This creative documentary tests genre conventions only to lose its way.
Laila Pakalniņa constructs an experimental documentary around the serial production of plastic spoons.
Laila Pakalniņa discusses the approach to and rhythm of her project, and shares her thoughts on the need to disappoint sometimes.
A movie projectionist and his work-place compete for the center spot in this ambivalent documentary from Ukraine.
Ukrainian filmmaker Yuriy Shylov speaks about the main idea behind his film, and explains how it relates to current happenings in Ukraine.
Antonio Lukich’s My Thoughts Are Silent (Moi dumki tikhi, 2019)
A sound engineer, his mother, and a mysterious duck are the three protagonists of this image-driven road movie.
How do you make sense of a loved one’s daily life in a parallel universe?
Teona Strugar Mitevska’s God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya (Gospod postoi, imeto i’ e Petrunija, 2019)
A woman's spontaneous participation and triumph in an all-male Epiphany event spells trouble.
Raykova explains how she found her film's setting and themes, how she settled on its aesthetics, and what it is like to film a predominantly male environment as a woman.
Hristiana Raykova portrays a communal bath's group of frequent visitors in Varna, Bulgaria.
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