After their first joint project In The Blanks (2015), a short documentary shot in “empty London” in which images were set to the sound of a couple conversing about different topics, the directorial duo Hee Young Pyun & Oscar Jiajun Zhang is back with a film that explores another urban space with an unique eye.
The phenomena of Vissarion, the self-proclaimed Christ and “The Giver of Life” is one of the most fascinating stories in the modern history of religious cults
Schramm uses images and voices instead of the physical presence of people to highlight the void her father’s departure had left her, and her mother with.
Generational conflict stands in focus of the wonderfully accomplished debut feature length documentary ‘Les Enfants Terribles’ directed by the Turkish-born, Paris-based filmmaker Ahmet Necdet Cupur
Where Should We Go is a short documentary that packs its serious and interconnected subjects of Black History, institutional racism, ghettoisation and unequal opportunities, economic and otherwise, into a compact 11-minute format
‘Pluck’ is an inspirational documentary about one of the most prominent Korowai weavers, Jane Neshausen.
Unemployment, poverty and lack of education are the common denominators of Zinder’s Kala Kala district. Getting away from it is more of a concept than the possibility, as no one living there has the means of escaping.
In Mourning with Minari, Lee talks about the shared space of cinematic light, and asks, “Isn’t that what movies are for? To open ourselves to a bigger world and all of the people in it?”
Austrian documentarian Valerie Blankenbyl eschews taking sides, and although her take on the topic can ocasionally be read as a statement, she approaches the inhabitants of ‘The Villages’ with respectful curiosity.