Choir. Conductor. Kamēr…
A documentary about the famous youth choir’s Kamēr… journey to the Tolosa Choral Competition, at which the grand prize had to be won to qualify for the European Grand Prix for Choral Singing. Created by a member of the choir, the film offers unprecedented insight into the singers’ passion for music, loyalty among friends, and the overcoming of difficulties.
Studio 17: The Lost Reggae Tapes
A newly discovered treasure trove of tapes from Studio 17, or Randy's located in downtown Kingston Jamaica, is the starting point for this remarkable story about a Chinese Jamaican family who helped create the music we now know as reggae.
Land Without God
An intimate portrait of a family coming to terms with decades of institutional abuse and the impact it has had and is still having on their lives.
Stuart Iredale was born with Fragile X during the 1950s; a time when the disability was little know. At 60 years old Stuart was correctly diagnosed.
Heimat Is a Space in Time
Director Thomas Heise pics up the biographical pieces left by his family, and composes an epic picture of four generations of his family, of a country, of a century.
George Hilton – The World Belongs to the Daring
The life of one of the most famous leading-men of Italian popular cinema.
I Die of Sadness Crying for You
Spanish popular copla songs and their mighty female singers are the focus of this evocative film.
A documentary about the filmmaker Juan Pinzás.
An intimate portrait of a couple raising their child gender neutral.
Adults reflect on the experience of losing a parent at a young age.