159 Sources films made!

Feature Films and Creative Documentaries developed through 
Sources since 1993


  • A Band Called Impaled Rektum

    (Finland), Jukka Vidgren, Juuso Laatio / co-writer Aleksi Puranen, Jari Olavi Rantala

    Produced by Making Movies.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Louise Gough.

    Premiered at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, USA.

  • Comic Sans

    (Croatia 2018), Nevio Marasovic

    Produced by Kinorama (HR). Supported by Croatian Audiovisual Centre, Creative Europe MEDIA.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Gualberto Ferrari.

    Premiered at FEST International Film Festival in Belgrade, Serbia

  • Facing the Wind

    (Spain/France/Argentinia 2018), Meritxell Collel

    Produced by Polar Star Films in coproduction with Habitacion 1520 and Paraiso Production. Supported by ICAA, INCAA and Eurimages.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Gualberto Ferrari during Sources 2 Script Check sessions in Catalonia.

    Premiered at Berlinale Forum 2018.

  • Cops

    (Austria 2018), Stefan A. Lukacs

    Produced by Golden Girls Filmproduktion. Supported by Vienna Film Fund, Austrian Film Institute.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Miguel Machalski.

    Premiered at 39th Max Ophüls Award Film Festival & 31st FIPA Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels in Biarritz.

  • Lajkó, The Gipsy Who Went To Space

    (Hungary/Russia), Balázs Lengyel

    Screenplay: Balázs Lengyel / Balázs Lovas.

    Produced by Ferenc Pusztai, KMH Film (HU).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Miguel Machalski.

    Released in Hungary in March 2018.

  • The Mover

    (Latvia), Dāvis Sīmanis / co-writer Matīss Gricmanis

    Produced by Mistrus Media. Supported by National Film Centre of Latvia.

    Work in progress shown at the Locarno Film Festival & Tallinn Black Nights 2017.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Eric Collins.

    Premiere to be announced.

  • Breathing into Marble

    (Lithuania/Latvia/Croatia), Giedrė Beinoriūtė

    Produced by Just a moment, coproduced by Mistrus Media, Aning Film. Supported by Lithuanian Film Centre, National Film Centre of Latvia.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Miguel Machalski.

    Premiere to be announced.

  • Born in Evin

    (Germany/Austria), Maryam Zaree (documentary)

    Produced by Golden Girls Filmproduction (AT), co-produced by Tondowski Films (DE).

    Developed with the support of Hessen Film, Österreichisches Filminstitut, ORF Film/Fernseh-Abkommen, DFFF Deutscher Filmförderfonds, ZDF kl. Fernsehspiel, BKM, Kuratorium junger dt. Film, FISA Filmstandort Österreich.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Arash T. Riahi.

    Premiere to be announced.

  • Small Planets - Disconnected

    (Germany), Dirk Manthey (documentary)

    Produced by Strandfilm Produktion GmbH (DE).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Michael Seeber.

    Premiere to be announced.

  • F#ck Fame

    (Germany), Lilian Franck

    Produced by Oval Film (DE).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Ruth McCance.

    Premiere to be announced.


  • The Only Ones

    (Switzerland 2017), Martina Clavadetscher

    Produced by Tilt Production in coproduction with SRF, Teleproduktionsfond, Kanton Schwyz, FOCAL

    Developed through Sources 2 with Eric Collins.

    Premiered in December 2017 on SRF 2.

  • The Infinite Garden

    (Bulgaria 2017), Galin Stoev / Yana Borissova

    Produced by Martichka Bozhilova, AGITPROP (BG).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Miguel Machalski.

    Premiered in November 2017 at Cinemania, Bulgaria.

  • Brava

    (Spain 2017), Roser Aguilar

    Produced by Iberrota Films. Backed by Institut Català de les Empreses Culturals (ICEC) / Instituto de la Cinematografía y de las Artes Audiovisuales (ICAA) / Media / Setmàgic Audiovisual / Televisió de Catalunya (TV3) / TvOn.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Gabriel Auer.

    Premiered at Granada Film Festival 2017.

  • Finding A Father

    (Switzerland 2017), Walo Deuber / Rosemarie Schneider (documentary)

    Produced by Doc Productions GmbH (CH).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Gualberto Ferrari.

