Birds are Singing in Kigali

In their last joint project, directing duo Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze return to the Rwandan genocide against the backdrop of the current rise of the right.

Little Crusader

Václav Kadrnka’s crafty feature is a visual meditation on the Crusades.


Valeska Grisebach challenges classic East-West cultural imperialist hierarchy.

My Happy Family

This Georgian Berlinale entry tells the story of a family woman and her sudden urge to live an independent life.


Polish-Swiss filmmaker Greg Zglinski communes with the spirits of the dead in his feature Tiere.


Tereza Nvotová takes on the sensitive issue of rape.

Requiem for Mrs. J

Bojan Vuletić’s feature offers a bleak vision of post-Yugoslav reality.

A Prominent Patient

Július Ševčík returns to Czech cinema’s favorite, historical theme: the 1938 Munich agreement.

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