Directed by Cengiz Akaygün The world is not threatened by evil people, but by those who permit evil.
Directed by Dennis Cahlo Surprises with its honest approach and tenderly told story of a man who has just come at the end of a relationship only to find himself fall in love with another woman, a drug addict.
Directed by Tia Salisbury Enchants and uplifts with its sense of humour, delightful characters and engaging story.
MAIN COURSE DIVORCE
Directed by Peter Stilla Interesting to watch and has the power to make the audience think and reconsider their beliefs on marriage and divorce.
Directed by Matheus Leite Films portraying extreme violence are difficult to watch and truly like.
Directed by Kate Cheeseman Biographical movies aren’t all the time appealing to the public, but this one in particular we strongly believe it will be a great success.
A SHADOW OF DARA
Directed by Kirill Proskura Strong, intense and it's got all the right ingredients: plot, turning point, clash of interests/wants, complex characters and well delineated worlds.
BETWEEN THE SCREENS
Directed by Mia Ginaé Human contact becomes a more and more prized possesion
Directed by Simone Bozzelli Simone Bozzelli’s project is a thoughtful, well-constructed and intelligent film that manages to constantly ooze a sense of unease.
Directed by Dev Gupta ‘Qissbah’ could very well be, with slightly more polish and refinement, a thoroughly memorable piece of cinema.
Directed by Peter Faint ‘Qissbah’ could very well be, with slightly more polish and refinement, a thoroughly memorable piece of cinema.
Directed by Sara Eustáquio Through ‘Mirror’, Sara Eustaquio has created two dense and thoughtful minutes of storytelling, with an overarching message that can be freely generalized and interpreted.
Directed by Simone Hooymans It makes the spectator think of the hustle and bustle of modern life, how everything seems to be going faster and he loses himself in the concrete jungle.