  • Cloudboy

    (Belgium/The Netherlands/Sweden/Norway), Meickeminne Clinckspoor

    Produced by Kathleen Goosens, Bulletproof Cupid Film Productions; Submarine (NL), Götafilm (SE), FilmCamp (NO). Supported by Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds (VAF), Netherlands Film Fund, Creative Europe, Belgium Tax Shelter.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Arash T. Riahi.

    Released in April 2017.

  • Free Lunch Society

    (Austria/Germany), Christian Tod (documentary)

    Produced by Arash T. Riahi, Karin Berger, Golden Girls Filmproduction; co-produced by Robert Cibis, Lilian Franck, OVALfilm. Supported by the Austrian Film Institute, ZDF/ARTE, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation Film/Television-Agreement (ORF), Film und Medien Stiftung NRW, Filmstandort Austria (FISA), Vienna Film Fund.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Arash T. Riahi.

    Presented at the 30th Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels, Biarritz. Premiered at CPH:DOX 2017.

  • Summer 1993

    (Spain 2017),  Carla Simón

    Produced by Inicia Films in co-production with AVALON. Supported by MEDIA, ICAA, ICEC and the participation of TVE.

    Feature film consulted by Gualberto Ferrari during Sources 2 Script Check sessions in Catalonia.

    Premiered at 67th Berlinale / awarded the Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury for the Best Film (ex aequo Becoming Who I Was, Republic Korea 2017).

  • The Migrumpies

    (Austria), Arman T. Riahi

    Screenplay: Arman T. Riahi, Faris E. Rahoma, Aleksander Petrovic

    Produced by Arash T. Riahi, Karin Berger, Golden Girls Filmproduction. Supported by Vienna Film Fund, Austrian Film Institute, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation Film/Television-Agreement (ORF).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Eric Collins.

    Premiered at the 38th Filmfestival Max Ophüls Award 2017 / Audience Award 
    a.o. Diagonale Graz 2017,  Nashville Film Festival 2017 / Audience Award

  • Guardians of the Earth

    (Austria 2017), Filip Antoni Malinowski (documentary)

    Produced by Soleil Film (AT).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Gualberto Ferrari.

  • Star Boys

    (Finland), Visa Koiso-Kanttila

    Produced by Mika + Niho Ritalahti, Silva Mysterium Oy; Dragon Films.
    Sales: Silva Mysterium Oy. Supported by: The Finnish Film Foundatation, YLE.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Arash T. Riahi.

    Premiered at the 40th Göteborg Film Festival.

  • The Inertia Variations

    (Sweden, UK), Johanna St Michaels (documentary)

    Production: Lazarus Limited, Saint Michaels Production, Film Väst. Support: Swedish Film Institute, Swedish Arts Grants Committee, working grant, Gothenburg City, Statens Musikverk, Kuturbryggan. Sales: Saint Michaels Production.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Gualberto Ferrari.

    Premiered at the 40th Göteborg Film Festival.


  • Cause of Death: Unknown

    (Norway 2016), Anniken Hoel

    Produced by ManifestoFilm (DE).

    Developed through Sources 2 with David Wingate.

  • Butterfly City

    (Ireland 2016), Olga Ćernovaite / Jeremiah Cullinane (documentary)

    Produced by Planet Korda (IE).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Arash T. Riahi.

  • The Trampoline

    (Croatia 2016), Katarina Zrinka Matijević / Pavlica Bajsić Brazzoduro

    Produced by Interfilm (HR).

    Developed through Sources 2 with Louise Gough.

  • Night of a 1000 Hours

    (Luxembourg/Austria/The Netherlands 2016), Virgil Widrich

    Produced by Bady Minck, Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu, AMOUR FOU Vienna /// Luxembourg; Hanneke Niens, Hans de Wolf, Keyfilm; Arash T. Riahi and Raphael Barth, Golden Girls Filmproduction. Screenplay consulted by Jean-Claude Carrière. Supported by Film Fund Luxembourg, Austrian Film Institute, Filmstandort Austria, ORF Film/Fernsehabkommen, Vienna Film Fund, Land Salzburg, Stadt Salzburg, Netherlands Film Fund, Netherlands Film Production Incentive, IDM, MIBAC Roma, Eurimages, Creative Europe, ALGOA Slate Fund.

    World sales: Picture Tree International

    Developed through Sources 2 with Louise Gough.

