Director Alexander Rakoyed
Completion Date: November 24, 2020
The Nuremberg Trials - the most important trial in the history of mankind.
It was an unprecedented trial by the International Military Tribunal that lasted from November 20, 1945 to October 1, 1946. Standing in the dock were Nazi war criminals who were tried for the crimes perpetrated against humanity during the Second World War.
They were judged by a fair court which resolutely condemned Nazism, the absolute evil of the past, present and future, and delivered its verdict without the right for mercy.
Dreams of Hope
Directors Henry Panion, David Macon
Completion Date: December 1, 2019
Dreams of Hope is a documentary-concert celebrating the power of music. Centered around Birmingham's historic Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, the city welcomes world-renowned Israeli violin maker Amnon Weinstein, founder of Violins of Hope, and his family. With acclaimed composer, arranger and conductor Dr. Henry Panion, III & Orchestra, Birmingham native Caitlin Edwards returns home to perform the world premiere of Dreams of Hope for Solo Violin & Orchestra on the Auschwitz Violin (circa, 1850), one of the many violins discovered and restored by Amnon Weinstein and his son Avshi from the infamous concentration camps of the Holocaust.
The new whistlers from Aas
Director Richard Martin-Jordan
Completion Date: December 1, 2019
We are in the atlantic pyrenees, at the bottom of the Ossau valley. The inhabitants of the hamlet of Aas communicate by whistling. They invented the whistling language. This language, whose origin has always remained a mystery, has almost disappeared. Today it's reborn thanks to the enthusiasm of some passionate whistlers.
Director Laure Protat
Completion Date: July 7, 2019
RIDE is a portrait of my younger brother of 16 years, Maxence, through his practice of freestyle scootering. In the skatepark of Antibes, in the French Riviera, from one winter to the next — and during the unexpected ordeal of an interminable summer —, I observed the adolescent faces and bodies of Maxence and his friends, the enigma of their metamorphosis, and tried to capture what “riding” expresses of their intimate desires.
Olivia, a beautiful daughter
that speaks another language
Director Pablo Navarro
Completion Date: Jul-2020
Olivia was born without cochlea, she is profoundly deaf.
Her parents and her family environment must find a way to communicate with her.
THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT.
FROM COLMENAR VIEJO TO THE ANTARCTICA
Director Jovi Maco
Completion Date: Jan-2017
The PROJECT ANTÁRTIDA COLMENAR was born in 2015
The project arises from the commitment that the municipality of Colmenar Viejo has with the environment and the landscape for its great ecological value and human well-being. This project has the ambition to participate in the generation of a global awareness of commitment and protection of the environment and the landscape by carrying out an expedition to Antarctica in which it will try to complete an ecological and human mission.
The Mother Language
Director lori Rolinski-Vignali
Completion Date: November 12, 2020
THE MOTHER LANGUAGE is a real portrayal of America during the last 4 months before the election of 2020, of real people confronting Covid and the effect it has had on each one of these people and the world that they live in. Of both sides of the candidate's supporters, Trump and Biden, of the days and events leading up to the election and the very real human emotions of people who were gracious enough to let me interview them about Covid, Trump and the future of America after Covid.
Seeking New Paths
Director Päivi Kapiainen-Heiskanen
Completion Date: April 25, 2020
This is a story of a Finnish woman entrepreneur Melina Holmberg who leaves her home farm and moves with four horses and two dogs to Spain to live.
This documentary film tell about the many sides of entrepreneurship, meaning of family and what is valuable for a human being. Before moving abroad Melina managed to fulfill many dreams like having a family with 3 children, moving to the countryside and starting a company of her own.
Director Carlotta Berti
Completion Date:November 1, 2020
In a boundless social housing estate built on Victorian ruins, a lonely ex-demolition worker and his neighbours must face the destruction of their homes to make space for luxury apartments. Shot over years with unprecedented access to the biggest “brutalist” social housing estate in the UK, Aylesbury Estate offers an intimate exploration of inhabitancy and loss, and the raw testimony of an irreversible social transformation of British society.
A letter to my Dad
Director ibrahim Selman
My father burdens me with an impossible task. I took that seriously because I was the direct cause of a blood-feud.
¡ La Macha !
Director Claudia Chabot
Completion Date:February 1, 2021
This documentary introduces Nadia upon a stretch of her journey, cycling with her partner Sébastien around the world, trading their art in exchange for their livelihood.
Director Christine Jezior
Completion Date:January 31, 2021
What happens to a relationship if a partner suddenly becomes severely disabled after an accident? For Gosia it is clear that she will stand by her boyfriend Tomek no matter what in order to let him live as normal and fulfilled a live as possible. But time and again she becomes painfully aware of her own limits, as well as of those of a society that talks a lot about inclusion but often does not seem to be ready for it. GOSIA@TOMEK is based on more than 3000 emails that Gosia has been writing to Tomek daily since his accident.