short film

Hysteresis Robert Seidel

Ecce Homo in Machinas

AI: AI's disruption and flamboyant visuals converge in Hysteresis, blurring history's lines and challenging pattern recognition in art.
The Children of Leningradsky Hanna Polak, Andrzej Celinski

Capitalism: A global system

CAPITALISM: A look back at the homeless children of post-Soviet Russia.
Come on Pilgrim, a film by Marcy Saude

The Pilgrim Father’s hold

COLONIALISM: Slavery, conquest and questionable colonial motives.
Patarei, a film by Riho Västrik

A beautiful, claustrophobic sensory assault

PRISON: An experimental journey into the history of Estonia's notorious Patarei Sea Fortress.
Walls, a film by Andrei Kutsila

Next generation dissent

BELARUS: An insight into the emotions and psychology of Belarusian society, as uncertainty give way to anger.

The future place for human beings: a zoological garden

CONTROL: The Léa Rogliano and Pierre Hujoel Documentary What the Eye Doesn’t See is an inspiring work for extensive reflections.
Do Not Split, a film by Anders Hammer

Never really free

CONTROL: (Nominated for Oscar!) A brief, yet far-reaching, glimpse into the 2019 Hong Kong protests as demonstrations escalate into conflict.
Water Silhouettes-MTR-ChileDoc

The spiritual significance of water

ECOLOGY: Fresh from a competition screening at DOK Leipzig, Violeta Paus' short film is a haunting and lyrical look at water pollution and deprivation.
The Why Foundation-short films-MTR

Why? Food waste, reproductive rights, and claiming the ultimate truth

THE WHY: Three shorts made over the years that are just as relevant today.

A common humanity

LIFE: A timeless study of village life in the remote highlands of North-west Angola is both intimate and humorous.