    World premiere at the 21st Busan International Film Festival / Audience Award,
    European premiere at 32nd Warsaw Film Festival, US premiere at 52nd Chicago International film Festival, Theatrical release in Austria in autumn 2016.
    Opening film of the 38th Film Festival Max Ophüls Award,
    further festivals 2017 include the International Rotterdam Film Festival, Luxembourg City Film Festival, Bolzano Film Festival.
    Nomination for the Austrian Film Award.

  • The Invisible City (Kaukuma)

    (Belgium 2016), Lieven Corthouts (interactive documentary incl. app)

    Produced by Emmy Oost, Cassette for timescapes. Co-producers: Reinhilde Weyns, Canvas and Samuel Feller, Magellan Films.

    Supported by Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), BRITDOC CIRCLE, The Belgian Development Cooperation, MEDIA Programme of the European Union/Creative Europe, Pascal Decroos Fund, Tax Shelter of the Belgian federal government.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Gualberto Ferrari

    Belgian cinema release 25 May 2016.
    MOOOV Film Festival, Docville.

  • King of the Airs – Notes on a Friendship

    (Switzerland 2016) by Ivo Zen / Hercli Bundi (feature documentary)

    Produced by Hercli Bundi, Mira Film. Supported by Zürcher Filmstiftung, Kanton Graubünden, Fachausschuss Film und Medienkunst BS/BL, Kulturfonds Suissimage, Bundesamt für Kultur, Succès Passages Antennes, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, UBS Kulturstiftung, Stiftung Bündner Suchthilfe, Stiftung Stavros Niarchos, Stadt Chur, Graubündner Kantonalbank.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Arash T. Riahi.

    World Premiere at Vision du Réel 2016, Competition "Regards Neuf"
    Premiere Switzerland 17.04.2016
    Nomination Basler Filmpreis 2016 
    Filmfestival Max Ophüls Preis 2017, Documentary Competition / Award Best Film Music

  • Lou Andreas Salomé

    (Germany/Austria/Italy 2016), Cordula Kablitz

    Produced by Avanti Media Fiction, coproduced by Tempest Film, Arri (Germany) and Gabriele Kranzelbinder Production (Austria). With the support of DFFF, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, MFG Filmförderung Baden-Württemberg, Nordmedia, Austrian Film Institute, Vienna Filmfund, BLS. Distribution: ARRI World Sales.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Louise Gough.

    Theatrical release in Germany in June 2016. Successful box office in Germany, Austria, Switzerland.
    International Film Festival Emden-Norderney 2016 / NDR FilmAward, 12th Festival des deutschen Films Ludwigshafen.
    International festival premiere at 19th Shanghai International Film Festival. Presented at 4th Festival des deutschen Films Peking, Chengdu and Shenzen. Licensed in China.
    French premiere at Festival des deutschen Films Paris, theatrical release in France on 26 April 2017.
    US premiere and nomination Reel Women Direct Award for Excellence in Directing by a Woman.


  • One Of Us

    (Austria 2015), Stephan Richter

    Produced by Golden Girls Filmproduktion.
    With the support of Austrian Film Institute (ÖFI), Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF), Filmfonds Wien (FFW), Office of the State Government of Lower Austria – Directorate Culture.
    Developed through Sources 2 with Miguel Machalski.

    World premiere at the San Sebastian Filmfestival 2015 / Competition New Directors.
    Selected for 11. Zurich Film Festival (Focus Switzerland/Germany/Austria).
    Austria: Premiere at Viennale 2015, cinematic relase in November 2015.
    Austrian Film Prize 2016, Best Supporting Actors, further nominations for Best Feature, Best Cinematography, Best Editing.
    Winner of the Max Ophüls Award 2016, Max Ophüls Film Festival Saarbrücken.

  • Master and Tatyana

    (Lithuania 2015), Giedre Zickyte / Dagne Vildziunaite (documentary)

    Developed through Sources 2 with David Wingate.

