It's the first warm day of spring. Little Pig is feeling happy and decides to go for a swim. On the way she meets a hedgehog with too few prickles, a crow whose beak is too long, a green lamb and a little calf covered in white spots. None of them look quite 'normal'. They all set off with Little Pig to go swimming. They help out a turtle, who grants each of them a wish. But nothing turns out quite the way they planned.
White Lite is something of a mystical film. It feels like we've gone through the looking glass and entered another world, despite the fact it was largely shot in the flat of its director, Jeff Keen. The film greets us with the invitation "meet anti-matter and the bride of the monster", pointing to Keen's love of B movies and a reference to The Bride of the Atom (US, 1955) or The Bride of the Monster as it was later known, a film by Ed D. Wood Jr.
Germany, 1981. State Security Service agent Harald Love is sent on a secret mission from the GDR to the Federal Republic, to verify an informant with the code name "Heinz" who is suspected to be a double agent. A job that may change his life forever...
Birger is old and retired from work, but he still goes back to work since he has nothing else to do. Back home he gets a rare visitor: a girl from Hare Krishna recruiting new members.
"An existential sugar shock which takes us on a fun, candy-filled roller-coaster ride between cruel violence and extreme cuteness - which prove to be disturbingly close together." (The production company's synopsis)
Paula is 19 years old, looking for an identity and understanding of her friendship with childhood friend Cissi.
Tour of an auto parts and accessories factory climaxing with a stop-motion product parade.
Still reeling from his breakup with college sweetheart Allison, Adam's world is thrown into further chaos when he’s surprisingly invited to attend her wedding.
Free-spirited writer Juliet Ashton forms a life-changing bond with the delightful and eccentric Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, when she decides to write about the book club they formed during the occupation of Guernsey in WWII.
Scott Carthy’s debut film ‘Litefeet’ documents the recently criminalised art of subway dancing. The footage is of one of NYC’s most prolific dance groups, the W.A.F.F.L.E crew, leading up to their last dance on the improvised stage of a subway car.
A man reading on the street.
The story of Daniel, a man who all of his life has felt insecure because of his penis size. This changes when he joins a support group a little bit out of the ordinary.
A romance between a beginning writer and a publisher.
"A small film about a great artist" - The Swedish pianist Jan Johansson (1931-1968), one of the most celebrated jazz/folk music pianist's of Northern Europe. The film tracks the pianist's coming greatness through the great masters Schubert, Mozart, and Hayden, to jazz music and Jan Johansson's transformation of Swedish folk songs, records on the album "Jazz på svenska".
Kåre is born with his umbilical cord permanently attached to his mother. They spend their lives in each other's constant presence.
Little Ida's mother is working for the Germans during WW2, and she is also having a relationship with a German SS-officer. Ida is experiencing the problems of having a mother who is involved with the enemy, without being old enough to understand what is actually going on.
Percy Nilegaard collects Swedish single men and embarks on a bus trip to Tallinn with a so-called "highly-experienced driver".
What is going on behind the closed doors of the women-only secret club? The first rule is that love is prohibited. When Sophie falls in love with a mysterious man, she must choose between her last chance for true love to her loyalty to the club.