This non-narrative animated film is a poetic debate about the issue of “home," and the experience of the outland as a new home. It describes the search for an inner place of calm; a timeless space of deceleration.
A witty, intense, and unpredictable tale fusing rapid-fire chamber-drama with fearless acting and relentless cinematic appeal. Accused of grave transgressions, one young nun battles the oldest of beliefs as the true nature of sexuality is put on trial. Award-winning director Johan Liedgren teams up with director of photography Zia Mohajerjasbi and actress Liza Curtiss as Sister K in “…a modern bar-fighting lovechild of Eyes Wide Shut and 12 Angry Men.”
Purushi, Pratiksha and Shalu are three best friends and trans women struggling to find their place in contemporary Indian society, often via the only means of making a living available to them: sex work and begging. We Did Not Fall from the Sky is a stylized art piece about friendship, with live action intercut with animation and dreamlike dance sequences.
A married couple is woken in the dead of night by a mysterious phone call. Unable to sleep, they are drawn into an unsettling examination of their fears and desires. Based on a story by Raymond Carver (Birdman), Whoever Was Using This Bed is a multi-award winning short psychological drama starring Jean-Marc Barr (The Big Blue), Radha Mitchell (Man on Fire) and Jane Birkin (Blow Up).
We act against ourselves without constraint, and are surprised at the resulting horror. We would rather not think about this, because it makes us uncomfortable. However, this film is not about comfort. It is about asking us to witness what actually is happening. “Witness" is a wordless, contemplative film essay regarding the nature of atrocity.