A young woman is murdered, her body dismembered, its parts dumped across Vienna. Two suspects emerge without a clear motive: a law student who sells concessions part-time at a movie theatre, and an image-obsessed rapper/boxer; each is trapped in his expectations, set against the abstraction of a violent postmodern news-scape. One of them goes berserk…


What is happening to art in the age of the internet age? Many wonder whether the urge for physical objects is really just nostalgic fetishism. In contemporary times, taking selfies is an inherent part of visiting a museum. Digital technology has completely transformed the experience of art, and #ARTOFFLINE lets viewers decide what they think…

Ayiti Mon Amour

Five years after a devastating earthquake in Haiti, three stories intertwine, collide and co-exist. A grieving teenager discovers he has a superpower, an old fisherman thinks the cure for his ailing wife can be found in the sea, and a muse struggles to exit the story her author is penning in this magical neorealist fable…

Billy the Kid

Exhilarating and heartfelt, casting agent Jennifer Venditti’s feature directing debut grants an intimate, empathetic view of an expressive and seemingly fearless outsider and provides an unvarnished and unique snapshot into what it’s like to grow up in America.A provocative coming-of-age story, Billy the Kid is an acclaimed odyssey into the soul of an American teenager….

Blood Paradise

An oddball thriller about a beautiful crime writer who goes to a Swedish countryside to regain inspiration but finds that farm life can be deadly.


Dormant for decades, a mothership hovering over post-apocalypse Ethiopia awakens. Resolved to board the craft, a collector of late-20th century pop memorabilia embarks on a surreal journey to uncover its secrets. Heralding the era of post-modern Afro-futurism in the US, Miguel Llanso’s feature film debut, is an ahead-of-its-time commentary on American consumer culture and the…


A 26 year old kid from the Midwest moves to New York City to find hope and self-discipline through his friendship with a precocious 6 year old and the adult superhero Leather-Man who he conjures from a psychedelic cupcake.


12-year-old Daimi rattles around a decrepit house with her Christmastime companion, a magical piglet. A painful truth hides in the murky water of the bathtub, seamlessly blending reality with fantasy.

Damned Summer

Chico’s summer starts at home, under the cover of the lemon trees. But now, he belongs to Lisbon, where he just finished college and hopes to find a career. Chico’s part of a new generation, void of prospect and expectation. Intoxicated nights of affections and heartbreak propel him into psychedelic hedonism, where burning anguish and…


The strict order that governs life in a small industrial city in Russia is the subject of Russian documentary filmmaker Ksenia Okhapkina’s essay portrait. With her talent for visual composition and perceptiveness regarding local events, she puts together an audiovisual collage of seemingly minor details that enable us to observe a society bound by the…