From Hungary to the United States, in search of a father who disappeared many years earlier and is mixed up in a top-secret government project about extraterrestrials. From the director of Hukkle (2002), Taxidermia (2006), and Final Cut (2012, TFF30), a mysterious and murky journey through the United States, in which identity is lost and witnesses don’t help. Part lo-fi science fiction and part family drama, with unpredictable, light-handed irony.
When faced with a possible pregnancy, the relationship between Guido and Chiara falls apart. Guido wanders from couch to couch, and what he used to consider rock solid reference points, crumble. The sentimental-existential precariousness of today’s 30/40-year-olds, told with intelligence, a deep gaze, and bitter-sweet irony. Starring Daniele Parisi, Anna Bellato, Silvia D'Amico, Thony, and a cameo by Brunori SAS.
When Sam wakes up still groggy in the apartment where he spent the night partying, he is shocked to find that he is alone in Paris, and the city has been invaded by zombies. He is overcome with terror, how can he survive? But he discovers that maybe someone else is in his same situation. A daring debut which lets social satire slip in between the horror plotlines. With Anders Danielsen Lie (22 July), Golshifteh Farahani (Paterson) and the great Denis Lavant as a zombie.
The frontier saga created by whites for the native Americans is the boundary of their reserve, Prairie Wolf. An open-air ghetto. A community lost in alcohol and apathy. A forgotten land. Barren and desolate. The story is about the Denectlaw family. Cracks appear in the political and cultural oblivion when the youngest brother, Floyd, who is a soldier in Afghanistan, is killed. Part fiction (the actors are all native Americans) and part documentary, the film is a lesson about stoicism.
Adolescent Iva has recently lost her mother, a musician, in a car accident. After discovering that her mother had a relationship with Erik, an orchestra director, Iva decides to deal with her personal traumas. A suspended and subtle exploration of pain and loss, as dreamy and symbolic as a musical score. The second movie by Slovenia’s Sonja Prosenc, who made a name for herself with her debut film, The Tree (2014).