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Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt

by Margarethe von Trotta

HANNAH ARENDT is a portrait of the genius that shook the world with her discovery of "the banality of evil." After she attends the Nazi Adolf Eichmann's trial in Jerusalem, Arendt dares to write about the Holocaust
in terms no one had ever heard before. Her work instantly provokes a scandal...

Happy as Lazzaro

Happy as Lazzaro

by Alice Rohrwacher

The story of Lazzaro, who doesn’t choose his own destiny but simply accepts things as they come, is the story of a young man who travels in time out of friendship, viewing the contemporary world as an enigma. Like a wolf coming out of the forest and wandering across a city. A political fable, an unexpected fairy tale, a song about the last 50 years of our history.

HAPPY TIMES WILL COME SOON

HAPPY TIMES WILL COME SOON

by Alessandro Comodin

A dense forest becomes a mysterious backdrop for danger and legend over the years: two men on the run for survival, a series of wolf attacks and a young woman mystified by a peculiar hole in the ground… First fiction feature from the director of award-winning doc L’ESTATE DI GIACOMO (Locarno Golden Leopard)

HEDI SCHNEIDER IS STUCK

HEDI SCHNEIDER IS STUCK

by Sonja Heiss

Hedi, Uli and their son have life sorted out. They take each day as it comes, dreaming of the future. Then, suddenly: Hedi gets stuck… With a light touch and tender humour, the film shows that, for the 30-something generation, love is what it has always been: a very fragile thing.

Hiroshima

Hiroshima

by Pablo Stoll

A silent musical, based on real facts.

Home for Christmas

Home for Christmas

by Bent Hamer

An eclectic mix of townsfolk cross paths on Christmas Eve in several interwoven stories of humour and tragedy, forgiveness and hope, birth and death ... From the director of KITCHEN STORIES, FACTOTUM and O'HORTEN.

Home for the Weekend

Home for the Weekend

by Hans-Christian Schmid

During a weekend gathering, the seemingly stable fabric of a family comes undone when feelings differ about the mother's unexpected decision to stop her longtime medication for mental illness... From the acclaimed director of STORM, REQUIEM and DISTANT LIGHTS.

Hope

Hope

by Stanislaw Mucha

When a deeply moral and well-respected art historian steals an invaluable painting from a church, righteous and fanatic Francis records the crime on video to blackmail the perpetrator. The young man is not interested in money but demands that the piece of art be returned to its original place.