Ryan Nicodemus – part of the The Minimalists duo – talks about what minimalism means, how to stop craving new things, and the documentary “The Minimalists: Less Is Now”.
David France talks about how he made “Welcome to Chechnya”, a harrowing yet inspiring documentary about LGBT persecution in Chechnya and the activists that oppose repression.
Radu Ciorniciuc talks about how he made the film “Acasă, My Home”, a documentary about the Roma man Gică Enache and his life in Bucharest’s Văcărești Delta.
What comes after death? From “Orphée” to “Beetlejuice”, these 10 films imagine the unknowable.
The celebrated Czech documentary film-maker Helena Třeštíkova talks about the influence of Miloš Forman on her cinema and how she made the film “Forman vs. Forman”.
Director Burhan Qurbani talks about his latest film “Berlin Alexanderplatz” and the mirror it holds to contemporary German society.
Director Lech Majewski talks about his experiences with the Navajo people, the importance of artists in cinema, and his latest film “Valley of the Gods”.
Hungarian director Kristof Deák talks about his Academy Award-winning short film “Sing”, and how it speaks volumes about the world we live in today.
Marcin Borchardt, director of the documentary film “Tony Halik”, talks about myths and realities across the life of one of Poland’s most loved journalists.
Director Alexander Nanau talks about his whistleblowing documentary “Collective”, and how the tragedy it chronicles highlights the social and political turmoil in Romania and further afield.