Director: Margit Ruile
A film poem with flying hats, talking trees and weather vanes. Wind is a lyrical and beautiful venture into the memories of an old woman.
And the little girl says "It is as if Heaven gently kissed the Earth, so that the Earth should dream of Heaven in its blossom gleam."
A suburban encounter and a mutual need for companionship lead to a re-telling of the tales of 1001 Arabian Nights. Eerily distant images force words back into the prominence they once held in the day… More »
A classroom full of attentive children, every teacher's dream. But Madame finds herself in the midst of a nightmare when she tries to outwit them is a series of Eco-esque verbal puzzles. Th… More »
As President Bush's 'War Against Drugs' rant dominates the soundtrack we see another reality — two characters who everyday have to contend with an America more interested in sermonising th… More »
A quirky urban parable about a faithful pigeon feeder led into temptation on his way to offer the daily bread. Well served by its cast of two off-Broadway actors and a flock of pigeons trained by the… More »
A museum warder's observations and fantasies of a 19th century painting 'Scene On the Coast of Africa'. The painting comes to life presenting a lurid re-interpretation. A new film from Issa… More »