Album for the Youth
Pedro and Sol have just finished their last year of school and begin their vaca- tions. They dedicate their free time in summer to approach, little by little, tasks that perhaps one day will become their professions. Sol uses her piano lessons to review old musical recordings and prepares an exam for the music conservatory. Meanwhile, Pedro takes an interest in dramaturgy and starts a writing workshop without telling anyone. In these days shared with other young and adult people, Pedro and Sol watch. They are growing up, even without realizing it.
Jonas Brothers Family Roast
A comedy roast of the pop band Jonas Brothers includes sketches, songs, games, and special guests.
BLASÉ L.A. is about an ambitious teenager that moves to Los Angeles to complete his last year of high school and reconnect with his estranged father. While there, he creates a new identity for himself in order to run with the popular clique at the school. The film is a time capsule of the selfie-obsessed millennial cultured world of Los Angeles.
Men of Iron
Considered to be one of the best high school wrestling dynasties of all time, "Men of Iron" tells the story of the Walsh Jesuit Warriors and the coach who led them to national dominance.
A grim world is blessed by pre-modern man's wrath and it's beautiful light succumbs to the dark abyss of the neolithic reign of mother natures new conquerors, the Homo-Sapiens and their predecessors. Detailed thematic depictions of man's effects on earth and their ascent to dominance presented in short stop-motion animated segments fantasizing about the human race's beginnings and eventual domination of our world.
On the night that low-level gambler Daz Clemance is leaving Birmingham to start a crime-free life with his girlfriend in Spain, he is accused of fixing an illicit bareknuckle fight. Beaten, stabbed, and locked in a cupboard, Daz is left armed only with his phone and his wits. Will he escape from the locked and guarded room before his boss wreaks revenge?
High school students find their way in life at Las Delicias agrotechnical boarding school in the Argentine countryside. This striking coming-of-age film takes place against an inviting backdrop of fields of crops, greenhouses full of tomato plants, and the somewhat dilapidated school buildings, where dogs and chickens roam.
A gang of skater girls use newfound magic to save New York City from a coven of reptilian witches.
The One Who Runs Away Is the Ghost
Haohao and Zhouzhou, two sisters aged five and eight, spend most of their days at an electronics market in Shenzhen. A year earlier, as new immigrants to the city, their parents opened a shop on the market’s ninth floor. The girls’ gaze turns the soulless world of electronics into a universe full of monsters and ghost stories that make life more magical.
The Monster Among Us
In the Bagong Lipunan Negros Island, Philippines of 1985, a family of dumaan farmers and their community faces a brutal threat of the Amomonggo. While the community struggles for their rights and safety, the Magbuelas family is haunted by the tragic loss of their first-born Isio in Escalante and the trouble of preserving the childhood life of their remaining child Ani.
Christmas Down Under
Tightly wound Ellie flies to Australia and enlists the help of an Aboriginal Tour Guide and a YouTubefamous Uber driver to find her husband and his eclectic family, and along the way, find her true self. All before Christmas.
Songs for a Fox
Dainius, a young rock singer, locks himself away in a secluded country house surrounded by swamps. Hoping to meet his beloved in dreamland, the musician is eagerly assisted in his studies by a local boy exploited by moonshiners.
In 1978, Rocco "Rocky" Napoli takes control of the family's gambling business from father James "Jimmy Nap" Napoli. Jimmy Nap ran the largest numbers operation in the country for over thirty years. Members of the Genovese crime family, both were arrested in 1988 for the alleged murder plot of Jon Gotti and brother Gene.
Christmas on 5th Avenue
Eve, A Christmas loving professional wish granter, takes on the task of decorating the high-end condo for a reclusive writer who is spending the holidays out of town. But when the handsome writer turns out to be home for the holidays after all, Eve will have to pull out all her tricks to make him fall in love with Christmas all over again – and maybe find romance along the way.
