Isolated in the wilderness, an old miner deals with the loss of his wife. The old man washes himself in a lake using the melting water of the ice that has preserved her body. The gesture is a ritualized way of dealing with her loss and honouring her existence.
How do you cope with a sexual orientation that’s considered morbid by society and by yourself? Three selfconscious, highly-educated paedophiles give merciless insight into their experiences. This documentary reveals the complex emotions and ethical challenges that these men struggle with.
An artfully assaultive assemblage of Hollywood studio logos, Johann Lurf’s film is a disorienting repurposing of the iconography of corporate media branding and imagistic excess. Stealing and fragmenting elaborate Hollywood logos, whose bombastic self-importance has ruined the beginning of many a film, Lurf creates his own CG spectacular in defiance of the corporate intellectual-property enclosures.
Aka Hansen ponders her mixed heritage by posing well-struck questions about how others perceive her, which in contrast to the filmic symmetry suggests that identity cannot be split neatly in half.
It’s been five years since the boss closed down the company, laying off 300 workers. He is out for a run when he meets one of them.
Ukraine, summer 2014. War is an atmosphere rather than a collection of cold facts. As we visit all layers of society through music and poetry, we are made to feel what it is like when your country is in an unwinnable conflict .