Another Earth - A window into ourselves? Another Earth - A window into ourselves?

The 19th edition of the festival runs from September 28 to October 9. It opened with Mike Cahill's mysterious drama Another Earth and will close with Bonsái.

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The Echo Of Astro Boy's Footsteps
The Echo Of Astro Boy's Footsteps
A documentary looking into the secret behind the disappearace of the sound designer who helped make Astro Boy a cult cartoon star.
In The Dark Half
In The Dark Half
The lives of a young girl and a grief-stricken father are brought together and haunted by a death.
A girl was raped at 15, and gave birth to her daughter. 17 years later, mother, daughter, and grandfather live a meagre life together in their van.
Tilt is a love story set against the backdrop of the changing political and social environment in Europe in the late 80s and early 90s. Can this love survive the challenges of emigration, a violent homeland and an immoral social atmosphere?
Two women experience one ugly night that will change their lives together.
How To Start A Revolution
How To Start A Revolution
The story of Nobel Peace Prize nominee Gene Sharp, the world's leading expert on non-violent revolution.
Black Pond
Black Pond
An ordinary family are accused of murder when a stranger dies at their dinner table.
Kim grew up in a criminal family in the Swedish countryside. He now wants to make up for his crimes but can he escape his past?
Bonsái: A Story Of Love, Books And Plants
Bonsái: A Story Of Love, Books And Plants
Tragic-comic love story between two youngsters amid books, literary quotes, coming-togethers and fall-outs.
John is a professional gambler but when he meets a beautiful and mysterious new bookie his life starts to spiral out of control.
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