A Kiss Before Christmas
Ethan, always the nice guy, wakes up in a new reality at Christmas. Initially, he is enthralled with his new life but soon realizes that it's not what he thought it would be.
Baking Spirits Bright
Mira Varma takes pride in her family's business of making fruitcakes, despite the decline in its popularity of once being America's most-gifted holiday confection. When Mira's parents decide to hire Brady Phillips and his high-powered marketing company to boost sales for the holidays, Mira must fight to hold on to the heart of the company she loves so much.
Who is Christmas Eve?
Eve Simonswas abandoned as an infant on the steps of a church 30 years ago on Christmas Eve. Now, struggling to move forward with her life, she embarks on a search to uncover the mystery of her birth with the help of her boyfriend Chris and famed investigative genealogist Pamela Slaton.
The Age of Innocence
A personal diary that also acts as a sentimental journey. Will the man-child that emerges from behind the camera be able to glimpse something of himself before growing to maturity? One of Enrico Maisto’s most intimate and enlightening films.
Fourteen-year-old Shabu is a good-natured, creative, and street-smart boy from the south of Rotterdam. When he wrecks his grandmother’s car on a joyride, his whole family is angry with him. He has a summer to make amends before his grandmother returns from a vacation in Suriname.
An affluent housewife plans to secretly leave her husband but must decide whether or not to take her two daughters with her.
The demonstrators on the streets of Moscow in July 2019 want just one thing: fair elections. Despite their peaceful protest, 2,700 activists are arrested and hundreds are injured. The active camera places the viewer at the heart of the demonstrations, among the pushing and shoving of the chanting crowds. “You should be protecting us!” shouts a young woman at a soldier, and two big men come and take her away.
Turn Your Body to the Sun
The incredible life story of a Soviet soldier of Tatar descent who was captured by the Nazis during WWII. Today, his daughter Sana is tracing the path of her silent father, trying to understand what made him the man she knew as a child, through his diaries, as well as various personal and public archives and registries. As she accompanies Sana in her journey, filmmaker Aliona van der Horst excavates film archives, to find traces of those millions of Soviet soldiers who were caught in the crossfire of fighting between dictators, who were there but were easily left out of the narrative of the global war.
The Dark Side of Green Energies
Faced with climate change, many countries have embarked on the energy transition. Since the COP21 in 2015, which set demanding targets for reducing greenhouse gases, green energies have been on the rise. The electric car has thus become the mascot of this revolution. But manufacturers remain discreet about the carbon footprint of their cars marked "zero emission". Because not only do they consume electricity that is not always clean, but they also consume rare metals such as cobalt or lithium, the extraction of which causes havoc on the other side of the world. In China, for example, champion of rare metals, in Heilongjiang province, a carpet of toxic dust covers agricultural regions.
Give Them Wings
'Give Them Wings' is based on the true story of severely disabled football fan Paul Hodgson.
How much control should we be able to exert on an unborn child—or on the body carrying an unborn child? To what extent should we be able to intervene in the reproductive process?
Portraits of the Future
When the pandemic first struck, Argentinian filmmaker Virna Molina was working on a documentary about the struggle for equal rights for female workers at the Buenos Aires subway. The project came to a standstill, but then Molina decided to go ahead with her film after all—however, it turned out very differently from the original plan.
The Treasures of Crimea
It was a fateful coincidence that in 2014, just when the Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam was staging an exhibition of Crimean artworks, Russia annexed the region. So now the question arises of who should the artworks be returned to? To the museums in Crimea who had been so kind as to loan them out? Or to Ukraine, perhaps, the country Crimea belonged to before the annexation? What should the museum’s director Wim Hupperetz do?
Museum of the Revolution
“The wind got up in the night and took our plans away,” reads the proverb in the opening titles of Museum of the Revolution. The words are a reference to the 1961 plan to build a grand museum in Belgrade as a tribute to Socialist Yugoslavia. It was supposed to “safeguard the truth” about the Yugoslav people. But the plan never got beyond the construction of the basement.