1. Find a reassuring explanation for a bout of sleeplessness: the eating of white turnips. 2. Observe the mechanisms of passion. 3. Escape inadequate ideas. This is the story of a break-up. In the second film of Rachel Lang’s trilogy, Ana is trying to break up with her long-distance boyfriend. Nothing is really wrong with the relationship, but nothing is really right about it either.
Young soldiers from previous wars are roaming through the woods. In interviews, they share war memories they cannot possibly have experienced themselves but which have taken root in their memory. Thus, the connections between war and spectacle, history and representation, reality and imagination unfold.
This might be the beginning of a very long story, where spirits and humans meet each other to learn what there is to life after the end of war.
Anouck is a resigned girl, torn between two loves, two violences: her man, an attractive watchdog, and her little brother, a mad young pup. The night of the boy’s 18th birthday, this delicate triangle explodes, and Anouck’s revolt is on its way.
Santa is capitalist. He brings toys to the rich kids and sweatshirts to the poor ones.
Going on a safari is a dream for many. For middle-aged couple Linda and Troyer, it turns into a horribly real adventure when they get left behind in the wilderness.
This film wants to break the boundaries of the stereotypical concept of femininity. To that end, the director returns to her childhood where she starts questioning herself about her short hair, missing bikini top, and reckless tree climbing.
A hunter’s son falls asleep counting the jumping deer. One of them gets shot, one bleeds a little, another one limps away from the meadow. And the antlers grow and grow on the boy’s head, puncturing the pillow each night. The film is a horror fairytale about instincts.
A choreographic film about a human possessed by the Earth, love, and money.
Forced to return to his naturist roots, Willy bungles his way into nobel savagery.
Meet Emiliana, a loving mother who struggles every day with her rough environment – a Bolivian mining camp.
A thief has stolen animals from the Zoo and embarked them on his boat.
Children and animals are changing states to illustrate the way one can sense one’s own body, under the eyes of others and through one’s own gaze.