PEACOCK ISLAND Essayistic narrative about a 1793 garden island in Berlin with a peacock population. The film is a composite of precise observations of the peacock, the transition of spring season and passages of historical literature from its day. The play of manifold elements shifts lyrically and theatrically.
We have 7 movies in this genre.
THE BOOK OF SABETH We encounter Elisabeth “Netzkowa” Mnatsakanjan, a writer, musician, painter, and scholar, who could not go on living in the Soviet Union and emigrated to Vienna in the 1970s. Her stories, her poems, her music and an encounter with an old friend depict a life dedicated to the arts and language
FEELINGS TO TELL After falling into sleep, Jiang, a young painter, finds himself in a Taogu village where he meets a mute girl, Jiu’er, and her foster father Old Bai, who believed firmly in ancient Xiangchu gods. As an observer and participant of the dream, the veneration they showed to the gods deeply touched Jiang. […]
“Dream Big” is about struggling with vanishing motivation, stress, feeling cornered and the relief from it all through martial arts and self-discovery. Throughout the course of the movie the protagonist goes through a phase of depression-like discouragement, trying to find new motivation but failing that attempt, then ultimately succeeding via martial arts training and martial […]
A story of love and reincarnation told through the voyage of an elderly woman travelling through her previous lives. Dreamlike atmospheres, on the border between life and death, intermingle with the colours of the far East, of African lands and the rhythms of bohemian dances, visions that reveal sexuality, secrets and torments of a timeless […]
IT HAPPENED AND TOOK PLACE RIGHT HERE. VOLKHARD KNIGGE AND BUCHENWALD. What kind of societal relevance does a memorial place of a former concentration camp have 72 years after the end of the war? The historian Volkhard Knigge has been the director of the Buchenwald memorial foundation for the past 20 years. Time and again […]
시 읽는 시간 This documentary is about different time. One is capitalistic, the other is poetic. Five people who are living in Seoul City tell about themselves and their anxiety for the first time. Their voices and images are like reading a poem.