Sergei's beloved wife Yelena has passed away, and the bereaved husband is inconsolable. He remains obsessed with pictures of Yelena and with a braid of her hair that he has saved. Based on the novel Bruges-la-Morte by Georges Rodenbach.
A young cleaning woman in a boarding-house relieves the drudgery of her job by daydreaming that a foreign student at the house, who she believes is interested in her, is actually a wealthy nobleman who sweeps her off on a romantic journey.
Axèle is a photographer, Camille is a writer. They meet when they are both awarded a year’s residency at the Villa Medici in Rome. Camille is accompanied by her husband Marc Landré, an acclaimed author. When their marriage becomes curiously competitive, Camille becomes close to Axèle. But who is Axèle really? A committed, uncompromising artist who identifies with her work? Or the ghost of the Villa? From their year at the Villa Medici, where bodies and minds are liberated, no one will emerge intact.
Film as daydream. A daydream on film. "Daydreams are the bittersweet ability to see how things would be if, rather than fantasizing, you actually did something." Made in collaboration between filmmakers Susanne Ullerich and Helga Geng with a score by Cory Vielma.
Cazibe (Hale Soygazi) is a woman in her late thirties, who has never got married or had a relationship with a man in her life. She lives with her old mother (Suna Selen) and her uncle (Macit Koper) who feels an attraction towards her. The only thing which is private to her is her projector machine, which she keeps in a room at the roof of the house. Whenever she gets free time alone she goes to the room, sits on her rocking chair, switches on the projector and meets the boy she loved when she was at school, in her dreams. However, she believes that these are not dreams but that they are real, she really meets the boy whenever she switches on the projector. One day, a political criminal (one of her neighbors) come to their house at night to hide out. Cazibe thinks that he is the man in her dreams and makes love with him that night. The other day, the man leaves just with a note, and Cazibe loses her mind and starts to do strange things at home.
May 5th.2010: the day is a special day for Honoka because the day is when her mother, Yoko, died on her 24th birthday. Her inner fear of being alive at her mother’s age troubles her. Honoka’s hatred for the father, Kotaro began the day when her mother passed away. During Yoko’s death, Kotaro was not anywhere to be found when her mother and did not even return for the funeral. However, there is a little secret not yet to reveal to Honoka. Honoka, how would she feel on her birthday, after finding out all these facts? What’s the miracle of love she receives at the end?
Joy Love literally has a fear of people. Her only friend is Chickie, a talking eagle stuffed toy. Chickie plans to surprise Joy Love for her birthday along with his friends leading to the revelation of their secrets.
1970 short by Hakan Dahlstrom
Part of BFI collection "The Erotic Films of Peter de Rome."
In order to impress the father of a girl he is keen on, Buster goes to the city in search of work. In his letters home he writes of his various jobs which her imagination expands into much nobler ones than those that he is actually attempting.