Cahier Africain


It all started with a small school exercise book. Its pages were checkered with the courageous testimonies of 300 Central African women, girls and men. They reveal what Congolese mercenaries did to them in the wake of armed conflict. On their own initiative, they gathered together their testimonies in this book to record the […]

Kati Kati

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When Kaleche wakes up in the middle of the wilderness, she’s having no idea how or why she got there. She makes her way to Kati Kati, a nearby lodge, where she meets a motley crew of residents under the leadership of Thoma. As Kaleche strikes up a quick and intense friendship with him, […]

I Go Back Home – Jimmy Scott

This multi-award winning documentary by young German director Yoon-ha Chang is the story of a man, Ralf Kemper, driven to celebrate a long forgotten music legend. Kemper crosses between Europe and the United States, finding the best players, arrangers and producers to create the album of his dreams. He showcases Jimmy Scott in the […]


Thriller by Erik Skjoldbærg (Insomnia, Pioneer)
A pyromaniac ignites his first fire in a peaceful village. In the weeks to come it is followed by a series of fires, spreading fear in the small community. An inferno lurks under the surface as a local policeman uncovers the unthinkable truth: the pyromaniac is one of the […]

Just not Married


‘Just Not Married’ tells a story of two brothers who choose opposite paths. Duke, a promising undergraduate student, is broke. It’s a crippling problem, as he must provide for his critically ill mother and his ex-con brother. With the help of his best friend Lati and his sassy crush Keji, he hatches a genius […]

Music is our weapon


A film portraying the philosophy, history and fight-for-justice of the most enthralling band in Kenya, which continues to build a bridge between all different social classes with their music and inspires a population living in abject poverty. ‘Music Is Our Weapon’ is a metaphorical journey of a young vibrant band that never ceases to […]

Schwester Weiß


Two sisters, Martha and Helene, stand in focus of Dennis Todorovic's film «Schwester Weiß». As mother superior of a franciscan convent, Martha leads a deeply religious life of strict rules and high morals, Helene is an atheist and was always the wild one in the family. But a car accident changes everything.