    2nd Prize at the Vilnius Documentary Film Festival / Baltic competition 2015
    Lithuanian Film Award SILVER CRANE for Best Director (Giedre Zickyte), Best Cinematographer (Audrius Kemezys), Best Editing (Domas Kilciauskas, Danielius Kokanauskis, Giedre Zickyte), Best Documentary (Giedre Zickyte).
    Nominated for Best Score (Jurga Seduikyte, Giedrius Puskunigis) at Lithuanian Film & TV Awards Vilnius 2015,International Women Film Festival "Šeršėliafam" Vilnius, Varėna, Gargždai, Kaunas 2015 (LT).
    Diploma for the Presentation of the Artist’s Unconventional Identity at Minsk International Film Festival Listapad 2015.
    SILVER HARE Award for special achievements in creating a film on art at International Festival Temps D´Images (Films On Art) Lisbon 2015.

    Festivals: International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam 2015 (NL), Nordic Filmdays Lübeck 2015, Film Festival Cottbus Festival Of East European Cinema 2015, International Festival for Documentary and Animation Film DOK LEIPZIG 2015, International Documentary Film Festival CinéDOC Tbilisi 2015, Yerevan International Film Festival Golden Apricot 2015 (AM), Krakow Film Festival 2015, SCANORAMA European Film Forum Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda & Šiauliai 2015

  • Granny's Dancing On The Table

    (Sweden 2015), Hanna Sköld

    Producer Helene Granqvist, Nordic Factory.

    Developed through Sources 2 with Ruth McCance.

    ARTE’s Power to the Pixel Pitch Prize (2010)
    MEDIA European Talent Prize for best script in Cannes  (2011)
    MEDEA’s Co-production Prize 
    World premiere at Toronto International Filmfestival 2015, selected for San Sebastian International Filmfestival 2015 / Competition New Directors.
    Nomination for Dragon Award Best Nordic Film at Gothenburg Film Festival 2016.

  • Seven Songs For A Long Life

    (United Kingdom 2015), Amy Hardie / Sonja Henrici (documentary)

    Developed through Sources 2 with Arash T. Riahi.

    Hospice Care Week 2015 - screenings in hospices across the UK
    Gather Film Festival 2016.

  • Wild Women – Gentle Beasts

    (Switzerland 2015), Anka Schmid (documentary)
    Producer Franziska Reck, Reck Filmproduktion.
    Developed through Sources 2 with Michael Seeber.

    Festivals: Locarno International Film Festival 2014, Hof International Filmdays 2015, Artdocfest Moscow 2015, Dharamsala International Film Festival 2015, Biberach Film Festival 2015, Festival Visions du Réel Nyon 2015, French Helvetian Film Festival Bienne 2015. 

  • The Closer We Get

    (United Kingdom 2015), Karen Guthrie / Nina Pope (documentary)

    Developed through Sources 2 with Gualberto Ferrari.

    Awarded Best International Feature at Hot Docs 2015.
    Nomination for Best Documentary Feature Film at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015, Galway Film Fleadh 2015, RIFF Reykjavik International Film Festival 2015, Chicago International Film Festival 2015, Dunoon Film Festival 2015, Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival 2015, Luminate Festival 2015, Women Make Waves Festival  2015, Antenna Film Festival  Sydney, Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival  Glasgow 2015, Best UK Film Award, Open City Documentary Festival London 2015.

  • Game Over

    (Spain/Germany 2015), Alba Sotorra Clua (documentary)

    Producers: Gaia Audiovisuals & Promarfi Futuro 2010, Spain
    and Sources 2 alumno Dirk Manthey/Dirk Manthey Films ug, Germany
    Developed through Sources 2 with Michael Seeber.

    DocsBarcelona New Talent Award 2015

    Malaga Spanish Film Festival 2015, International Documentary Festival DOCUMENTA Madrid 2015, Documentary Film Festival Alcances Cadiz 2015, Nomination for Best Documentary at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2015,
    Nomination for Best Documentary Award (Gaudi Prize), Acadamy of Catalan Cinema 2015.


  • Monsterman

    (Finland 2014), Antti Haase / Venla Hellstadt (documentary)

    Premiered at the 27th Helsinki International Film Festival. Produced by Venla Hellstadt, Illume. Developed through Sources 2 with Ulla Simonen.

  • South to North

    (France 2014), Antoine Boutet / Patrice Nézan (documentary)

    Premiered at Festival del Film Locarno 2014. Presented at DocPoint, Helsinki 2015. Produced by Patrice Nézan and Laurent Versini, Les Films du Present. Developed through Sources 2 with Ulla Simonen.

  • Marienborn

    (Netherlands 2014), Sabine König (documentary)

    Premiere at the Netherlands Film Festival Utrecht Produced by Zuidenwind Filmprodukties. Developed through Sources 2 with Michael Seeber.

