Director Abner Benaim's ambitious project to recreate the 1989 invasion of Panama through personal recounts and fictionalised reconstructions confronts the reliability of non-fiction filmmaking as well as questioning human remembrance and the collective memory of a country.
An autobiographical portrait of a 40-year-old artist living with schizophrenia, who under the guidance of co-director Damir Čučić undergoes several years of “film therapy”.
In the crystal clear waters off the coast of Borneo, Alexan is teaching his 10-year-old nephew, Sari, everything he knows, from ancient dangerous diving techniques to his tribes wisdom about the underwater world.
Summer Pasture is a very modern love story set in an ancient culture. The film deftly captures a young couple’s domestic life with humour and empathy; while also showing how the lure of modern life threatens centuries of tradition.