Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel’s striking visual poem proves how our capitalist way of thinking is unfit for human life and its sustainability.
Loneliness plays a crucial role in Evi Kalogiropoulou’s coming-of-touch story.
Niki Lindroth von Bahr's Something to Remember portrays the anguish experienced by a highly developed society and its pessimism towards an inevitable demise.
Leonardo Martinelli’s Locarno Golden Leopard winner Neon Phantom is surprisingly as entertaining and watchable as it is urgent and harrowing.
Instead of offering anything as a straight factual counterpoint, the musical performances in One Hundred Steps themselves demand reconsideration.