Christian Krönes, Florian Weigensamer 2018 90 Min

Current Affairs, Documentary, Environment & Nature

Agbogloshi, Accra is the largest electronic waste dump in the world. About 6000 women, men and children live and work here. They call it SODOM. Every year about 250.000 tons of sorted out computers, smartphones, air conditions tanks and other devices from a far away electrified and digitalized world end … more

Ron Peck 1978 109 Min

Drama, LGBTQ

The first major British gay film, this study of a closeted schoolteacher who spends his nights cruising London’s gay clubs in search of Mr Right defies categorisation. Both a fascinating glimpse into the 1970s scene and a portrait of an ordinary gay man living in a homophobic society, Nighthawks subverts … more

Sara Gibbings 2016 162 Min

Cultures & Traditions, Current Affairs, Documentary

Why is it that St Patrick’s Day is the only national holiday that is celebrated in almost every country across the world? Why can Irish pubs be found from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe? It seems that nearly everybody on the planet has some sort of a connection to Ireland. It’s not … more

Klaus Härö 2015 90 Min

Drama, Historical Drama

Fleeing from the Russian secret police because of his controversial past, a young Estonian fencer named Endel is forced to return to his homeland, where he begins to train a group of young children in the art of fencing. The past however catches up with him and Endel has to … more

Lars Damoiseaux 2012 2 Min

Comedy, Environment & Nature, Short Film

A praying mantis is eaten by a frog. The frog is eaten by a stork that is in turn eaten by a crocodile. The crocodile ends as a pair of boots and the wearer of the boots is killed in an accident when he takes a motor ride and a … more

 

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