Director: Vicky Jenson
Family Tree is the quick-witted and idiosyncratic live-action debut from Shrek co-director Vicky Jenson. An audience award winner at Sundance, it follows a guy on Thanksgiving, overwhelmed by in-laws, seeking help from his wife's long-lost brother whose own problems are 'taking root'.
A dark tale of delusion and fantasy. Beginning wrth an image of a postcard, a man is drawn into an unhealthy obsession with his neighbour. He becomes unable to discern between reality and illusion an… More »
A Japanese businessman and a Japanese female musician happen to meet in Vienna after many years apart. Now they are forced to seek and define their cultural and personal home. Screened in Cannes 2002. More »
July 1st, 1969: Neil Armstrong takes 'one small leap' for man. In Muskogee, Oklahoma, one man is turning back the evolutionary clock. ... More »
Sarajevo, 1994. In a besieged tunnel connecting ordinary folk to the outside world, a mixed amateur choir is called upon to save a pregnant, albeit ailing cow. However the group must also bond togeth… More »
On a hot, summer afternoon, in a housing estate, a young girl is bored. Her mother's ignoring her. And even her dog won't play. But outside, in a field near a freeway, she meets a stranger. Someone w… More »