A lonely, chain-smoking office lady in Tokyo falls for her teacher when she decides to take English lessons. When her teacher disappears, she sets out on a journey to find him.
During the Edo period, a gifted swordsman was exiled from his clan when he questioned the misconduct of his leader. Years after, his dying wife wish was for him to go back to his clan.
Set in a fishing village in Eranakulam, the film revolves around the death of Vavachan Mesthry.
Set in a dugout in Aisne in 1918, a group of British officers, led by the mentally disintegrating young officer Stanhope, variously await their fate.
The story of a young mother with a failed marriage behind her, who fights daily for her dream to open a hair salon, challenging her fate in an effort to free herself and gain independence and right to happiness.
Two Danish-Korean adoptees return for the first time to the country they were once born in. Confronted with the spirit of their Motherland and the personal stories of the fellow adoptees they meet in the city of Seoul, Karoline and Thomas are hurled into an emotionally disorienting journey that forces both of them to question and face their own destiny and identity.
Based on the books about the boy Vitello by Kim Fupz Aakeson and Niels Bo Bojesen.
Show me your attic and I’ll tell you who you are! In this very personal and universal cinematographic essay, Digna Sinke travels to Zeeland and Bali, through faded photos to minimalist digital nomads. What to do with all those spare buttons? If you don’t keep anything, who will know what grandma’s tablecloth felt like?
An ordinary guy suddenly finds he has superpowers he can use to help his spirited daughter and the people around them, but he also runs into trouble in the process.
An African high school teacher flees his war-torn country for France, where he falls in love with a Frenchwoman who offers a roof for him and his family.
Gatchaman, Polymar, Tekkaman and Casshern join forces for a new fight. This time, Joe Asakura also returns. Is he a friend or a foe?
The story centers around two odd ball characters- one is a youngster from Fort Kochi named Jude and the other, a talented singer from Goa named Crystal. When these two characters come together, their lives undergo several changes, leading to love, self-discovery, healing and transformation.
Upcoming malayalam movie second part of Lelam
Sela unravels the fate of Palestinian (visual) archives that were looted or seized by Israel or Jewish forces during the 20th century and are now buried in Israeli military archives. The film raises questions about archival institutions in zones of conflict and the necessity of digging into the hidden to reveal what has been erased or rewritten.
Hibiscus (Suivai Pilisipi Autagavaia, from short film Manurewa) and the take no nonsense Ruth (Anna-Maree Thomas) have been friends since school. But now Hibiscus is in her final year of university, and her domineering mother doesn't want any boyfriends getting in the way; so Hibiscus enlists Ruth's help, to handle the temptations of a line of potential suitors.
Of all the hellholes in the world, El Cartucho, in the Colombian capital Bogotá, was perhaps the worst. In the 1980s, the colonial neighbourhood of solid middle-class houses degenerated into the fiefdom of a drugs gang. The streets became the backdrop to a flourishing trade in drugs, people and garbage, crack houses sprang up all over and life wasn’t worth a damn.
The film revolves around a village called "Tiruppuram" which is divided into half by the Tamil and Telugu people. Neither of the groups cross and enter the other's perimeter.
How to relate the first Lumière film about a train to dangerous scenes shot on a smartphone by contemporary refugees hidden between iron wheels? The maker is part of an activist movement striving to revive the independent, critical newsreel efforts of the 1960s and 1970s.