A Canadian film director arrived to the biggest European country and discovered that everyone had left. During his expedition, he finds just several people scattered across the territory and figures out the reason why everyone left and how to live in an uninhabited land.
A group of young bohemian artists hangs out and searches for direction in their lives in the stagnant months leading up to the beginning of their university studies, in this richly textured and frequently funny look at Lagos’ new generation.
The boys are unleashed. In the early 1900s, five teenagers from rich families are sent on a repressive cruise after murdering their teacher. Led by a violent captain, they arrive on a strange island with luxuriant, supernatural vegetation. As the song says, "a change is gonna come."
Lonely and isolated in Australia, Simon, a middle-aged man travels to Cambodia searching for love. Once there, Simon begins a fragile self-exploration as he is confronted by his sexual desire against his need for love.
A portrait of five Vancouverites living on society’s fringes during the 2010 Winter Olympics, the film takes us into uncharted territory, falling somewhere between a fiction we need to see and a documentary we wish didn't have to exist. Best Canadian First Feature Film at the 2017 Toronto IFF
Koen attends a family reunion and nearly overdoses on ham and milk. Amateur photographer Stefaan takes an awkward trip down memory lane. Kjell travels back in time in an attempt to raise his self-esteem. Karel is abducted by aliens and comes back as a mutant. Jef’s paranoia gets in the way when he tries to impress his new in-laws. MovieZone Award at the 2017 Rotterdam IFF
Alice works in a call center in the outskirts of Zurich, selling internet subscriptions and insurance deals to strangers on the other end of the line. Inspired by her job, she calls lonely grandmothers and pretends to be their granddaughter in urgent need of money. Best First Feature – Special Mention at the 2017 Locarno IFF