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UKRAINE | 109 minutes | 2019
Eastern Ukraine, 2025. The war is barely over and PTSD-afflicted ex-soldier Sergiy is having trouble adjusting. Almost by chance, he joins a group of volunteers who are exhuming corpses to give them a proper burial and, in so doing, come to terms with the horror. There he meets Katya. With his sumptuous signature long shots (honed as DOP on Slaboshpytskiy’s The Tribe), Vasyanovych examines the ravages of war through a bleakly romantic lens.“[Atlantis] proves to be both intimate character study and powerful exploration of the ravages of war on mankind and his environment.” Screendaily
Orizzonti Prize for Best film - Venice Film FestivalBest film - Les Arcs Film FestivalToronto Film Festival
Mariusz Wilczynski, who grew up in beaten-down, 80s-era Poland, delivers his first animated feature. Here, he returns to a land that exists only in his...
POLAND | 88 minutes | 2020
Five-year-old Little has never seen the sunlight. She lives with her mother, Nikki, in the abandoned subway tunnels of New York, like hundreds of other...
UNITED STATES | 90 minutes | 2020
Old widow Mantoa lives in the small village of Nasaretha in South Africa. When her son dies in an accident, she decides to make arrangements for her own...
LESOTHO, ITALY, SOUTH AFRICA | 120 minutes | 2020
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