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Aziz (Jan Fares) is a middle-aged widower who works in a bicycle store and eagerly waits for the birth of his first grandchild. However, his son Sami (Hamadi Khemiri) and daughter-in-law Amanda (Nina Zanjani) haven’t dared to tell him that she is not pregnant and that they are actually planning to adopt a child instead…. Read more »

Sweden Sweden / 2010 / 97 min / 12+
Banana Pancakes and the Children of Sticky Rice

When backpackers visit a small village in rural Laos they search for unspoiled culture, while the inhabitants of the village discover the attractions of the West. Two worlds meet. One is longing for authenticity, the other for modernity. The documentary enables us to look at the implications of the tourist industry for the rural locals. Their encounter leaves no one unchanged and tells… Read more »

Netherlands Netherlands / 2015 / 90 Min / 12+
Bitva za Sevastopol

The true story of Lyudmila Pavlichenko, a young soviet soldier known as ‘Lady Death’. Considered as the best female sniper in history, she fought to defend Odessa and Sevastopol against the German troops. In 1942, Joseph Stalin sent her to the US on a mission to convince President Roosevelt to join the war. With Eleanor Roosevelt she toured the country and spoke… Read more »

2015 / 110 Min / 12+
Belle et Sébastien

Set during WWII in the French Alps, the film tells about Sebastian, a lonely orphaned boy of 6 years old, who spends much of his time in the nature. He befriends Belle, a stray dog. The villagers think that the dog has killed their sheep and they decide to kill the dog. Sebastian takes care… Read more »

France France / 2013 / 104 min. / G
Bibliothèque Pascal

The young and beautiful Mona (Orsolya Török-Illyés) has to work hard to earn a living for herself and her little daughter.  When her father has to travel from Transylvania to Germany for a life-saving surgery, she is forced to accompany him.  Betrayed by her own father, Mona is enslaved in a UK dungeon-brothel, Bibliothèque Pascal. … Read more »

Hungary Hungary / 2010 / 105 min / 17+
Big Game

A young teenager, camping in the woods, helps rescue the President of the USA when Air Force One is shot down by kidnappers. Plunged into a deadly game of cat and mouse, the boy and the president must team up to survive. – Seorang remaja yang berkemah di hutan memberikan pertolongan kepada Presiden A.S. ketika pesawat kenegaraan ditembak jatuh oleh segerombolan penculik…. Read more »

Finland Finland / 2014 / 110 Min / G
Bikes vs Cars

The film depicts a global problem we all know, deep down, that we need to talk about: climate, earth’s resources and cities where the entire surface is consumed by cars. We see an ever-growing traffic chaos and an increasing number of people killed in traffic. The bicycle can be a tool for change, but will the economic powers, who gain from… Read more »

Sweden Sweden / 2015 / 90 Min / 12+
Insel der Dämonen

Wajan, the son of Nudonk, a witch, is beset with difficulties. His mother is in ill favor with the Balinese natives who want to get rid of her, and the hand of Sari, a native chieftain’s daughter, will not be his until this is accomplished. Wajan has to face an uphill battle to save his… Read more »

Germany Germany / 1933 / 67 min. / 12+

Once there was a little girl named Carmen (Sofia Oria). She never met her mother – who died in childbirth, she was isolated from her father. She had to grow up under the reign of her wicked stepmother Encarna (Maribel Verdu). When her stepmother has an evil plan to kill the now teenage Carmen (Macarena… Read more »

Spain Spain / 2012 / 104 min. / G
Doudege Wénkel

The story largely follows Olivier Faber – a police detective suffering with problems in his marriage.  When his brother, a fellow police officer, is killed one night, the aging yet charismatic and mysterious Inspector Haster guides the impulsive Olivier to solve the case.  What starts as a seemingly simple crime grows into a more complicated… Read more »

Luxembourg Luxembourg / 2012 / 96 min / 17+

Tough no-nonsense cop Brant (Jason Statham – “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels”, “Transporter”) teams up with by-the-book cop Porter Nash (Paddy Considine – “Bourne Ultimatum”, “Cinderella Man”) to track down a serial killer (Aidan Gillen – “Game of Thrones”) who is targeting police officers in their South East London police station.  Calling himself Blitz,… Read more »

UK UK / 2011 / 97 min / 17+

Climate researcher Janek, who works at an observation station in the Alps, discovers that a glacier is discharging a red liquid. It transforms the local animals into bloodthirsty monsters. His colleagues want to keep the news at any cost from the Minister of the Environment, who has announced he is planning a visit to the… Read more »

Austria Austria / 2013 / 98 min. / 17+

Three armed men, one of them a priest, are hunting in the woods for Borgman. He sleeps under their very feet, unshaven and sordid, in an underground dug-out of his own making. Borgman manages to get away and warns his followers. They disappear in various directions. Borgman walks through a wealthy neighbourhood. Searching for sanctuary… Read more »

Netherlands Netherlands / 2013 / 113 min. / 17+
Breath of Freedom

The New York Times Neil Genzlinger This heartfelt documentary is also, more subtly, a tribute to After World War II American GI s were stationed in the previous Nazi-ruled Germany to strengthen the democracy. Among those soldiers were over one-million African Americans, experiencing no racism for the first time and receiving equal treatment. Ironically in… Read more »

Germany Germany / 2014 / 90 min. / 12+

BULLHEAD is an emotionally driven tale of revenge, redemption and fate set against the backdrop of the Belgian bovine hormone mafia. It is an exciting tragedy about fate, lost innocence and friendship, about crime and punishment, but also about conflicting desires and the irreversibility of a man’s destiny. Domineering cattle farmer Jacky Vanmarsenille (Matthias Schoenaerts),… Read more »

2011 / 124 min / G