Production: Lotus Film


In Blue Moon, we witness, with the structure of a road movie, a tender love story with thriller overtones, in which two cultures and two distinct worlds – East and West – meet, and which gradually discover that they have much more in common than it might initially seem.



Michael Glawogger, in realising Untitled, his posthumous film, set off with his long-standing group of collaborators on a journey around the world – apparently without any final destination – filming reality as it is, without any filter, documenting destruction and rebirth, the degradation of certain situations around the world and, at the same time, the great power of human beings to recover, to rise from the ashes, to find a new purpose in life, new lifeblood.



With Northern Skirts, Barbara Albert told dramatic and extraordinarily joyful stories, probably thanks to her own 29-year-old youthfulness, and managed to establish herself on the international film scene.