Eternity Has No Door Of Escape

An invitation to lose ourselves in a maze of universes beyond logic and reason, in the works of Jean Dubuffet, André Breton, Adolf Wölfli, Aloïse Corbaz, … it’s Art Brut.


At a time of growing anxiety and uncertainty blowing throughout the world, the documentary looks at the city of Athens for a better understanding of the World we live in today.

La Belle at the Movies

Carefully documented, lyric in its imagery, “La Belle at the Movies” is a testimony of a moment in time where the film industry feels orphaned but lives in hope for a brighter future.

One Fine Day

This is the story of six people who performed a small nonviolent act, starting something that has had a major influence on the world

Emptying the Skies

Based on a widely republished New Yorker essay by best-selling novelist Jonathan Franzen, “Emptying the Skies” exposes the rampant poaching of migratory songbirds in southern Europe


Transcend is the story of the elusive spiritual energy that is somehow forged in the intense rigor of long-distance running, an energy Wesley Korir is using to give back to the community that brought him up

Flirting with Heights

“Time is a friend”, says J-M Bertrand to talk about his “quest”. His first quest: to see the eagle, to find its nest, to follow it, to live with it – without being seen…

Draw Yourself

A window glass tour of the world proposed to children too young yet to read or write; they simply take a place in the frame by drawing a picture of themselves…


Abortion remains legal in the United States but anti-abortion efforts have succeeded in making it virtually inaccessible in some places. At one time Mississippi had fourteen abortion clinics. Now only one remains

Shooting Ourselves

Total strangers from across the globe -and the political
spectrum- submit themselves to a theatrical world order where all perspectives are equal

SEED – The Untold Story

Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds. The Untold Story follows passionate seed keepers protecting our 12,000 year-old food legacy

U.N. Me

In a film that exposes the incompetence and corruption at the heart of the United Nations, filmmaker Ami Horowitz takes us on a harrowing, yet often hilarious, trip through the farcical world of the United Nations

Raising Resistance

Beautifully shot and interweaving interviews with scenes from soy fields in Paraguay, Raising Resistance explores Latin American farmers’ struggle against the expanding production of genetically modified soy in South America

Queen of the Sun

This engaging and ultimately uplifting film weaves an unusual and dramatic story of the heartfelt struggles of beekeepers, scientists and philosophers from around the world


Fonko is a documentary movie about the new Africa told through its current music. Narrated by the legendary Fela Kuti, whose words have a timeless, prophetic, and sometimes ironic effect

Doing Good

A film about the importance of hope. Can we as a society learn something from one man’s genuine compassion? Can this film teach us anything about our ability to conquer illness?


This award winning film is the real story of a false prophet. A unique social experiment designed to explore and test one of the world’s most sacred taboos

In Pursuit Of Silence

A piece of devotional work about a subject that many have tried to encapsulate in some form or another for ages. Rather than encapsulate we’ve tried in a sense to free it, paying homage to the ineffable qualities of silence.

Blood Brother

‘Blood Brother’ is a story of friendship. It’s a story of a life, stripped down to its essence. Most of all, it is a story about love, enduring in the face of death.

A Brave Heart

An inspiring documentary following the journey of 26 year old, 58 pound Lizzie from cyber-bullying victim to anti-bullying activist

Natural Disorder

This exceptional documentary confronts our idea of what’s “normal” and asks the ultimate question: Does someone like Jacob have the right to live?

Banking Nature

Protecting our planet has become big business with companies promoting new environmental markets. Should our ecological heritage be for sale?


Director and concerned father Jeremy Seifert is in search of answers. How do GMOs affect our children, the health of our planet, and our freedom of choice?


Documented chronicles the journey of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas to America from the Philippines as a child and his public struggle as an immigration reform activist/provocateur

The Altruism Revolution

If altruism really is intrinsic in humans, is it possible to build a society and an economy structured around altruistic behavior instead of greed, tribalism and winning at all costs?

The Samba Within Me

Geórgia Guerra-Peixe takes us on a journey through her native Mangueira, a slum district in Rio de Janeiro hosting one of Brazil´s top samba schools

The Other Kids

For these children, football is more than a sport, it means being part of a family, despite the adversities of the environment.

The Kid and the Clown

An extraordinary relationship develops between the cancer ill boy Tobias and the hospital clown Angus during Tobias’ 20 months of treatment

Walking Under Water

A fantastic underwater documentary with beautiful imagery and a moving story, the story of the Badjao people, the sea nomads

K2 | Touching the Sky

An international group of grown-up children of acclaimed climbers, sets out on an expedition to reach K2 base camp, symbolic burial place for those who lost their lives on the mountain

Rebel Citizen

Pamela Yates’ latest documentary, ‘Rebel Citizen’ takes you on a revelatory tour of two time Oscar-winning cinematographer Haskell Wexler’s political documentary work, letting the veteran artist and activist share his vision of how to be a citizen in the world

Hip Hop-eration

A wonderfully warm and energetic Kiwi adventure. Hip Hop-eration follows a troupe of courageous, yet cheeky, senior citizens on an extraordinary quest to perform at the World Hip Hop Championships in Las Vegas

La scuola d’estate

Luca Ronconi, maestro of the contemporary stage, has chosen Umbria for the creation of a space for young actors and actresses, where the most liberal short-circuits of theatre can be put into effect

Journey to Jah

Together with the protagonists we delve into a world where music is used as an outlet to confront poverty, criminality and a lack of prospects, but also one that is characterized by a deep and uplifting spiritual bond.

My Stuff

I was 26 and lost.
I felt empty in my apartment full of stuff.
We all know that feeling: having too much stuff, stuff and stuff.
Too much of everything and still lacking something…

Rêve Kakudji

This wonderfully stylized, observational documentary offers an intimate window into the head of a young man caught between two worlds, who is trying, in fits and starts, to live his dream

Waiting for August

During their mother’s absence, Georgiana has been catapulted into the role of head of the family, responsible for her six siblings, while their mother is working in Italy

Out of Fashion

The documentary “Out of Fashion” follows Reet Aus’s journey from Tallinn, through the fashion stages of Europe and the cotton plantations of South America, and right into the epicenter of mass production in Bangladesh


This is just the beginning. In the midst of fast advancement of technology and lagging international legislation the film shows how drones change wars and possibly our future


The expectations to a young Iranian woman are very different from Sepideh’s ambitions, and her plans to go to university are in danger. How far could she go to make her dream come true?

Songs From the Soil

A visual and musical narrative that challenges our experience of beauty and ugliness, and which might bring our consciousness somewhere else by focusing on all the things we don’t usually pay attention to

Teaching Ignorance

How do the Arab and Jewish education systems teach the history of their peoples? This powerful film follows several Israeli and Palestinian teachers over the course of an academic year

The Case of The Three Sided Dream

“The image of Kirk that emerges is of an artist who fiercely asserted both his creativity and his personhood while pushing against two characteristics society would use to diminish him in any way it could” – JazzTimes

Above and Below

From the depths of the flood channels under Sin City, to a reclaimed military bunker in the middle of the dusty, heated Californian nowhere land to beyond the stratosphere where Mars now lives on earth

Ik ben Alice

“Alice Cares”, a documentary production from KeyDocs, directed by Sander Burger, is sharing a new perspective on the socio-technological debate that is growing in our times