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The Door Of No Return

DIR: Santiago A. Zannou
2011 / Spain / 55 min



The Forgiveness

DIR: Ventura Durall
2009 / Spain / 65 min


The Grandmothers of Revolution 0

The Grandmothers of Revolution

DIR: Petra Seliškar
2006 / Cuba, Macedonia, Netherlands, Slovenia / 90 min



The Queen’s Baths

DIR: Sérgio da Costa, Maya Kosa
2012 / Switzerland / 37 min



The Things I Cannot Change

DIR: Tanya Ballantyne
1967 / Canada / 55 min



The Tightrope

DIR: Nuria Ibáñez
2009 / Mexico / 85 min



The Town of Badante Women

DIR: Stephan Komandarev
2009 / Bulgaria / 70 min


The Wait_1

The Wait

DIR: Inka Achté
2012 / Finland, United Kingdom / 24 min



The Way We Are

DIR: Pedro Filipe Marques
2011 / Portugal / 91 min


The Worm0

The Worm

DIR: Andis Mizišs
2005 / Latvia / 71 min


Their Helicopter0

Their Helicopter

DIR: Salome Jashi
2006 / Georgia / 22 min




DIR: Shelly Silver
2013 / United States / 67 min




DIR: Agnès Varda
1967 / France / 22 min


Vinegar (JAZZ WAR)1

Vinegar (JAZZ WAR)

DIR: Vít Klusák
2001 / Czech Republic / 22 min


We Want Roses Too 01

We Want Roses Too

DIR: Alina Marazzi
2007 / Italy, Switzerland / 85 min



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