Statistics show that during his professional career every railroad engineer working for railways, unintentionally kills 15 to 20 people. This is a story about the innocent mass murderers and their lives.
Firmly believing her own life is no more precious than the lives of the innocent people being persecuted, with the help of a few friends, Diana embarks on a perilous campaign of rescuing more than 10,000 children from the Ustasha camps in Nazi-occupied Croatia.
Souvenirs, memories, nostalgia, alienation, the ephermal quality of life ...these are the subjects of this animated diary. The film is not made in the usual way (screenplay, storyboard) and was born at the moment when the author sat at his desk and began animating.
Three ordinary people from Serbia go on a journey to Kosovo. A student, an actor and a journalist decide to explore this troubled place for themselves. The camera follows them during their journey and discovers the reality of Kosovo through their eyes. Each of them has different motivations: the journalist writes an article, the photographer takes pictures for an exhibition and the actor records his video diary.
Story of the many jobs undertaken by a sanitary technician.
Diary of a Serious Offender is a visual journey that takes us through Danilo’s life as he serves out his sentence, while the relationship with his girlfriend becomes strained. Danilo spends the summer shooting a video diary and overcoming his issues by maturing both emotionally and physically.
Middle-aged couple try to preserve at least some of their dignified life in times of war, poverty and sanctions.
A documentary film about the Russian director Sergei Kosintsev.
In 1994, Alexander Sokurov accompanied Russian troops assigned to a frontier military post at the Tajikistan/Afghanistan border to film their experiences. While unnamed tribal forces occasionally engaged the troops in skirmishes, Sokurov’s haunting documentary chronicles the downtime between activity.
Mitch is an artist, Mitch is schizophrenic. That’s what he claims, facing the camera. And Mitch is his self-portrait, showing a man of 40 who uses the camera and film as a form of therapy. So (a decisive gesture here) this is about reversing perspectives, in order to follow in his footsteps.
A poetic video essay based on a novel by russian "metaphysical realism" writer Yuri Mamleev. Infrared shooting and digital voice were used for production of the film.
Filmic insert to Eisenstein's modernized, free adaptation of Ostrovskiy's 19th-century Russian stage play, "The Wise Man" ("Na vsyakogo mudretsa dovolno prostoty"). The anti-hero Glumov tries to escape exposure in the midst of acrobatics, derring-do, and farcical clowning. Several members of Eisenstein's troupe at the legendary "Proletkult" stage theatre in Moscow briefly appear in this little film.
A tragic story of love and loneliness - this is the unknown life of the great Russian writer Ivan Bunin. The confused love story that involved Bunin, his wife Vera, the young poet Galina Plotnikova, opera singer Marga Kovtun and literary man Leonid Gurov. A work of great honesty and piercing psychology.
A year from the life of a first-grader and his parents.
A chaotic Bridget Jones meets a snobbish lawyer, and he soon enters her world of imperfections.
An epic love story centered around an older man who reads aloud to a woman with Alzheimer's. From a faded notebook, the old man's words bring to life the story about a couple who is separated by World War II, and is then passionately reunited, seven years later, after they have taken different paths.