Lilies of the ghetto (Flyer)

Lilies of the ghetto

The daily destruction of the lives of African youths who are forced by hardship into various crimes for survival, as typified in the ghettos of Nigeria. This movie represents a new tendency among the Nigerian film industry and film directors, who apart from Nollywood begun to develop a high quality cinema, accessible to a worldwide audience. Film professionals started to produce quality movies, despite the financial challenges that are obstacles to certain projects. Joseph Ugochukwu is part of the new movement. More

Lola (Flyer)

Lola

In Tagalog, the language of the Philippines, Lola means grandmother. We are shown two grandmothers, one whose grandson is lying in the morgue, and the other who is visiting hers in prison because he is accused of killing him. We see two grandmothers in pain, one preparing a funeral, the other trying to get an alleged offender out of prison. More

Shankhonad (Flyer)

Shankhonad

Abu SayeedBangladesh – 2005

After more than 27 years of absence Chand returns to his birthplace in a stormy night. When he was still a child his parents were killed and the murderer seized his fields. Without exposing his real identity he meets the people that characterised his childhood: the sorceress Kunjuburi, his friend Fazlu and the son of his parent's murderer, Mannaf Khan. The latter welcomes him at first cordially, but when he comes to know his real identity he tries to ged rid of him. More

High and Low - Tengoku to jigoku (Flyer)

High and Low - Tengoku to jigoku

Akira KUROSAWAJapan – 1963

Kingo Gondo, executive director of the National Shoe Company, meets with three other executives from the same firm in his beautiful Yokohama mansion. Their purpose is to change the production policy of the company: Instead of making expensive footwear, long famous for good quality and durability, they would switch to a low-cost mass-produced line of shoes and thus increase sales and income. But to make this change, the president must be eased out of office. More