A French woman of African descent manages to escape after being arrested in the Dominican Republic.
She finds shelter in the most dangerous district of Santo Domingo, where she is taken in by a group of children.
By becoming their protégée and maternal figure, she will see her destiny change inexorably.
Fellinopolis is the new documentary by Silvia Giulietti made in honour of Fellini’s centenary. The film follows Fellini behind the curtains, observing the great director through the eyes and the lenses of Ferruccio Castronuovo, Fellini’s trusted partner, who filmed him between the ’76 and ’86.
There is a tiny village in Hungary, where Éva and her family live. Her 16-year-old child recently came out as transgender and lives by his chosen name of Tobi. After the initial shock, the whole family comes together to support him.
Akilla’s Escape weaves the present and past in a crime-noir about the urban child-soldier. Set in Toronto and New York where over 450,00 Jamaicans reside, the story speaks to the historical criminalization of black boys that modern society overlooks.
This film shows the serious counterparts that the culture of the exploitation of soy and other grains has on Brazilian society, especially on the LGBTQI+ community. The film is set in the central area of Brazil, a place with the highest numbers of transsexuals murders.
Ten year old Jo spends her days along the Shenandoah River with her best friend Selma, fishing, scrapping for metal—surviving. She get’s her chance when Bill, her abusive junkie stepdad, OD's on heroine. She dumps him in the river, and flees when the cops come looking for answers. Selma in tow, she steals Bill’s beat-up Buick, hocks his tools and an old flatscreen for quick cash, and heads off bound for Los Angeles, in hopes of finding her biological father.
In a Parisian parking lot Sonia finds herself trapped in her car with her son and the daughter of her boyfriend Fred, who has been left outside, powerless to deal with the situation: an anti-tank mine has been set under the car.