Take a backseat in one of Thailand’s most bizarre taxis and see the streets of Bangkok through the eyes of charming taxi driver Narong Sairat.Read More
Squee! Documenting Where No One Has Documented Before. The Squee Project is a web series that explores topics of womanhood, feminism, representation, creativity and production, body image, race, sexuality and more in pop culture.Read More
Following the end of a stormy love affair, Expressionist artist Oskar Kokoschka enlists in the First World War. After suffering serious injuries in battle, he experiences a series of memories and visions as medics transport him through the forests of the Russian front. Playful and imaginative, I’m OK explores the wounds of heartbreak and trauma. Inspired by the life and art of Oskar Kokoschka (1886–1980).Read More
Venturing inside the inner sanctum of the Dudley United Football Club during the 2017 campaign, New Island Home reveals Kangaroo Island’s unique community spirit and the bravery of a group of talented indigenous footballers who cross an ocean to start new lives and, at the same time, change others.Read More
Yuna delivers prepared lunch box meals and then eats these with her customers. Most of her customers are lonely and share a feeling that there is something lacking in their life. One day, she meets Anthony, a customer stranger than most, and is forced to face her own troubling memories of the past.Read More
Who Protects Us? A Marine comes home from Afghanistan struggling with PTSD to find a cop has racially profiled and killed one of his younger friends. When the two finally meet a conversation goes awry with dark consequences.
Based on real events, MANI CURA tells the stories that lie behind the lawns-and hands-of Colombia's wealthiest women. Tere, the local manicurist who visits their homes, becomes the repository of confessions that reveal their lives are not what they appear to be. (Part 1: Tere & Beatriz)Read More
Fall, a short film by first time director Veronika Adaskova, revisits what nationality means, how artificially drawn borders on the maps ignore a sense of belonging people living around these narrow lines experience and how one's birth place, nationality or minority status can affect the course of one's life.Read More