An intimate confession of the Greek feminist avant-garde director Antoinetta Angelidi to her daughter Rea Walldén, and the world. A film on her gaze and life, her visions and films, and the devastating experience of going blind. A film made during lockdown inside a flat, about our interior space, at the most secret place of which one finds the Other.
Olympic champion Helen Maroulis. At just 23 years old, she was competing in her first Olympic Games in Rio against Saori Yoshida, a 13x World Champion and the most decorated wrestler of all time. Yoshida was undefeated for over four straight years - until she stepped onto the mat with Maroulis, who shocked the world and defeated Yoshida to become the first, and only, American woman to win a Gold Medal in wrestling.
A fast-paced comedy, Aatmapamphlet tells the twin story of a childhood love and that of momentous social change in 1990s India. Bold, moving, and insightful, this directorial debut places friendship over political factions and love above everything else.
After his mother's untimely death, Amir, who sees his father as the only one responsible for their ruined life, is desperate to leave the family home and take Ali, his younger brother. Taking advantage of his connections with Tehran's golden youth, he embarks on a lucrative business. But one night, a simple delivery turns into chaos and upsets the destiny of the two brothers.
On a jog home (tired) rapidly looks at the ground each step transporting them islands the sun is setting and long the day is almost over again they can't seem to think about anything in particular but They take a detour after sometime eventually They make it home to the cat they have been jogging every night for the last six months it give some space from their work and house.
Wade in the Water: A Journey into Black Surfing and Aquatic Culture (2023) reclaims the 1,000-year-old tradition of Black surfing. Braiding historical accounts with modern-day testimonials, the film dismantles the racial barriers of conventional surf culture, delves into the overlooked history of Black surfing's legacy, and honors its current movement—inspiring the next generation of Black surfers.
Between nuclear reactors and military curfews, 14-year-old Jani lives in a dystopian world oppressively devoid of empathy. Together, she and her slippery new friend Kiefer the talking catfish gear up to strike a surreal blow for freedom.