(See Me) I’m in Here! is a silent film that uses human expression and the medium of dance to tell the story.
In the silence and the monotony of a residential suburb, men and women standing in front of their houses start falling in a random and irrevocable way.
Choreographer, dancer, and ceramicist Kimiko Otaka presents Mil Máscaras.
'I knew a man who sweeping his roof only out of the gallantry towards the sky' is the quote from the most surreal drama of Lorca - 'The public
A Battling Body (A Corps Battant) is the story of a fight : a one minute choreography to illustrate a whole life, a y
A man walks into a painting he is viewing at an art galley and embarks on a mysterious adventure.
Camus: Should I kill myself or have a cup of coffee?Film Character: I 'll put some jazz first and then we see what happens…
A dance film shot on the roof the New York's Ace Hotel follows a young woman’s journey to find truth, lost between reality and altered states of consciousnes
Querencia is a Spanish metaphysical concept for a place, literal and figurative, from which a person derives strength and character.
Grandmother's House is a film about family relationships and the strong emotional ties family members make to a home.
There is always something absent that torments her. Maxine (28)
a writer who lives in Paris, suffers from solitude, she only
On the cusp of adulthood, 17-year-old MELISSA navigates a dark odyssey from innocence to sensuality under the manipulative hand of her boyfriend, LOKI, withi
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