Malcom Sutherland, Canada, no dialogues, 2006
We hear the sounds of twelve different birds and see a hand trying to find signs, symbols, letters to contain what has been uttered.
The Little Bird and the Leaf
Lena von Döhren, Switzerland, no dialogues, 2012
It is winter. At the end of a branch hangs a single leaf. A little black bird comes along to water the leaf, but it falls off. The wind lifts the leaf and dances with it through the snowy wood. The little bird joins in, delighted. But the fiery red fox behind the tree is already licking his lips.
The Little Bird and the Bees
Lena von Döhren, Switzerland, no dialogues, 2020
It is springtime and The Little Bird is taking care of the first leaves on the tree. Then the blossoms open up one by one, and the bees coming buzzing along.
Julia Ocker, Germany, no dialogues, 2022
The woodpecker needs to peck a lot of holes while trying to catch the cheeky red beetle.
Julia Ocker, Germany, 2022
Mother owl doesn't know whether she's coming or going.
How It Grows: Stork
Miha Kalan, Jernej Žmitek, Slovenia/Croatia, in Slovenian language, 2022
Something is moving in the nest on the high chimney. Little stork will fly into the world for the first time. On his way, he happily avoids all dangers and finds something to eat. But the best thing happens when he meets the beautiful eyes of a lady stork.
Birds' Stories Ptičje prigode
The Innocent L'Innocent
Wednesday, 29. 03. 2023 / 16:30 / Main Hall
The French director and actor Louis Garrel packs his family memories into an imaginative, playful, and highly entertaining blend of crime, romance, and comedy.
Loving Highsmith Loving Highsmith
Wednesday, 29. 03. 2023 / 17:45 / Small Hall
A unique look at the life of celebrated American author Patricia Highsmith based on her diaries and notebooks and the intimate reflections of her lovers, friends and family.
The Line La ligne
Wednesday, 29. 03. 2023 / 18:45 / Main Hall
Much like its explosive protagonist, the film often changes mood while the director Ursula Meier is very skilful at shattering stereotypes about violence committed by women. The Line saw its world première at this year’s Berlinale.