1. SlottsbiografenWednesday, 26 October 21:00

  2. SlottsbiografenFriday, 28 October 11:00

  3. SlottsbiografenSaturday, 29 October 15:00


Home is Not Here is the story of two children who are stuck in a paper town near a cold Northern shore. The sea shares its secrets with the children. Although the village is stuck in the past, the children want to escape.


Jus soli: the principle that a person’s citizenship at birth is determined by the place of birth. The film questions and probes Britain’s attitude towards its black population, placing it in the wider context of what it means to be British.


In 1994, a young Bosnian refugee family gets a residence permit and ends up in a small village in the Netherlands. Absurd situations arise as they try to make this new world their home.


Crystal Lake is about a group of girls who take over a skate park, forming an all-female force field on the half pipe. There on the ramp, with no boys around, they are thriving and visible. This is an anthem for young feminists, it presents female friendship as a means to survive adolescence.


Six-year-old Nirin and his two younger brothers have been promised a trip by their mother. But the journey doesn’t go the way Nirin had imagined.


Rita lives in a small house in the middle of the desert. She constantly tries to run away to find the man who abandoned her but her sister Saida always stops her. One day, weary of this game, Saida decides to go with Rita instead. Together they embark on a journey through the Venezuelan desert in search of answers.


A trip on an Indigenous-owned train line in northern Québec, shot in exquisite black and white, becomes an eloquent symbol of the pride and dignity that come with autonomy.