What Time Is It? visualizes several questions about memory and identity. It touches the borders of fiction and reality. The film asks questions about who we are. What makes us who we are, if we cannot share our memories anymore with the ones with whom we experienced them?
When The Butcher Stopped Ordering Meat
Michael Quirke has been running an open wood carving workshop for over fifty years. We spend a day with him to learn about his unusual life
Where Have The Flowers Gone?
A pig pursues his dream in the big factory but in reality all his efforts are fruitless and he begins to comtemplate suicide.
Whoever Was Using This Bed
A married couple is woken in the dead of night by a mysterious phone call. Unable to sleep, they are drawn into an unsettling examination of their fears and desires.
Would You Like Some Toast?
Mark’s job interview falls to pieces when the Boss tells him to forget about boring office work, and to get out there and live his dreams! But Mark’s only passions are making spreadsheets and getting to bed at a reasonable hour.
You Deserve Everything
A doctor's tentative romance with the hospital's Arabic interpreter is evolving into something deeper. But everything is not as it seems.
“ Pick up a camera. Shoot something. No matter how small, no matter how cheesy, no matter whether your friends and your sister star in it. Put your name on it as director. Now you’re a director. Everything after that you’re just negotiating your budget and your fee. ”- James Cameron
“ If there’s specific resistance to women making movies, I just choose to ignore that as an obstacle for two reasons: I can’t change my gender, and I refuse to stop making movies ”- Kathryn Bigelow
“ To be a film-maker, you have to lead. You have to be psychotic in your desire to do something. People always like the easy route. You have to push very hard to get something unusual, something different. ”- Danny Boyle
“ Don’t give up. You’re going to get kicked in the teeth. A lot. Learn to take a hit, then pick yourself up off the floor. Resilience is the true key to success. ”- Melissa Rosenberg