Poetry

Avala

Twenty years ago, Mr. Dedić, a professional Cellist with his career on the rise suddenly decided to stop playing the Cello, and withdrew from the world.

poster of film Avala
Total votes: 6962
China's 3Dreams

Twelve years in the making, China’s 3

Total votes: 4587
April In Paris

Two world-renowned musicians: she - from Georgia, he – from Israel, both living in Paris. She – a young star pianist, he – a violin legend of our time.

Total votes: 2240
Doubt

The film "Doubt" follows two roommates after a murder. But what happens when one suffers from psychosis?

Total votes: 85173
Ramble

Based on Johann Wol

Total votes: 2502
An Elephant on the Moon

Paris by night. It's storming, and raining a lot. A lightning falls on a handicapped trafic sign.

Total votes: 2115
junk girl

There once was a girl who was made up of junk.She looked really dirty, and she smelled like a skunk.She was always unhappy, or in one of her slumps-perhaps &

Total votes: 3925
AJANTA: Small Universe

A meditative exploration of the 2,200 year old, Ajanta Buddhist Caves in Maharastra India.

Total votes: 4017
My Breasts

At the final moment all that remains are ou

Total votes: 4424
Delhi's Mother Tongue - The Story of Urdu

A compilation of interviews that track the birth and development of the Urdu language in India and reasons for its present day decline in India .

Total votes: 2367
Peacock

REVIEWS:

Total votes: 1809
The daily nothingness (lanadacotidiana)

Between reality and fiction series of characters move at the rhythm of the heartbeat of the city.

 lanadacotidiana (The daily nothingness)   real and ficcion
Total votes: 1275
Last Days of Mortal Entity

      Phil

Philosophical journey through the mind of the young man as he tries to find the meaning of his life while battling with mortal disease. As he tries to accept his mortality, he revisits his past and his dream in the attempt to understand himself and his place in Russia.
Total votes: 890
Exterior

Una comunidad de mujeres

Total votes: 1134
Dichotomy Brewing: A Keith R. Booker Story
    Total votes: 17709
    Voyageur
    Where do we feel at home?
    Total votes: 821

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