Adi | at the Confluence

Runtime: 20 minutes

Meet the Adi people, who are challenged by increased pressure of land, water and identity as China and India vie over who controls the territory.


Runtime: 18 minutes

Since the end of communism in Bulgaria, the country has experienced the most extreme population decline in the world. Altimir is one of those villages on the cusp of extinction.

Presented by:


Runtime: 11 minutes

A kaleidoscopic picture of the pirate movie industry in Managua, Nicaragua; an immersive glimpse into lives built around selling bootleg movies in the street. This film is both a sensory exploration of specific intercultural spaces and a meditation on the way Hollywood products are transformed into basic commodities that people depend on for their daily […]

Double Talk

Runtime: 14 minutes

Dubbing is more than just a job for actor Joan Pera, who has been the onscreen voice in Spain of Woody Allen, Jerry Lewis and countless others. Joan has been the Spanish and Catalan voice of Hollywood stars for three decades. Now, with his son Roger in the game, this story of the weird and […]


Runtime: 14 minutes

What if the city streets filled with fat people dancing happily, energetically, all in unison? Juicy D. Light believes that people should live “out loud” whatever their body size and she is not alone.

Inside These Walls

Runtime: 44 minutes

Wang Bingzhang, founder of the Overseas Chinese Democracy Movement, has spent the last fourteen years in a Chinese prison for the crime of political activism. Although he once abandoned his family to pursue his political beliefs, his ex-wife and children campaign tirelessly for his release. Inside These Walls captures the complex range of emotions of […]

KINO OTOK: Islands of Forgotten Cinemas

Runtime: 35 minutes

This poetic documentary is about the lost culture of cinema-going in small towns on Croatian islands. In the second half of the last century, six witnesses recall the past times, their favorite movies and events surrounding film screenings that had a profound impact on their lives.

La Laguna

Runtime: 38 minutes

A Mayan boy, Yu’uk, and his younger brother face enormous change and growth as their lifestyle in the southern rainforests of Mexico is threatened.

Presented by:


Runtime: 16 minutes

In 1967, an American journalist and a Japanese student rescued an ancient house from the snow country of Japan, and their lives were forever changed.

Presented by:

Orphans [a requiem]

Runtime: 31 minutes

While researching migratory birds in Cheorwon, South Korea, along the demilitarized zone that separates the North and the South, the filmmaker came across a woman whose house was full of photographs from the other side of the border.

The Sandman

Runtime: 19 minutes

Dr. Carlo Musso has been helping the state of Georgia execute inmates through lethal injection since 2003, while personally opposing capital punishment.

Strings Attached

Runtime: 11 minutes

The Fratello Marionettes duo perform a timeless craft with consummate skill. Their youthful audiences are drawn into a magical world of beautifully made doll-like creatures come alive. Strings Attached is a blend of master puppet maker/performers putting on a show and giving us insights into their craft and their lives. They perform to beautiful music […]

Trilogy of a Riverbank

Runtime: 15 minutes

A powerful and poetic blend of dance, imagery, music and sound, combined in a stunning lament to the disappearance of poplar groves in Zaragoza, Spain.

Presented by:

Waiting for Women

Runtime: 34 minutes

The men of the remote Spanish village of ‘Riofrio’ have a plan to fall in love. One busload of women from Madrid might just be the answer to their problems… or is it?