... When You Look Away

by Phie Ambo
Viola-Lucia Film, Hansen & Pedersen film og fjernsyn
| 84’ | Denmark | 2017 | |
Where are the limits of consciousness and are we connected in ways we never knew? Phie Ambo asks these big questions in a filmic experiment with surprising answers. A thought-provoking film from the unknown borderland between science and alternative world views.


by Tal Barda & Noam Pinchas
Set Productions | 55’ | Israel | 2016 | HD
A Heartbeat Away is a riveting human drama, swinging on the pendulum between science and faith, hope and despair, life and death. In its center, human doctors who have been thrust to the position of gods in the midst of Africa.

Bicycle, Spoon, Apple

by Carles Bosch
Cromosoma, S.A.
| 58’ - 90’ | Spain | 2010 | 16/9 HD |
In October, 2007, Pasqual Maragall was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Once past the initial blow, he and his family embarked on a crusade against the disease. And from the very first step, this film has grown into an extraordinary testament. With intelligence, sincerity and an infectious spirit, Maragall allows a portrait to be painted of not only himself, but also his family and his doctors, in order to leave behind a lasting document of his personal fight.

Dr. Feelgood

by Eve Marson
Bungalow Pictures
| 83 | USA | 2016 | |
The story of Dr. William Hurwitz a preeminent pain specialist sentenced to 25 years in prison for drug trafficking provides a window into the ethical dilemma of opioid prescriptions. Painkillers give doctors tremendous power to relieve pain, but this power begets trouble when the same drugs lead to addiction, abuse and death..

Good Things Await

by Phie Ambo
Danish Documentary Production, Vintage Pictures
| 58’ -95' | Denmark | 2014 | HD |
Niels is 79 years old and one of the last idealistic farmers in the agricultural country of Denmark. He makes some of the world’s finest products, praised by the consumers, prized by the world’s best restaurant, NOMA in Copenhagen, and nursed in harmony with the universe. But Niels’ ways of farming in accordance with the planets and the primal instincts of the animals are not too popular with the authorities. They are threatening to withdraw his license to keep cattle, the buildings are deteriorating, and with no successor to take over, Niels risks seeing his life fall apart. Is Niels’ way of pre-industrial farming actually the most modern way of farming? He produces healthy and tasteful products but is fighting against rules set by the industrial farming culture. What effect will these rules have in the long term on our crop, food and animals? And what effect will it have on planet Earth and the universe? Farmer Niels has an idea about this, and with his stubbornness and insight he will fight every day to pass this knowledge onto us.


by Stephen T. Maing
Mud Horse Pictures LLC
| 88’ - 58’ | USA | 2012 | HD
>HIGH TECH, LOW LIFE follows the journey of two of China’s first citizen reporters as they travel the country - chronicling underreported news and social issues stories. Armed with laptops, cell phones, and digital cameras they develop skills as independent one-man news stations while learning to navigate China’s evolving censorship regulations and avoiding the risk of political persecution.


by Žiga Virc
Studio Virc - Nukleus Film - Sutor Kolonko | 88’ | Slovenia - Croatia - Germany | 2016 | HD
Cold War-era international intrigue, declassified top-secret documents, and a clandestine deal between John F. Kennedy and Yugoslavia’s president Josip Tito are just the tip of the iceberg in this absorbing docu-fiction.

Let there be Light

by Mila Aung-Thwin
| 80’&52’ | Canada | 2017 | 4K |
The world’s most complex science experiment is humanity’s greatest hope for the future of clean energy.

Shock Room

by Kathryn Millard
Charlie Productions
| 70’ | Australia | 2015 | HD |
In the early 1960s, psychologist Stanley Milgram, in seeking to understand the Holocaust, ran a series of controversial experiments on obedience. An authority orders you to inflict painful shocks on another person. Most of us will obey, claimed Milgram. But will we? And were Milgram’s experiments as much art as science? In dramatising previously un-filmed versions of the world’s most famous psychology experiment, Shock Room turns a light on the dark side of human behavior and forces us to ask ourselves: what would I do?


by Franco Dipietro
Duel Film snc, Oki Doki Grey Ladder Ouvert Taiga Film
| 72’ & 52’ | Italy | 2017 | 4k |
Subtitles Heroes is a feature creative documentary about Italian Subs, the world's largest fansubber community. Tv series mania, passion, dubbing and shared economy (and intelligence) are the main topics of this movie for cinema and tvs.

The Electric Mind

by Nadav Harel
NoProcess Films
| 60’ | Israel | 2009 | HD |
The Electric Mind has been granted exclusive access to document mentally ill people undergoing a set of groundbreaking medical experiments in Israel, Germany and the US, conducted by world leading brain researchers who are taking psychiatry a giant leap towards the future.