Drawn in the style of a graphic novel: Another Day of Life is a documentary film about the world-famous journalist Ryszard Kapuściński and his time in Angola. In the African country, the reporter from Poland, during the mid-1970s, experiences the brutal reality of war.
The Salt of the Earth. Complex, multilayered documentary about the life and work of the Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado. Wim Wenders portrays a man who loves people, a photographer who expresses the beauty and cruelty of humanity in the black and white depths of his images.
Woman at War. After his first feature film Of Horses and Men, Icelandic filmmaker Benedikt Erlingsson brings to the theatres a humorous environmental thriller with an artemid environmental warrior as the title heroine. In Woman at War Halla declares war on the aluminium industry. She is prepared to risk everything to protect the pristine Icelandic highlands.
Planet Earth II – a nature documentary as exciting as a thriller. The BBC production often takes the viewer’s breath away: hard fighting animal protagonists trying to secure their own existence and that of their offspring. Scenes of the everyday struggle for survival of animals in extreme biospheres alternate with brilliant shots that reveal animals and their habitats in full beauty.
The Peaky Blinders – racehorses, mobsters and shades of dark grey. In the Peaky Blinders TV series, the tweed caps are spiked with sharp objects to punch cuts and scratches into the opponents’ faces. The brilliant BBC series depicts life on the streets of Birmingham in the aftermath of the First World War.
All Creatures Great And Small – beautiful locations in the Yorkshire Dales, interesting characters, a fantastic cast down to the smallest supporting role and a wonderful story. This is why with great pleasure many fans still remember the British television series from around 1980 based on the autobiographical stories of the veterinarian James Herriot.
The Dark Valley – Alpine western, a feature film with depth. Set in a remote valley in the South Tyrolean mountains at the end of the 19th century, the film Das finstere Tal – The Dark Valley impresses with an exciting story and aesthetic landscape shots of mountain panoramas.