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Barzakh

Barzakh

by Mantas Kvedaravicius

In Chechnya where life is no longer war yet not peace, the disappeared rarely return, but when they come back in dreams they are said to come from Barzakh - a land between the living and the dead.

Belgica

Belgica

by Felix van Groeningen

Two brothers, Frank and Jo, have lost each other out of sight… until Frank starts to work at Jo’s café. It turns out to be a golden move, Belgica very quickly becomes thé hotspot of nightlife. A self declared den of sin, where rock ’n roll splashes of sweaty walls. The sky seems the limit, at least for a while, for night life is an addictive trip and the world keeps on spinning. Belgica is the fifth film by Felix van Groeningen, with Tom Vermeir and Stef Aerts, and with original music by Soulwax.

Berberian Sound Studio

Berberian Sound Studio

by Peter Strickland

Berberian Sound Studio is one of the cheapest, sleaziest post-production studios in Italy. Only the most sordid horror films have their sound processed and sharpened in this studio. Gilderoy, a naive and introverted sound engineer from England is hired to orchestrate the sound mix for the latest film by horror maestro, Santini...

Bergman

Bergman

by Jane Magnusson

BERGMAN is the film about the artist, the father and the lover, who in spite of his daemons created some of the most praised films and stage plays in modern history. Through his own words, and through interviews with his friends, colleagues and lovers, this film intends to paint the complete picture of Ingmar Bergman.

BETWEEN DOG AND WOLF

BETWEEN DOG AND WOLF

by Matt Reid

New Model Army have been one of the biggest underground music artists for over a century. Yet mainstream success has so far eluded them. The story of a band and its charismatic and unconventional singer songwriter and founder Justin Sullivan.

BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS AND HILLS

BEYOND THE MOUNTAINS AND HILLS

by Eran Kolirin

Good people. Good people who think they deserve some too. Good people in a bad world. Good people in the middle of their journey. In the middle of life. Between the city and the hills. This is the story of one family, helplessly caught in the web of dark, twisted, impossible forces that govern life in Israel.

Beyond the Wall

Beyond the Wall

by Vahid Jalilvand

Ali, a blind man, is attempting to commit suicide when he is interrupted by the concierge of his building. He is informed that the police is in search of a woman who has escaped and hidden somewhere in the building. Little by little, Ali finds out that the fugitive woman, Leila, is inside his apartment. After participating in a workers’ protest that led to chaos, she is distraught about her four-year-old son who was lost when she was taken in a police van. Gradually, Ali becomes emotionally attached to her. Wishing to flee reality, helping Leila becomes a refuge in his own world of imagination.

Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman

Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman

by Pierre Földes

A lost cat, a giant talkative frog and a tsunami help a bank employee without ambition, his frustrated wife and a schizophrenic accountant to save Tokyo from an earthquake and find a meaning to their lives.