Czech Allah

Zuzana Piussi’s documentary, in-competition at the One World film festival Prague, recounts the Czech refugee debate.

The Erlprince

Kuba Czekaj’s masterfully stylized feature is an eccentric coming-of-age-story.

Requiem for Mrs. J

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


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

When the Day Had No Name

Teona Strugar Mitevska dramatizes a recent, Macedonian hate-crime.

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