For over six years, and for reasons he can't explain, Matt Green, 37, has been walking every block of every street in New York City - a journey of more than 8,000 miles. THE WORLD BEFORE ... See full summary »
Aishe, Khawla and Rehab are on a mission - they repair leakages, clean water tanks and show housewives how to handle water properly. Aishe, after losing her husband, was trained by her best... See full summary »
Goldmund is to study in the monastery Mariabronn. His father sent him there. There he meets a religious monk named Narcissus. He has subjected himself to a strict life and lives completely ascetically.
Ulrike Ottinger, then a young painter, lived in Paris in the 1960s. Now a film-maker, he looks back on that time, weaving memories of the Parisian life and the upheavals of the time into a cinematic poem with the city at its center.
Eight Hundred Times Lonely is an eighty-four-minute non-commercial art house documentary film about famous 86-year-old German filmmaker Edgar Reitz. Anna Hepp, the young filmmaker of this ... See full summary »
How a great love became a masterpiece of European literature: the fascinating story of how the novel "The Leopard" came to be written. When Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa died in 1957, he was... See full summary »
Lolle's love life in Berlin is as complicated as ever. After the story with Sven, her second cousin, was over, she got together with her best friend Hart and the two are about to get married. That is, if Sven doesn't ruin things.
Franziska Meyer Price
A group of actors are rehearsing an historic escape from Germany of 1939: The Cruise Liner St. Louis is on its way to Cuba, 900 Jewish refugees on board. Cuba denies access. On board: Paul, Elsa and their son. Do they have to return to Germany again and probably die? A group of today refugees from Africa, fleeing from war and death in Syria, enter the theatre. They are supposed to work here as extras. A culture clash begins and becomes a crossover story between escape 79 years ago and today.