bold ambitions.
Petr Oukropec’s In Your Dreams! (Ani ve snu!, 2016)
Petr Oukropec blends magical realism with a flashy sports theme in his unripe coming-of-age film.
Patricia Bass analyzes Andrei Kutsila’s documentary about a Belorussian refuge for the poor.
Patricia Bass saw Gustav Machatý’s 1932 feature about a woman's budding sexuality.
Amei Wallach’s Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: Enter Here (2013)
The 2013 documentary on Ilya and Emilia Kabakov’s work shows a struggle with questions of national, generational, and even ideological belonging.
Srdan Golubović's Circles artfully illustrates the questions and challenges of daily life once war is over.
Patricia Bass looks at a selection of short films by Karol Starnawski and Tomek Jeziorski.
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