It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light. — Aristotle
The turmoil that has brought to the world is universally shared with each and everyone of us. The hiatus has inspired us to start seeking the inner beauty in ourselves and what we can pull through physical limitations.
Through the eyes of the nature, we start to rethink and redefine the connection between human societies and the earth. Not only do we examine the relationships in a holistic perspective, but also the surroundings that are near us.
By looking closer to the subject matter, we find the most important part in this equation, the carrier of our souls – our mind and body.
A wife battles to keep her husband's body intact after he dies of a leg amputation.
As We Like It
As We Like It, a reworking of Shakespeare's play, tells of the love blossoming between Orlando and Rosalind, who is disguised as a man. This colourful, energetic film follows Orlando and Rosalind and three other potential couples in their search for one another. All set in an internet-free neighbourhood in the bustling metropolis of Taipei where there is no rush and people consciously live together.
Somewhere on the coast of Taiwan is Hotel Iris, a mouldering seaside establishment run by a cold and thrifty Japanese woman and her lonely half-Taiwanese daughter Mari. One night, Mari hears the cries of a woman from the upper floors. Heading up to investigate, she witnesses a distraught woman in a red camisole dress escape an impeccably dressed but violent man whose cold voice is entrancing...
180 Degree Rule
A school teacher from Tehran is preparing to attend a wedding in northern Iran. When her husband suddenly forbids her to go, she makes a choice that will place her on a painful path zig to atonement.
The Ghost And The House Of Truth
Bola Ogun (Susan Wokoma) is a dedicated counselor, who facilitates reconciliation sessions between convicts and the victims of their crimes. When her own daughter goes missing, her belief in forgiveness is tested.
Tracy A. Whitaker
Fabian Adeoye Lojede
Unable to face the mother who left her at a young age, BRYNJA (40) takes shelter in a small guesthouse in a village outside Reykjavik. There she befriends MARK (50), a British tourist, who's dealing with his own personal tragedy.