Two Men, a Bike and a Goal. Competition from Ukraine heads west to America to explore the landscape and the inspiration of bringing salt, and a world record for speed, on a Soviet refurbished motorcycle, back from the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, to the homegrown hunger for the sport found in the Ukraine. An invigorating, joyful and expansive film. 

 

FNE TV spoke to Nataša Bučar in this video podcast shortly before the Slovenian government finally paid the delayed 2020 funding for the Slovenian filmmakers.  

She talks about the impact of COVID in 2020 and looks forward to 2021 as a year of recovery following the year end payment to Slovenian filmmakers by the government and talks about new productions slated to shoot in 2021.

When footage from the archives of the Polish Secret Service were revealed to filmmaker Tomasz Wolski, his passion for Polish history awakened the need to create An Ordinary Country; a haunting and important remembrance about surveillance, our current behaviors and how to frame, and possibly protect, our privacy and our abilities to improve our lives.

 

In the wilderness of the Bucharest Delta, nine children and their parents occupied an off-grid homestead for 20 years until being chased out and forced to live in the big city. In his newest film, Radu Ciorniciuc documents the family as they face life in the system for the first time. Many difficult questions arise about the freedom and choice to: be illiterate, live off nature, ignore private property, not participate in society, and many more... 

 

A gorgeous multi-layered narrative of factory and family life in Yiwu, China. How we consume, how we live, and a beautiful exploration of values, culture and questions regarding our global economy are raised in this True Story conversation. 

 

Directors Asia Dér and Sári Haragonics follow Virág, a former politician, and her partner Nóra, a musician, as the two gay women try to adopt a child of Roma origin. But tensions begin to rise as Virág thrives in her role as a mother and Nóra struggles to find her place within the family. As homophobia begins to overflow into their family, they must face the difficult decision of whether to leave their country behind.

 

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