Mid-Length Movies • 45m
The daily reality of life on the hilltops of the West Bank, The Hilltops is an insider's exploration into the lives of three prominent settler leaders and their battles to hold on to what they perceive as their biblical heart land.
Canada - 2011 - 45m
Directed By: Igal Hecht
Written By: Igal Hecht
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O laboratório (The Laboratory)
Incuna International Film Festival
A Tarkovskian Stalker-like atmosphere surrounds Fernando José Pereira’s O laboratório. The ruins we traverse, they are a landscape of memories. Memories of the past, above all. But they also foreshadow a future, a future of ‘life after life’, a f...
The Red Balloon
Cannes Film Festival
Berlin Internatonal Film Festival
Vienna International Film Festival
In this nearly wordless children’s fable, a red balloon forms a life of its own and starts to follow a young boy through his daily activities around the streets of Paris.
France - 1956 - 34m
Robin & Mark & Richard III
Over the course of three years, Martha Burns and Susan Coyne filmed the late theatre director Robin Phillips and performer Mark McKinney (The Kids in the Hall) rehearsing a piece from Shakespeare’s Richard III at Robin’s home outside of Stratford. Eventually joined by the actor Christine Horne, a...