A dark film from the hard core of the Colombian queer community, haunted by the ghosts of its young dead. A generational portrait painted on a pitch black canvas, and one of the great cinematic breakthroughs of the last year.
Theo Montoya / Colombia, France / 2022 / 74 min
Book reception: Margaret Tait
Book reception for the first Danish translation of the texts of filmmaker and poet Margaret Tait.
De humani corporis fabrica
Two of the most radically innovative minds of contemporary cinema are back with an experience unlike anything seen on screen: A high-tech moving image work shot inside the human body.
Véréna Paravel, Lucien Castaing-Taylor / France / 2022 / 115 min
Dark and melancholic reflection on the Srebrenica massacre and the tragedy's reverberations in the half-empty city, where three of the survivors each bear the heavy testimony of the past.
Kumjana Novakova, Guillermo Carreras-Candi / Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Spain / 2022 / 72 min
Fragments from Heaven
Cosmic film from the deserts of Morocco, where nomads search for meteorites under the dome of the sky to sell them to science. A profound, existential experience that fills the cinema screen as few other films.
Adnane Baraka / Morocco, France / 2022 / 84 min
Kafka for Kids
Franz Kafka's famous short story about a man's transformation into an insect, filmed as a surreal version of a children’s TV show by Israeli artist and iconoclast Roee Rosen.
Roee Rosen / Israel / 2022 / 111 min
Matter Out of Place
What will future archaeologists think when they dig their way back to our time? One thing is certain: They will have to dig deep to reach through the rubbish heaps. A sensory report from the autumn of the Anthropocene Age.
Nikolaus Geyrhalter / Austria / 2022 / 110 min
My Imaginary Country
Hopeful portrait of the giant protest movement that broke out in Chile in 2019, with perspectives back to the military coup of 1973, told by Chilean documentary legend Patricio Guzmán.
Patricio Guzmán / Chile, France / 2022 / 85 min
Non-Aligned: Scenes from the Labudović Reels
Josep Tito's personal cameraman unravels the fascinating history of non-aligned countries in the 1960s Balkans, in a film about the first wave of the post-colonial movement by the award-winning filmmaker Mila Turajlić.
Mila Turajlic / France, Serbia, Montenegro, Qatar, Croatia / 2022 / 96 min
A Korean TV show evolves into a colourful parallel universe during another lockdown in an imaginative film co-directed by artist Mika Rottenberg and Mahyad Tousi.
Mika Rottenberg , Mahyad Tousi / United States / 2022 / 92 min
The Natural History of Destruction
The bombing of German cities and civilians during World War II, inspired by W.G. Sebald through black-and-white archive footage by the brilliant Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa.
Sergei Loznitsa / Netherlands, Germany, Lithuania / 2022 / 80 min
Where Is This Street? or With No Before and After
An elegant mapping of Lisbon's labyrinthine streets, where fictional situations juxtapose with the real-life theatre of the city during a warm summer. João Pedro Rodrigues and João Rui Guerra da Mata are back.
João Pedro Rodrigues, João Rui Guerra da Mata / Portugal, France / 2022 / 88 min