New Finnish Cinema
A breath of fresh air with a tint of a sense of humour far from being trivial, mixed with a bit of sadness and grotesque: these are the ingredients that define Finnish Cinema and make it unique. This is a fitting description for both old classics and latest productions that come from Finland. More »

Must See Must Be
The section Must See Must Bee is a summary of the films screened during the most important film festivals around the world which even the most knowledgeable film enthusiasts might have missed, when making an effort to digest the plethora of new film productions. More »

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Films from A to Z

1 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
1 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
I Love My Boring LifeI Love My Boring Life
Mám ráda nudný život
dir. Jan Gogola
Czech Republic 2008, 26’
I, Don GiovanniI, Don Giovanni
Io, Don Giovanni
dir. Carlos Saura
Spain, Austria, Italy 2009, 127’
Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, TheImaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, The
dir. Terry Gilliam
France, Canada, United Kingdom 2009, 122’
Immortal TalesImmortal Tales
Contes Immoraux
dir. Walerian Borowczyk
France 1974, 99’
In ScaleIn Scale
V Masshtabe
dir. Marina Moshkova
Russia 2007, 8’
Indian SummerIndian Summer
Babie lato
dir. Maciej Cendrowski
Poland 2010, 11’
L’Enfer d’Henri-Georges Clouzot
dir. Serge Bromberg, Ruxandra Medrea
France 2009, 93’
Island of the Living DeadIsland of the Living Dead
Zombi 2
dir. Lucio Fulci
Italy 1979, 88’
It’s me. HelmutIt’s me. Helmut
Ich bin’s. Helmut
dir. Nicolas Steiner
Germany, Switzerland 2009, 12’