Short film for Vice Media about the illusion of stability, freedom, and prosperity in the West, comparing it to life in the Soviet Union during the 1970s. Ends with a trailer for HyperNormalisation.
How to ride a mechanical bull and not care that everyone is picturing you naked.
Imagine a dating app that only allows it’s users to connect through character. Would it still work? Or are people too shallow?
A man dressed up in a mummy costume begs in the street every day at the same place, ready to do anything it takes to earn a few coins.
Water as a physical and metaphysical metaphor and background of human existence. A docu-fictional essay between the Brazilian Sertão-deserts and the Northern-German flood areas of Dithmarschen. Dramas and day-by-day-observations in times of climate change.
Recently divorced Sara decides to pursue her education abroad. Living in a conservative society, her parents refuse for her to do so until she is married once again. So she decides to search for a husband in order to travel.
It is like a miracle that has occurred five times a century since 1797. The Fête des Vignerons frees the character of the Vaudois from their legendary restraint. It turns an entire region into a gigantic drunken boat. The 2019 arena welcomes 20,000 spectators, the equivalent of the population of Vevey. Guarantor of tradition, the Confrérie des Vignerons ensures that it evolves and engages the artists who best stick to their time.
A metaphorical love story about the dream of peace, freedom and solidarity in Europe, with the reality of right-wing politics and terror trying to destroy it.
French actors Lucien Jean-Baptiste, Aïssa Maïga, Sonia Rolland, Deborah Lukumuena, Marie-France Malonga, Gary Dourdan and others speak up on the reality of black actors in the French movie industry.
A 64 year old cardboard collecting grandmother and a Brazilian bodybuilder reveal the identity of Macau through the pointillist minutiae of their life experience, emotional strength, and driving passions.
silent drama featuring Betty Blythe, Robert Frazer, and Gladys Hulette
LIKE is an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the film is to inspire us to self-regulate. Social media is a tool and social platforms are a place to connect, share, and care … but is that what's really happening?