  • Afterlife

    (Hungary 2014), Virág Zomborácz / Ferenc Pusztai, KMH Film
    Coproduction with Rinkel Film B.V. (NL).
    Developed through Sources 2 with Louise Gough.

    MEDIA European Talent Prize for best script in Cannes  (2011).
    World premiere in Karlovy Vary 2014, opening East of the West competition.

  • Je te survivrais

    (France 2014), Sylvestre Sbille / André Logie, Panache Productions

    Official selection, Festival International du Film de Comédie L'Alpe d'Huez 2014. Theatrical release 28 May 2014 in Belgium and France. Developed through Sources 2 with Gaby Prekop.

  • Tough Cookies

    (Austria 2014), Ruth Kaaserer (documentary)

    Developed through Sources with David Wingate.

  • Time and Time and Again

    (Iceland 2013), Ragnheiður Gestsdóttir / Markús Þór Andrésson (documentary)

    Starring Kati Outinen. Produced by Hlín Jóhannesdóttir / LoFi Productions and Sources 2 alumno Sami Jahnukainen / Mouka Filmi. Developed through Sources 2 with Ulla Simonen.

    International premiere at DocPoint Helsinki, selected for CPH:DOX / Nordic:Dox Award 2014.

  • Macondo

    (Austria 2013), Sudabeh Mortezai / Oliver Neumann

    Backed by the Austrian Film Institute. Vienna Film Fund, ORF and FISA. Produced by Oliver Neumann, Freibeuter Film. Worldsales: FilmsBoutique 
    Developed through Sources with Louise Gough.

    Won the Cineuropa prize and was awarded for the best script at the Festival del Cinema Europeo in Lecce! Awarded at Diagonale Graz 2014: Thomas Pluch Award / Special Prize of the Jury ‘Best Script’. Premiered in the Competiton of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.

  • Freak Out! the alternative movement begins

    (Sweden 2013), Fredrik Lange

    Writers: David Wingate / Carl Javér
    Director: Carl Javér
    Producer: Fredrik Lange

    Nominated for the Dragon Award Best Nordic Documentary and the Angelo Award at the 2014 Göteborg International Film Festival. A documentary developed through Sources 2 with David Wingate.

  • Bitter Lemons

    (Switzerland 2013), Adnan Hadzi (documentary)

    World premiere at Solothurner Filmtage 2014. By Adnan Hadzi and Lennaart Van Oldenborgh, H+O Films GmbH. Developed through Sources 2 with Rolf Orthel.


  • The Dream of Britannia

    (Norway 2013), Ann Coates (documentary)

    Developed through Sources 2 with David Wingate.

    Released at the Northern Character Film & TV Festival in Murmansk in November 2013.

  • Flowers from the Mount of Olives

    (Estonia 2013), Heilikka Pikkov (documentary)

    Premio Zonta Club Locarno awarded to the Estonian documentary Flowers from the Mount of Olives by Heilikka Pikkov after its world premiere at the Semaine de la Critique section of the 66th Locarno Film Festival. Heilikka developed the film through the Sources 2 workshop at FilmCamp 2011 with adviser Michael Seeber.

  • Living images

    (Estonia 2013), written by Peep Pedmanson, directed by Hardi Volmer

    Developed through Sources 2 with Louise Gough.

    Box office hit in Estonia 2013!

  • The 727 Days Without Karamo

    (Austria 2013), Anja Salomonowitz / Karin Berghammer (documentary)

    Production: Amour Fou

    Developed with adviser David Wingate during the 2009 Sources 2 workshop in Graz/Austria.

    Worldpremiere at Berlinale 2013, section Forum.

    "An Austrian woman has been forced to live alone with her children ever since her husband Karamo was deported to Africa. A man tries to instil hope in his Chinese wife that she will soon be allowed to return to Vienna. Others talk of the long wait for residence permits, of struggles with forms and offices, of German courses, income statements and domestic spot checks by the police which infer that their marriage is a sham. The complicated, state regulated reality experienced by various bi-national couples forms the basis for this formally unusual political documentary."

  • Cello Tales

    (Luxembourg 2013), Anne Schiltz / Anne Schroeder (documentary)

    Production: Samsa Film. Supported by Film Fund Luxembourg.

