Sector and Soft Power use choreography as a metaphor for cohesion and division respectively.
Film theorist and documentarian Andrea Slováková explores the matrix of industrial interdependencies.
In his most ambitious animation to-date, Dalibor Barić explores the limits of formal and narrative experimentation.
A Hungarian film infused with philosophical obsessions with decay and Ana Hušman’s latest work both dwell upon what is absented from vision.
I, Olga Hepnarova is a masterfully shot slow-burner about an unlikely murderer.
Rohan Crickmar closely examines recent developments in Poland's comedy landscape, and wonders why they are largely unknown to international audiences.
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