New Films

  • Learning to Forget
  • In China more people are on death row than the rest of the world combined. The children of the convicts are most often left alone, stigmatized and living in the streets. Some of the abandoned kids are picked up by an orphanage founded by a former prison guard that the children call Grandma Zhang. Here they learn to live a life without parents and prepare for a world outside where they have to prove the misconceptions about them wrong. We learn to understand the climate and the political issues of the Chinese system through Grandma Zhang, but the main stories of loss, shame, and hope are told through the children.

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  • Bugs
    • DK 2016
    • society
    • food
    • 76', 52', 8x25', 4x45'
    • Andreas Johnsen
  • Will eating insects save our earth? A gastronomic adventure with Nordic Food Lab by Andreas Johnsen

    Insects as food is a hot topic. Particularly over the last few years, since the UN recommended edible insects as a resource to combat world hunger, they have been heralded for their taste by cooks and gastronomes, for their low ecological impact by environmentalists and for their nutritional content by public health scientists. It would seem that insects are the new superfood that will fix all our problems of global food security.

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  • The Chinese Lives Of Uli Sigg
  • The Swiss Uli Sigg had an impact on China's shifting economic policy after the Mao era. He has also established the world’s most significant collection of contemporary Chinese art. The majority of this collection will be transferred to Hong Kong's M+ museum, due to open in 2019. A documentary about the entrepreneur, diplomat and art collector Uli Sigg in the tense and ongoing transformation of Chinese society from the late 1970s until today.

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  • Future Baby
  • A film about the future of human reproduction as it is happening right before our eyes. This investigation takes us around the world to patients and researchers, to egg donors and surrogate mothers, to laboratories and clinics. The hopes and wishes of future parents mesh with research on how to optimize the human genome in the face of an ever accelerating rate of progress. How far do we want to go?

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  • BOI, Song Of A Wanderer
  • Boi is a story about identity - a young woman becomes the ‘girl with a mustache’, later an attractive man. Private archives and self-reflective portraits form an intimate account of 12 years of transition against the backdrop of vibrant cities like Tel Aviv, Tokyo and New York. A film about sexual fluidity and staying out of categories.

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Latest News


Market Screenings :

FRI 13/05, 16:00: Palais I  

SUN 15/05, 14:00: LERINS 1  

FLY AWAY HOME by Mirjam Unger (Drama) 
MON 16/05, 12:00: LERINS 1

Autlook @ HOTDOCS 2016



Sat 30/04, 6.45pm at Scotiabank Theatre 3

Mon 02/05, 1pm at TIFF Bell Lightbox 2

Sun 08/05, 10.15am at Isabel Bader Theatre



Sun 01/05, 4.30pm at Innis Town Hall

Sun 01/05, 10.30am at Isabel Bader Theatre

Mon 02/05, 10.15am at TIFF Bell Lightbox 2

Fri 06/05, 6.45pm at Scotiabank Theatre 13


We are warmly welcoming Inka Achté to our TV-Sales-Team!

Her next stop is HOT DOCS May 1-6.

WALLS wins Award @ Ajyal Youth Film Festival

WALLS wins its second award at the Ajyal Youth Film Festival! Happy to share the news and congrats to the whole team!

Festivals & Markets

  • DocsBarcelona
  • May 25, 2016 - May 27, 2016
  • Astrid participates in the Speed Meetings from 25/05-27/05.

  • Cannes Film Festival
  • May 10, 2016 - May 17, 2016
  • Salma Abdalla and Youn Ji will be in Cannes from May 10-17.
    Visit us at our booth at the RIVIERA under Austrian Films Umbrella, Booth Nr. K6

  • Hot Docs
  • May 1, 2016 - May 6, 2016
  • Inka Achté will attend.

  • Visions du Reel, Nyon
  • April 19, 2016 - April 21, 2016
  • Andrea Hock and Liselot Verbrugge will be in Nyon this week!

  • Tribeca Film Festival
  • April 15, 2016 - April 20, 2016
  • Salma represents the World Premiere of BUGS in New York.