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Junction 48

Junction 48

by Udi Aloni

Palestinian rapper Kareem and his singer girlfriend Manar struggle, love and make music in their crime-ridden ghetto and Tel Aviv's hip-hop club scene... Screenplay by real-life rapper Tamar Nafar (who stars as Kareem) and Oren Moverman (THE MESSENGER, TIME OUT OF MIND). A social drama with kick-ass music directed by Udi Aloni (ART/VIOLENCE, FORGIVENESS).

 

Jupiter's Moon

Jupiter's Moon

by Kornél Mundruczó

A young illegal immigrant becomes a slave to his power to fly in a world where miracles are trafficked for small change...

Just the Wind

Just the Wind

by Bence Fliegauf

A Romani family struggles to continue their simple daily routine amid the anxiety of a series of suspected racially-motivated murders of their neighbors... Inspired by real events, a powerful social statement from the acclaimed director of WOMB, DEALER and MILKY WAY.

Kinatay

Kinatay

by Brillante Mendoza

Today Peping will happily marry the young mother of their newborn baby. For a poor police academy student, there is no question of turning down an opportunity to make money. Already accustomed to side profits from a smalltime drug ring, Peping naively accepts a well-paid job offer from a corrupt friend...

L.A. Woman

L.A. Woman

by Aki Kaurismäki

The Leningrad Cowboys perform a cover of the famous song by The Doors.

La Vie de Bohème

La Vie de Bohème

by Aki Kaurismäki

Rodolfo, a refugee from Albania and a great painter, Marcel, a great French poet, and Schaunard, a great Irish composer, become acquainted by chance while chasing each on the same battlefield, by every imaginable means, a beast called the fivefranc coin.

Last Hijack

Last Hijack

by Tommy Pallotta and Femke Wolting

A narrative and documentary journey into the world of one Somali Pirate - Mohamed - exploring how and why he came to live such a brutal and dangerous existence. Animated re-enactments explore Mohamed’s memories, dreams and fears from his point of view while raw documentary footage portrays the harsh and complex reality of Mohamed’s everyday life.

Layla Fourie

Layla Fourie

by Pia Marais

 

After her very intimate, multiple-awarded films “The Unpolished” and “At Ellen’s Age”, Berlin-based director Pia Marais is now turning towards the genre of the classic suspense thriller and is going back to the place of her childhood: Layla Fourie, a single-mother in South Africa, receives a job assignment as polygraphist. In the constant presence of mistrust, lies and fear, Layla soon becomes a suspect herself.