Narrative fiction films directed by bold female filmmakers, curated by GiF.
A modern retelling of the story behind Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones painting; King Cophetua's passage through real and virtual worlds on a mission for love.
The story of a young woman who is assaulted on the subway and how that ripples into her psyche in the immediate days following.
Three young women re-live, regret and rationalise their relationship with alcohol through the hazy pale light of the day after.
The rich and complicated friendship between two women in a sexually fluid and post-feminist world.
A vibrant visual poem that sheds light on the dark reality of drug addiction
Story about six young people from post-Olympics Barcelona and their sensitive perspective on existence
Ahead of our first film festival in Prague, we talk to one of directors Gabriela Pichler about her social satire of small town in Sweden
Magical realism and glasses that make men disappear with the help of Curandera witchcraft
In a deserted Spanish landscape, a young girl is looking for inner peace
Four friends enjoy the last days of an endless summer on Mediterranean island. Camille, the youngest, is pregnant.
Comedy short about a group of young men trying to interpret their friends art
Ahead of our Prague launch we talk to one of our featured directors, Slovak filmmaker Martina Buchelova
A young kid starts hopping trains to escape his boring small-town life.
Teenage identical twin sisters grapple with the difficulties of shifting identity.
In this salute to 1950s prom nights, two teenagers are about to go on wild ride of love
Valerie gets a one way ticket to hell after an escalated fight with her boyfriend in karaoke bar.
A terrified young man gets caught up in a surreal and demoralizing 'business opportunity'. Will he make it out alive?