Dirty ComputerApril 23, 2018
The story of a young woman named Jane 57821, who is living in a totalitarian near-future society where citizens are referred to as 'computers.' 'Dirty Computer' explores humanity and what truly happens to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness when mind and machines merge, and when the government chooses fear over freedom.
My PerestroikaJanuary 24, 2010
Tells the story of five people from the last generation of Soviet children who were brought up behind the Iron Curtain. Just coming of age when the USSR collapsed, they witnessed the world of their childhood crumble and change beyond recognition. Through the lives of these former schoolmates, this intimate film reveals how they have adjusted to their post-Soviet reality in today's Moscow.
A Report on the Party and the GuestsDecember 30, 1966
In Jan Němec’s surreal fable, a picnic is rudely transformed into a lesson in political hierarchy when a handful of mysterious authority figures show up. This allegory about oppression and conformity was banned in its home country but became an international success after it premiered at the New York Film Festival.
Where to After the Rain?January 1, 1967
A young woman tries not to become conformist like her parents, while her fiancee who had similar views, gradually became one. However it turns out that she cannot distance from her own background either.
The QuandaryJanuary 17, 2017
Cooper is given a decision that could help him finally make a difference or get him killed.
The FlagJanuary 1, 1965
A sly critique of the communist regime in Poland, one of the carefree participants disrupts a patriotic march by retrieving a collection of unnecessary "bourgeois" items from inside his head. It introduces the disunity in their ranks as everyone starts playing with objects brought by him.