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When Salomon discovers a giant submarine on a beach, he accidently releases its fanatical German crew who have long since passed the age of retirement...
Sophie is on an emotional rollercoaster as she awaits her hospital results which will tell if the cancer has spread or not. But during these uncertain times, Sophie realizes she loves life.
A determined amphibian sea-creature wants to venture into the human world. Her dream of evolving into the perfect individual is so strong that she overcomes the physical boundaries of her fish-body and transforms into a human being.
In this coming of age story, an ambitious 20-year old (Olaf) tries to arrange a big birthday party for his father who is suffering from early onset Alzheimer’s.
A space-time traveler traverses dimensions of matter and energy.
In We’re All Here artist Beny Wagner channels feelings of inexplicable loss and yearning for something unknown.
A densely textured documentary about a film-maker making a film about the famed German author Karl May. The film weaves through a mixture of stop motion animation, found footage and interviews that itself is enough to generate sensory Wanderlust.
The ecological residential area EVA-Lanxmeer in Culemborg in The Netherlands serves as a background for a visual love story about an architect and his client.
The family of the elderly Wil can’t accept her final wish.
An over-zealous hunter frolics explosively through the peaceful woods.
A destructive aggression is festering inside 19-year-old Gijs, something he must learn to contain as his life begins to spiral out of control.
Several bottles of wine later, three girls roll out of a car and into a nightclub. Inside, they get into a row which results in a massive bar brawl. But even when they end up in jail, there is no end to the festivities...
A journey into the economic unconscious—which is now collective and digital.
In the northernmost point of Europe, for two months a year the sun does not rise above the horizon.
Pepe and her little bird friend Luco go door-to-door to sell homemade cookies and flowers. They want to use the money to get delicious ice cream from Baba's truck.
Riots roar and explosions ignite. Inside,10-year old Sara's songs are carried into the wind of a fan as her pregnant mother and mysterious aunt struggle with tradition and modernity. Through her senses, Sara creates a world of songs and stories.
A 7-minute cinematic journey that interrogates our relationship with words, set in a post-factual universe. As a series of dystopian urban scenarios unfold, words materialize as strange autonomous entities.