»Love Island«


Summer fun at a seaside resort and a bold look at modern relationships from Jasmila Zbanic, director of GRBAVICA (2006 Berlinale Golden Bear), ON THE PATH (NA PUTU) and FOR THOSE WHO CAN TELL NO TALES.

Madeinusa by Claudia Llosa


by Claudia Llosa

Everything changes in the life of Peruvian girl Madeinusa when Salvador arrives in the isolated religiously zealous village in mountainous Peru she is living in.

Madonnas by Maria Speth


by Maria Speth

After being neglected as a child, Rita gives birth to six children of her own and challenges her mother in forcing her to act as a parent to her grandchildren.

Majority by Seren Yüce


by Seren Yüce

Mertkan leads a simple life in Istanbul until he meets Gül, a Kurdish girl from Eastern Turkey who has run away from her family. But their relationship is obstructed by Mertkan’s father Kemal, and the chauvinist culture in which Mertkan is imbued.

Manifesto by Julian Rosefeldt


by Julian Rosefeldt

Can historic art manifestos apply to contemporary society? An homage to the 20th century's most impassioned artistic statements, from Futurists and Dadaists to Pop Art, Fluxus, Lars von Trier and Jim Jarmusch, this series of reenactments - all performed by Cate Blanchett - explores these declarations' performative components and political significance.

Me and Kaminski by Wolfgang Becker

»Me and Kaminski«

by Wolfgang Becker

A sleazy young journalist tries to give a new turn to his career by writing the biography of the forgotten but very much alive painter Kaminski - genius of the last century. While orchestrating the old artist's disappearance to make the headlines with his future book, the young man ends up on an adventurous road trip with Kaminski...

Me Too (Yo tambien) by Álvaro Pastor and Antonio Naharro

»Me Too (Yo tambien)«

by Álvaro Pastor and Antonio Naharro

Daniel, the first European with Down syndrome to graduate from university, and free-spirited Laura break all the the rules and establish a unique bond that draws the attention of their co-workers and families ...

Measuring The World by Detlev Buck

»Measuring The World«

by Detlev Buck

Most human beings don't know why they are on earth, they accept their destiny and try to survive.
The two enthusiastic scientists Carl Friedrich Gauß and Alexander von Humboldt go on an extraordinary adventure to fight against their predetermination.

MEASURING THE WORLD is a life-adventure film shot in 3D and based on the bestselling novel by Daniel Kehlmann