A young couple living in a small house somewhere in the middle of nowhere.
The bucolic idyll is disrupted by extraterrestrial powers.It quickly becomes clear that they are not alone and a fight for survival begins.
Approaching the microphone in a small room covered in postage stamps, a young woman prepares to make the speech of her life.
Desperate to find her voice in the wake of an ended relationship in which she felt unheard, she resorts to sharing any piece of advice she can muster.
Her reflection on their differences strikes up an imaginary conversation.
A little dark skinned girl swims against the currents of uniformed masses in the vast city of Tokyo. She wanders through parks and temples, presses her nose against a pet shop window, visits the ocean at sundown. And every now and then, she bends down to retrieve a glittering piece of a discarded item. For her silent quest has a goal – to reclaim a treasure long lost.
The short film is about a dangerous form of manipulation occurring in close relationships in which one of the partners overpowers the other by manipulating her/his perception through lies, confusion, unjustified guilt-shaming and distraction. Through this the victim is kept down and conditioned on the gaslighter. At the end the protagonist emancipates in a surprising way.
HYDRA is the manifestation of our most hidden fears.
A parable about hegemonial masculinity that examines how rigid ideas about gender become the cause of violence.
Susceptible was written by Rachel Bassini to be the title track of her debut album of the same name. The song and the album were developed and recorded with her longtime collaborator, Pedro Reñé, in his hometown of Rosario, Argentina at Decibelio Records where Federico Sagripanti produced it. The video was filmed by Ashley DuPree on the streets and in the music venues of Berlin, where Rachel lived while finalizing the album.
In January 2016 two friends set off to learn first hand about the lives of refugees in Europe. With a pair of cameras and a little yellow van, the journey would lead them from Lesvos to Idomeni and on through the Balkans.
Set against the background of the EU pact with Turkey and the closure of the "Balkan Route", the film explores these events through the lives of those most effected on the ground.
As such the documentary is a deeply personal and emotional perspective on the refugee crisis - but seen from the unlikely vista of a little yellow van. It’s story is led through the friendships made with refugees, and its subplot a eulogy to the work of aid workers, volunteers and locals - whose work is too often forgotten.
In an environment of fear, hatred and suspicion in Europe, “The March of Hope” is a celebration of everything which makes us human, and a challenge in film to the xenophobia growing in modern Europe.
We get into our first weekend with a live battle of Berlin finest Hip Hop.
Founded by Nick Fox (Rizzo & The Members Club, Pages, Trapdoor) & Alex Linton (Lexodus, Rumin Erato), Peanut Butter Beats brings you those smooth, tangy, sweet, crunchy, and delectably spreadable hip hop beats from the best Berlin-based artists, in the form of live events and video showcases.
LEXODUS RIZZO & THE MEMBERS