• Following divorce and a serious accident Hannu lives alone on his farm in the West of Finland. An environment home to all kinds of wildlife – including the Eurasian lynx, a wildcat until recently almost extinct. When Hannu finds a dead lynx by the side of the road, it is like meeting an old friend: he realizes that the lynx who lived in the area during his childhood have returned. Filled with renewed vigour and lust for life, Hannu sets up trail cameras all over his land. Soon, 23 cameras are recording everything from moose to mice. Hannu starts to get to know the lynx personally, learning their habits and habitats, relationships and individual characteristics. The spirit of the lynx permeates deeper and deeper into Hannu’s world as he becomes increasingly fascinated by theirs.
  • Can anyone be a movie hero? Can the world be locked in one film frame? Director Paweł Łoziński is watching people from his balcony as they are passing by: sad, thoughtful, glued to their phones, young and old. Neighbours, random visitors or simply passers-by. The filmmaker accosts them, asks questions, talks about how they deal with life. Standing there with his camera for over 2 years he has created a space for dialogue, a lay confessional of sorts, where everyone can stop by and tell their story. The protagonists carry secrets and mysteries, and are not easy to label. Every story is unique, and life always surpasses imagination.
  • Four children, each lost a parent to suicide. When director Milou probes the questions no one ever dared to ask her, the kids finally tell us about the journey they made from the moment they heard the news.
  • Second Life is a documentary of ordinary people’s real-life struggles and reconciliation with fate by documenting their lives over two years. Through four featured opposing keywords for eight prospects in life including “Reunion Restaurant” and “Running for a Future”, “Storm Survivors” and “Reconstructing Faces, Rebuilding Lives”, “The Last Resort” and “No Looking Back”,“Moving On” and “Turnaround”, the documentary depicts the joys and sorrows of ordinary people’s lives amidst the torrent of time, observes the choices people make in face of decisive moments and their fate from multiple dimensions and perspectives, demonstrates the power of humanity, inspires the audience’s courage and second thoughts in face of their lives and future. The documentary is rated 9.9 on Bilibili and 9.1 on Douban with a total online view count of over 600 million.
  • An intimate documentary portrait of Mr. Zdzisław, who talks about his life and how it changed under the influence of Aphasia.
  • PACO (75) and TRINI (73) have always been together. Due to a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, Paco and his children make the difficult decision to put Trini in a nursing home, where he visits her and takes care of her daily. We discover their story through the eyes of their granddaughter Marta, who for 12 years films her grandparents' relationship. What begins as an attempt to capture memory ends up becoming a film about the love of a lifetime.
  • Widely acclaimed as China’s foremost 20th century painter, Chang Daichien (1899-1983) spent his last three decades living in self-imposed exile from his beloved homeland. A feature documentary film Of Color and Ink unravels the mystery and controversy of his creative and spiritual quest abroad and his journey East to West to become an artist of global significance.
  • During their special "dates" with their artificially intelligent companions, three young Chinese women reflect on the uniqueness and boundaries of such intimate relationships. This short documentary captures the richness of these bonds, from philosophical questions to intimate moments to the real sense of security and companionship afforded by these artificially intelligent lovers.
  • Liu Cixin, a science fiction writer and author of "The ThreeBody Problem" is a man with an extraordinary mind. Few people has taken such complex theories and technologies and woven them together to create such beautiful stories and imaginative worlds. Now.Liu, and some of the world's leading scientists are going to reveal the secrets behind his stories. Each film in this seres will focus on a key areas of science and technologh from Liu's books. From a seres of master interviews Liu will introduce and set up the significance of each, before sitting back as the films travel across the global and comes to uncover what the latest research reveals about the key science and philosophical questions at the heart of each.
  • Yang San-eii has never owned a home, nor does he plan to join the debt game now. At the age of 50, he decides instead to construct one with his own energy and time, and opts for traditional Japanese-style carpentry that omits the need for nails. In his mind, the Yang family house will stand tall for a century, but during the decades-long construction, his family’s livelihood is solely dependent on his wife, who is propping up the restaurant alone. The Yangs and their daughters are now the focus of community gossip. Chatter aside, the sorest point of stress is economical. With no end in sight, the project’s limbo status has led the two daughters to leave home for work and love. These structural changes, as well as other interpretations of belonging, challenge Yang’s sense of mission. A man with a broken childhood, will Yang be able to complete his dream home and secure a future for his family?
  • Against the backdrop of the civil war in the Central African Republic, a Chinese construction manager and local African laborer work on opposite ends of the spectrum to construct a sparkling new bank. As deadlines loom, unexpected twists threaten their jobs, relationships, and plans for a better life. An eye-opening drama about these two men in their pursuit of wealth and happiness.
  • Although much has been written about him, little is actually known about Johannes Vermeer, painter of iconic images and international favorites like The Milkmaid and The Girl with a Pearl Earring. "Close to Vermeer" follows Gregor Weber, globally-renowned Vermeer expert and flamboyant curator at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam working on his last big dream before his retirement: setting up the largest Vermeer exhibition ever. Weber joins a number of Vermeer enthusiasts and experts using the latest techniques in search of what makes a Vermeer truly Vermeer.
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