A sonic portrait of a Mexican village focused on architecture and public space, ( ( ( ( ( /* ) ) ) ) ) is a sensory ethnography of culture and communication in a community founded by volcano refugees.
Cindy Burstein and Anula Shetty create a powerful compendium of stories lived and told by women belonging to the inspirational Women’s Mobile Museum (WMM), a concept developed by iconic South African artist, Zanele Muholi. Eleven videos are featured in which the...
This is a short documentary about the power of dreams in providing guidance towards one’s accomplishment of purpose in their lives. It’s a story told through 5 artists in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Agnès Varda, who died in 2019, was a photographer, installation artist and pioneer of the widely influential French New Wave film movement of the 1950s and 1960s. This self-made film, produced just before her death, is filled with magic – and is a rare chance to see a major artist’s work from their own perspective.
Spanning the full length of Morrison’s life and prolific career, Pieces I Am examines her works and the powerful themes she has explored through her writing. With Morrison’s charisma and brilliance at its centre, the film explores her career as a novelist and editor as well as the history that has informed her writing.
A border in Europe. A painting by Paul Klee. A poem by Walter Benjamin. A film about yesterday and today, and how difficult it is to recognize one behind the other.
What starts as seemingly disconnected visual poetry, very quickly turns toward the eerie. The collage of found footage creates scary foreshadowing of our future. She Breathes Water is a commentary on humans’ destruction of the environment at every level and how...
A young creative takes us on his journey, on how he and his team as independent artists are embracing their challenges and creating a voice through a promising innovative movement called Circles.
This fascinating look at the graffiti artist who has achieved global fame without ever revealing his name, provides an account of Banksy’s anarchic career, from the early appearances of his work in Bristol to the ways in which the enigmatic artist has invisibly scaled the heights of the art world while at the same time ridiculing its values.