ecology

Ecology, philosophy, life quality, existential

A Return To Utopia

With a moniker like ‘Modern Times’, it feels natural for us to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Sir Thomas More’s Utopia, published in 1516.

Alarming but hopeful future of the planet Earth

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio meets with scientists, activists and world leaders to discuss the dangers of climate change and possible solutions.

The artist’s talking head

World Premiere in Leipzig: A documentary positioned in the crossfire between a semen-squirting penis and milk-spouting breasts.

Letter to an unhappy painting

The daughter Sara Broos decided to make a documentary to get closer to her mum, the renowned Swedish painter, Karin Broos.

The dark continent

Psychiatry: How inaccessible – or open – is the human mind to others?

The female orgasm – what is it good for?

Peter Sloterdijk has written an important novel at a time where biological explanations for human actions have become the norm.

Are insects the new meat?

The insects we once regarded with disgust are now being touted as the solution to the world’s food shortages. Can insects really save the world?

Bergen’s World Theatre

BERGEN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL returns our global foresight and belief in the future. Here are two of the environmental films from Norway’s most important film festival.

Why Submit Ourselves?

Why submit ourselves?  Stefan Jarl asks in the documentary The Subjection. Why do we accept a life surrounded by danger – unnecessary hazards, which exist because someone profits from them?

Sex and metropolitan living

The metropolitan symphony 21 X New York portrays the iconic metropolis through 21 of its citizens, focusing on what to do or what not to do in a city that never sleeps.