    Developed through Sources 2 with David Wingate and Rolf Orthel.


  • Domestic

    (Romania 2012), Adrian Sitaru

  • Congo 1961

    (Ireland 2012), Brendan Culleton / Irina Maldea (documentary)

  • Mussels in Love

    (Netherlands 2012), Willemiek Kluijfhout / Reinette van de Stadt

  • El Rey

    (Austria 2012), Stefan Lechner (documentary)

    Writer/director: Stefan Lechner

    Production: major tune

    Developed with adviser David Wingate during the 2009 Sources 2 workshop in Girona/Spain.

    Premiered at the 3rd World Indie Film Festival San Francisco/US 2012, won the award Best Feature Documentary. Presented at the Boston Latino IFF.

    Two Austrian friends and band mates embark on a musical adventure through Latin America, to experience the local culture and people through music.

    Concert on occasion of the European premiere within the Sources 2 Workshop in Graz, November 2012.

  • Miss Blue Jeans

    (Finland 2012), Matti Kinnunen / Outi Rousu

    Writer/director: Matti Kinnunen
    Producer: Outi Rousu, Periferia Films 

    Developed with adviser Gabriel Auer during the 2008 Sources 2 workshop in Wicklow/Ireland.

    Theatrical release in Finland in August 2012.

    A feature drama based on the novel Miss Blue Jeans Finland (2003) by the author and indie rock musician Kauko Röyhkä, an exquisite and perceptive story about the arrival of punk in a small northern Finnish town in the late 70s.

  • Forgotten

    (Germany 2012), Alex Schmidt / Yildiz Özcan

    Producer: Yildiz Özcan Wüste Film Ost

    Developed with adviser David Wingate during the 2008 Sources 2 workshop in Potsdam/Germany.

    Premiered in August 2012 at the 69th Venice International Film Festival (out of competition).

    During a vacation on an island two friends from childhood are haunted by the ghosts of their past.

  • Demons

    (Estonia 2012), Ain Mäeots / Toomas Tilk

  • Vanishing Waves

    (Lithuania 2012), Kristina Buozyte / Bruno Samper

    Director: Kristina Buožytė
    Writers: Kristina Buožytė and Bruno Samper
    Production: Tremora, Acajou Films, Les Films 2 Cinema

    Developed with adviser Gabriel Auer during the 2009 Sources 2 workshop in Girona/Spain.

    Awarded four prizes in competition/ at the Fantastic Fest in Austin/US (Best Picture, Best Director Best Screenplay, Best Actress for Jurga Jutaite). Other awards include the Jury Special Mention at the 47th Karlovy Vary Film Festival, the Jury Award at the Neuchatel International Fantastic Film Festival, The Jury Award at the Palic International Film Festival, the Emeric Pressburger Prize at the 9th Jameson CineFest in Hungary and the Méliès d’Argent prize at the Lund Film Festival in Sweden. Presented in the official selection of Montreal Word Cinema Film Festival, Helsinki Love & Anarchy, Busan IFF, Kaohsiung Taiwan IFF and Sitges IFF.

    Have you ever dreamed of being inside the head of another person? Have you ever wished to experience the ideal relationship, where two minds come into total fusion?

  • A Lady in Paris

    (Estonia 2012), Ilmar Raag

    Production: TS Productions, Amrion Productions and La Parti Production
    World Sales: Pyramide International

    Developed with adviser Colin Tucker during the 2004 Sources 2 workshop in Riga/Latvia.

    Premiered in August 2012 at the Festival del Film Locarno, awarded the Ecumenical Prize.

    Anne leaves Estonia to come to Paris to look after Frida (Jeanne Moreau), an elderly Estonian who has lived in France for many years. But when she arrives, Anne realises that she is not wanted. Frida’s only desire in life is attention from her former young lover Stéphane. As for Stéphane, the only thing he wants is for Anne to stay and look after the old woman, even if it is against her will. Caught up in a conflict not of her making, Anne eventually finds her own way forward.


