ISHA is a new short film by #FiveFilms4Freedom director Christopher Manning, and his award-winning cast and crew.
Our 2017 alumna Anna Jancsó is producing a new short about a young Muslim Romanian man who falls for a British lover. The film explores with emotional complexity the themes of immigration, integration, intimacy, family, and love. Support it today!
Deep Clean is a live action supernatural horror short, an exciting new partnership between comic artist and filmmaker.
Following up on his documentary "American: The Bill Hicks Story," about the 1990s cult comic, British filmmaker and Berlinale Talents alum Matt Harlock is teaming up on a horror short with graphic artist Krent Able. Become a backer and help unleash some demons today!
A film about a lesbian couple in Peru calling upon Andean magic to fight against discrimination, produced by Berlinale participant D.S.
Peruvian filmmaker Diego Sarmiento has been a Berlinale regular with some truly beautiful films ("Earth's Children," 2014, and "Sonia's Dream," 2015). He and his team just started post-production on his new project "Supay," but need your help to get it to the finish line!
NETIZENS follows targets of online harassment as they confront digital abuse and strive for equality and justice online.
After her great success with "Bully," Berlinale Talents alumna Cynthia Lowen is now working on her next documentary about cyber harassment faced by women. Help her get the project out in the world!
A boy is in the tracks. The train is coming. A woman screams. A film about our reaction to the inevitable and the supreme act of love.
Berlinale Talents and Script Station alumna Elina Fessa is seeking funds to shoot her next short film "Tracks." Back it today!
Men in South Central Los Angeles find hope through their dedication to somersaulting pigeons.
Talents alumna Milena Pastreich is looking for finishing funds for her directorial feature debut. Support this fabulous documentary today!
When Maria, a young pregnant woman is fired, she goes on a birth strike. A short film about a dream set in Athens, Greece.
Nikoleta Leousi was selected for the 2016 Berlinale Talents Short Film Station with this project. She is now raising funds to bring her short film "37 Days" to life. Help her and become a backer today!
A secret cell of feminist terrorists is planning to liberate women, overthrow the patriarchy, and usher in a new female world order.
Bruce LaBruce, the master of low-budget cinema, won the Teddy Award at the 2014 Berlinale. Bruce is currently being held captive by the Female Liberation Army. Let's unite to set him free and make "The Misandrists" happen!
An immigrant's story about the love that is lost when a man's wife and son finally receive visas to join him in the US.
Ekwa Msangi (Berlinale Talents 2016) and her team have started to work on the film edit but they still need a little help. Join them to finish "Farewell Meu Amour"!
Out of My Hand follows a Liberian rubber plantation worker who risks everything for a new life as a cab driver in New York.
This alumni collaboration by writer/director Takeshi Fukunaga and writer Donari Braxton was the second foreign production feature film ever shot in Liberia! The film was successfully funded in 2014 and went on to screen in the Panorama section of the 65th Berlinale.
The story of Alfred Avril, an aging farmer in Haiti who is also a master of the esoteric martial art of Haitian machete fencing.
In this short film, 2016 Berlinale Talents alumnus Jonathan David Kane explores the esoteric martial art of Haitian machete fencing — also known as Tire Machèt.
Alumnus Scott Cummings applied for Berlinale Talents 2016 with an excerpt from this experimental exploration of the Juggalo subculture. It became a team favorite!
2012 alumna Heidi Saman's first feature film "Namour," about a Los Angeles valet driver, will premiere this year. In 2013, she conducted a successful campaign to make the film happen.
We are shooting a fiction feature about youth, love and teen pregnancy in San Antonio, Texas.
"Petting Zoo" took part in our 2011 Script Station and went on to screen in the Berlinale's Panorama section in 2015.