Boys Cry by Damiano D'Innocenzo and Fabio D'Innocenzo

»Boys Cry«

by Damiano D'Innocenzo and Fabio D'Innocenzo

When youngsters Mirko and Manolo accidentally get involved in a hit and run in the outskirts of Rome, they uncover an opportunity for a prosperous underground career and thus, a better life. But this exciting new world is tough, unforgiving and increasingly overwhelming.

Brand New U by Simon Pummell

»Brand New U«

by Simon Pummell

The organisation BRAND NEW-U identifies networks of Identicals - "people who walk like you, talk like you, but are walking through different, better lives" - and helps their customers make a life upgrade. But errors can occur, and a Brand New life can cost more than expected.

Bright Nights by Thomas Arslan

»Bright Nights«

by Thomas Arslan

While on a trip to bury his father in remote northern Norway, Michael is determined to bond with his estranged teenage son ... A touching father-son drama from the director of GOLD, IN THE SHADOWS and VACATION.

Bullet in the Head by Jaime Rosales

»Bullet in the Head«

by Jaime Rosales

Ion is an apparently normal guy. He gets up in the morning, has breakfast, organises his things and meets with group of solicitors. He meets a girl at a party one night and they spend the night together in her apartment. His life does not include any special events ...

Bye Bye Germany by Sam Garbarski

»Bye Bye Germany«

by Sam Garbarski

In post-war Frankfurt, David Bermann and his surviving Jewish friends use their charms selling bed linens door-to-door to make money to immigrate to America. But smooth-talking Bermann meets his match when attractive US officer Sara Simon interrogates him about his wartime past... Starring Mortiz Bleibtreu, Antje Traue. Heartfelt historical entertainment from the director of RASHEVSKI'S TANGO, QUARTIER LOINTAIN, VIJAY AND I, and IRINA PALM.

Bypass by Duane Hopkins


by Duane Hopkins

An explosive portrait of an innocent in a guilty environment. From the director of BETTER THINGS (Cannes 2008 Critics Week).

Calamari Union by Aki Kaurismäki

»Calamari Union«

by Aki Kaurismäki

This so-called "film" is a rather manic story of seventeen young braves who, spitting in the face of all kind of dangers, don their dark glasses and set off on a desperate trek from the working-class quarter of town to the Eldorado of the fashionable waterfront.

Casting by Nicolas Wackerbarth


by Nicolas Wackerbarth

The complex essence of Fassbinder's lm Die bitteren Tränen der Petra von Kant, an unflinching look at the murky depths of human relationships driven by power, passion and desperation.