  • Off The Beaten Track

    (Romania/Ireland 2011), Dieter Auner (documentary)

  • Der Prozess – §278a

    (Austria 2011), Igor G. Hauzenberger (documentary)

  • Little Heaven

    (Belgium 2011), Lieven Corthouts (documentary)

  • Earthbound

    (Ireland/Denmark 2011), Alan Brennan / Heidi Karin Madsen

  • Operation Bikini – Battlefields of Beauty

    (Germany 2011), Tatjana Turanskyj / Irene Höfer (documentary)

  • Congo - An Irish Affair

    (Ireland 2012), Brendan Culleton / Irina Maldea

  • Colombianos

    (Sweden 2011), Tora Mårtens (documentary)


  • My Beloved

    (Norway 2010), Hilde Korsæth / John Arvid Berger (documentary)

  • My Queen Karo

    (Belgium 2010), Dorothée van den Berghe

  • Night Shifts

    (Austria 2010), Ivette Löcker (documentary)

  • Oxygen

    (Belgium 2010), Hans van Nuffel

  • Adrienn Pál

    (Hungary 2010), Andrea Roberti / Ágnes Kocsis

  • Anarchy in Žirmunai

    (Lithuania 2010), Saulius Drunga

  • Dear Alice

    (Sweden 2010), Othman Karim / Malin Holmberg-Karim

  • The Snow Queen

    (Estonia 2010), Marko Raat

  • Indian Summer

    (Norway 2010), Ellen Ugelstad (documentary)


  • Aftermath, the Second Flood

    (Austria/German/Ireland 2009-2014), Raphael Barth (documentary)

  • The House in the Park

    (Switzerland 2009), Hercli Bundi (documentary)

  • Home is not at Home

    (Austria 2009), Julia Laggner (documentary)

  • Madly in Love

    (Switzerland 2009), Eva Vitija / Anna Luif

  • The Good Capitalist

    (Norway 2009), Line Hatland / KriStine Ann Skaret (documentary)

  • Arctic Fence

    (Norway 2009), Karl-Emil Rikardsen (documentary)

  • Dirty Mind

    (Belgium 2009), Pieter van Hees

  • The Hunt

    (Latvia 2009), Elvita Ruka / Guntis Trekteris


  • 9 Minutes Bananas

    (Sweden 2008), Staffan Nygren (documentary)

  • Paradiso

    (United Kingdom/NI 2008), Alessandro Negrini (documentary)

  • Sisters Apart / Indigo

    (Finland 2008), Hanna Maylett / Tarja Kylmä

  • My Future

    (Belgium 2008), Lieven Corthouts (documentary)

  • Big John

    (Norway 2008), Bjørn-Erik Hanssen (documentary)

  • For a Moment Freedom

    (Austria 2008), Arash T. Riahi

  • Better Things

    (United Kingdom 2008), Duane Hopkins / Samm Haillay

  • Left Bank

    (Belgium 2008), Pieter van Hees

  • The Tower

    (Sweden 2008), Maria Söderberg (documentary)


  • Girls

    (Norway 2007), Hanne Myren (documentary)

  • Corridor #8

    (Bulgaria 2007), Boris Despodov (documentary)

  • Made Up Memories

    (Argentina/Spain 2007), Diego Sabanés

  • Megumi

    (Netherlands 2007), Mirjam van Veelen (documentary)

  • Absurdistan

    (Germany 2007), Veit Helmer

  • Micha Klein, Speeding on the Virtual Highway

    (Netherlands 2007), Corinne van Egeraat (documentary)

  • Tres Pesos

    (United Kingdom 2007), Ruth Cross / Michael David Clements (documentary)

  • The Other Possibility

    (United Kingdom 2007), Peter Dillon / Ashley Horner

  • The Beast Within

    (Switzerland 2007), Yves Scagliola (documentary)

  • Vanished (Out of Sight, Out of Mind)

    (Norway 2007), Tor Arne Bjerke (documentary)

  • Alone, Together

    (Finland 2007), Annika Grof / Janina Kokkonen (documentary)

  • From Vardø, With Love

    (Norway 2007), Hilde Korsæth / Dmitry Ischenko (documentary)

  • Artscape Nordland

    (Norway 2007), Eva Charlotte Nielsen (documentary)


  • Dark Deer

    (Latvia 2006), Viesturs Kairiss

  • The Moon on the Snow

    (Switzerland 2006), Pilar Anguita-Mackay

  • Porno!Melo!Drama!

