Jelena is a Serbian photojournalist on an investigative editorial team in Belgrade that campaigns for democratic rights. The atmosphere around her has been threatening for some time and she is increasingly becoming a target of right-wing extremist groups. When one day the editorial office is violently attacked and even her daughter Lara is threatened, Jelena decides to leave the country, leaving her lover behind. In Germany soon she experiences increasingly strong hostility and threats, too.
Student Short Film
Death won’t tear us apart
Carmen (80) and her wife Nina (78) struggles to finish their homemade rocket, in their attempt to reach the speed of light and live forever. But when Carmen suffers from a heart attack, they realize their time is soon up. Either they leave now, or death will come for them.
As our world becomes louder, songbirds are forced to adapt, but they are reaching their limit and are at risk in the city.
Several years after her grandfathers had passed away, a young woman recollects her memories of them.
Two boys played poker after a boring afternoon class. The unintentional body touch and eye interaction touched one of the boys……A dream about emotional enlightenment keeps appearing.
This film is conceived of the "straight crush" plot in which young gays are obsessed with heterosexual men in their exploration of sexual orientation. It combines a variety of touch-related art mediums, trying to use the concepts of touch and gaze to describe the common experiences and memories of gay growth.
Filmmaker Tomas Ponsteen was adopted from Brazil and does not feel the need to search for his biological mother. Since revelations about adoption abuses, he wonders to what extent his choice not to search is without obligation. Is it a moral duty of every adoptee to search his or her biological mother?