    (Germany 2006), Heesook Sohn

  • Exile Family Movie

    (Austria 2006), Arash T. Riahi (documentary)


  • Short Order

    (Ireland/Germany 2005), Anthony Byrne / Brian Willis

  • Feel Free

    (Norway 2005), Knut Klæbo (documentary)

  • The Last Trip

    (Sweden 2005), Henrik Wallgren


  • Nobody Mingles with Nothingness

    (Austria 2004), Johanna Tschautscher / Géza Horvàt (documentary)

  • Welcome Home

    (Austria/Germany 2004), Andreas Gruber

  • For the Living and the Dead

    (Finland 2004), Kari Paljakka

  • Who the Hell is Bonny and Clyde?

    (Hungary 2004), Krisztina Esztergalyos

  • Falling Beauty

    (Sweden/Norway 2004), Lena Hanno Clyne / Anne-Marie Söhrman Fermelin

  • Mela

    (United Kingdom 2004), Dwynwen Berry

  • Mojave

    (Netherlands 2004), Chris Teerink (documentary)

  • The Revolution of Pigs

    (Estonia 2004), Jaak Kilmi / René Reinumägi

  • Making Waves

    (Netherlands 2004), Jetske Spanjer


  • The Souvenirs of Mr X

    (Austria/Germany 2003), Arash T. Riahi (documentary)

  • Our Summer

    (Finland 2003), Mika Ronkainen (documentary)

  • Ladies’ Choice

    (Germany/Netherlands 2003), Annette Otto (documentary)

  • Montecarlo!

    (Hungary 2003), Gábor Fischer

  • Sea of Silence

    (Belgium/Denmark/Germany/Netherlands 2003), Jacqueline Epskamp

  • Loverboy

     (Netherlands 2003), Jacqueline Epskamp

  • Baby

    (Denmark 2003), Linda Wendel


  • Gate to Heaven

    (Germany 2002), Veit Helmer


  • Ciao America

    (Italy 2001), Joe Ciota

  • Low Flying Aircraft

    (Sweden/Portugal 2001), Solveig Nordlund

  • Ikarus

    (Austria 2001), Agnes Pluch / Bernhard Weirather

  • Julie’s Spirit

    (Germany/Italy/Switzerland/United Kingdom 2001), Bettina Wilhelm / Jane Corbett

  • Lena

    (Spain/Portugal 2001), Gonzalo Tapía

  • Tricky Life

    (Belgium/Spain/Cuba 2001), Beatriz Flores Silva


  • Do Not Go Gentle

    (United Kingdom 2000), Emlyn Williams

  • Before the Storm

    (Denmark/Norway/Sweden 2000), Mikael Bengtsson / Reza Parsa

  • Flick

    (Ireland 2000), Fintan Connolly


  • The Pink House

    (France 1999), Joana Hadjithomas / Khalil Joreige

  • Dreaming of Joseph Lees

    (United Kingdom 1999), Catherine Linstrum


  • Abel – The Flying Liftboy

    (Netherlands 1998), Burny Bos / Ben Sombogaart

  • Piel de Cactus

    (Spain 1998), Alberto Omar Walls / Aurelio Carnero

  • Man, Wife, Dog

    (Netherlands 1998), Olivier Nilsson-Julien / Nicole van Kilsdonk

  • True Moments

    (Sweden 1998), Anders Wahlgren

  • The Red Dwarf

    (Belgium 1998), Yvan le Moine


  • Burnt by Frost

    (Norway 1997), Knut Erik Jensen

  • Comédia Infantil

    (Sweden/Portugal 1997), Solveig Nordlund

  • The Man in Grey

    (Greece 1997), Pericles Hoursoglou

  • In My Father’s House

    (Netherlands 1997), Fatima Ouazzani

  • The Cloud Factory

    (Netherlands 1997), Arthur Japin / Ineke Smits

  • The White Owl

    (United Kingdom 1997), Angharad Jones


  • Maja Stoneface

    (Norway 1996), Elsa Kvamme

  • Three Seasons

    (Greece 1996), Maria Iliou

  • La Sicilia

    (Belgium 1996), Dirk Chauvaux

  • Laura and Lena

    (Netherlands 1996), Robert Wiering


  • Bittersweet

    (Finland 1995), Laura Ruohonen

  • Old Bones Don’t Break

    (Netherlands 1995), Scato van Opstall

  • Keys

    (Netherlands 1995), Vonne van der Meer

  • Short Story about Knitting

    (United Kingdom 1995), Suzie Smith